Amaretti
Aspic
Batter
Biscuit
Brioche
Cake
Carmine
Chocolate
Cochineal
Cocoa
Cognac Parfait Mixture
Colouring
Creme Patissiere
Crepes
Crust
Custard
Egg
Filling
Filo Pastry
Flavouring
Fondant
Gelatine
Ice Cream
Jam
Jelly
Licorice
Macaroons
Marmalade
Marshmallows
Mocha cream
Mosto Cotto
Nougatine
Orange Blossom Water
Pan di Spagna
Pancakes
Pastry Shell
Pie Shell
Puff Pastry
Rose Water
Salicylic Acid
savoiardi biscuit
Scotch Bits
Short Pastry
Smarties
Sponge
Swiss Roll
Tuiles
Vol-Au-Vent Cases

Biscuit

Wikipedia says that "a biscuit is a hard baked sweet or savoury product like a small, flat cake, which in North America may be called a "cookie" or "cracker". The term biscuit also applies to sandwich-type biscuits, where a layer of 'cream' or icing is sandwiched between two biscuits.

"Sweet biscuits are commonly eaten as a snack and are generally made with wheat flour or oats and sweetened with sugar or honey. Varieties may contain chocolate, fruit, jam, nuts or even be used to sandwich other fillings. There is usually a dedicated section for sweet biscuits in most UK supermarkets. In Britain, the digestive biscuit and rich tea have a strong cultural identity as the traditional accompaniment to a cup of tea, and are regularly eaten as such. Many tea drinkers "dunk" their biscuits in tea, allowing them to absorb liquid and soften slightly before consumption."

Essence
Coffee
Pepper
Butter
Cornflour
Tuna
Dates
Barley
Bouquet Garni
Sherry
Lamb
Vegemite
Coconut
Oil
Egg
Vinegar
Duck
Mayonnaise
Water
Sugar
Garlic