Go to Tesco or Co-op, look for the gluten free stuff, see if you can find Jammy Wheels. They're a gluten free version of the jammy dodger, in a maroon packet, taste just like oatmeal blocks with a bit of jam in the middle. Lush!I'll take any Biscuits, Fruit, AB or an oatmeal block.
You potentially have a fair bit of cash there if you put them on ebay every now and again . People collect the old ones .... i know crazy ! Easy get £25 for each if them !I assume you mean the chicken and herbs rather than the beef, if you do then go to most supermarkets with an ethnic section as the polish bit has a chicken pate in a gold alloy tub that is as close as you will get. a back of crisp rolls for the biccies brown substitue and a squeezy cheese for those who remember the lil square primula tubs we had in there for a for a while.
for a duncans substitue then try supermarket or value chocolate. nobody does biscuit and raisin other than yorkie though.
I've got 39 rat packs kicking about that probably need eating as they must be at least 10 years old now - mostly chicken tikka IIRC. boilies do not go off well.
Can't provide a picture, but I remember the old boy sharing chocolate and other bits from ww2 stocks. The whole thing was in a flat tin - I was very young and he was RAFVR so whether RAF specific stuff I don't know.
Also some oatmeal biccies
My ex missus used to sell a few every now and again as I'd picked up 60 for 130 quid if memory serves then I got given a load from an afghan workup because the RQ didn;t want them back so I ended up with half a tom of light sticks and D cell batteries as well.You potentially have a fair bit of cash there if you put them on ebay every now and again . People collect the old ones .... i know crazy ! Easy get £25 for each if them !
Is my memory playing tricks or were the biscuits fruit a bit crisper than the garibaldis, and with sugar on them too?Biscuits fruit are just garibaldi's. The oatmeal block with a but of sugar was one of my favourites.
My favourite though, and i would buy them now if I could find it was the small tin of "meat paste" smeared on Biscuits brown. I don't want to know what that meat paste really was or why it did not qualify for the name pate but i loved it, thats what i ate for lunch almost every day when on ration packs.
A couple of years ago, I went into a camping shop in Amsterdam (bever on overtoom for those interested) and they had massive big bargin bins full of both biscuit browns and biscuits fruit. Original british ones but with a label stuck to them with the nutritional values in dutch.
They may still sell them, i'm down to my last packet of bb.