It is a parliamentary answer, and Bloom gets a biscuit tin thrown at his head for his, shall we say, troubles.
Drop the biscuit batter by the heaping tablespoonful onto a prepared baking sheets allowing about 1- inch between mounds.
What will he actually do all day, in between going on tours of biscuit factories?
They wake you in the middle of the night, give you tea and a biscuit, and then you start your 12-hour shift.
A parliamentary answer, and he gets a biscuit tin thrown at his head for his troubles.
The other munched fiercely at the brown, uninviting bit of biscuit.
He sits up and begs with a piece of biscuit on his nose while somebody says 'Trust!'
He sat on his haunches and laughed at the audience, and pricked up his ears at the sound of a boy munching a biscuit in the pit.
Till we see what progress we make, it will be wise to take only one biscuit a day.
"Never mind about bullet holes—you go and begin makin' holes in a piece of biscuit dough," her father commanded.
respelled early 19c. from bisket (16c.), ultimately (besquite, early 14c.) from Old French bescuit (12c.), literally "twice cooked;" altered under influence of cognate Old Italian biscotto, both from Medieval Latin biscoctum, from Latin (panis) bis coctus "(bread) twice-baked;" see bis- + cook (v.). U.S. sense of "soft bun" is recorded from 1818.