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Biscuit is a small baked product; the exact meaning varies markedly in different parts of the world.

Biscuit, The Biscuit, or Biscuits may also refer to:

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FoodEdit

  • Biscuit (bread) (in North America), a small round of leavened quick bread that is tender, moist, and thick
  • Beaten biscuit, a hard variety of North America biscuit, similar to hardtack
  • Biscotti, Italian biscuits
  • Bisquick a baking mix originally intended to use for making biscuits quickly
  • Cookie, a small, round, crisp, dry, and flat piece of flour confectionery
  • Cracker (food), a crisp, dry, thin, and savory flour wafer
  • Dog biscuit, a hard, dry cracker that is a type of dog food
  • Hardtack, a simple dough made from flour, water, and salt

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  • Biscuit (game), a drinking game originating in France using a pair of standard dice

Other usesEdit

  • Biscuit (pottery), a ceramic that has been fired but not glazed, similar to bisque
  • Biscuit, a mattress, mat, or pad, usually placed atop a bed
  • BSCT, pronounced "biscuit", Behavioral Science Consultation Teams (groups of psychiatrists, other medical doctors, and psychologists who study detainees in American extrajudicial detention)
  • Biscuit Fire, a 2002 wildfire that took place in the Siskiyou National Forest
  • Biscuit joiner, a woodworking tool used to join two pieces of wood together
  • Biscuits, a nickname for methadone
  • Feces, particularly with the slang phrase "making a biscuit"
  • Kneading (cats), an activity common to all domestic cats that is sometimes referred to with the slang phrase "making biscuits"
  • Montgomery Biscuits, a minor league baseball team
  • National Biscuit Company, or Nabisco for short
  • The Biscuit, a card carried at all times by the current U.S. President containing the Gold Codes, the authorization codes needed to launch nuclear weapons

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