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Cracker

A slang term in Hong Kong for $10,000. See also: Hong Kong dollar, Big cracker.
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6 7 5 FESTIVE FRANGIPANI CRACKER PS15 each, Elemis GIVE the festive season a floral feel with the Elemis Frangipani cracker, which comes with a generously-sized shower cream and body oil, both scented with the divine tropical aroma.
It's the bang, joke and hat that are vital when it comes to Christmas crackers.
Whole-grain flours and other high-quality ingredients, such as seeds and extra-virgin olive oil, also pack more vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants into crackers.
Cookie and cracker offerings tend to be somewhat one-dimensional," Gilbert says.
Until last year, Nitish- brand crackers were sold like hot cakes in Diwali but this time it is Modi all the way," he said.
Crackers stored in the safe are the Safe crackers as opposed to the Shipped or Shelf crackers, or the crackers baking in the kitchen.
Like ordinary crackers, cracker chips vary from 100 percent whole grain (Wheat Thins Toasted Chips) to about 50 percent (Pepperidge Farm Cracker Chips) to 0 percent (Ritz Toasted Chips).
Mary's Gone Crackers are minimally processed and full of whole grains and seeds.
But don't just wait for the new pate to get your crackers on the demo table; try offering cracker samples by themselves.
Nabisco also offers limited-edition Honey Maid Gingerbread Graham Crackers in 14.