I don't have anything inspiring to say about these biscuits. I'm not sure anyone ever has anything inspiring to say about biscuits. What I will say is that - as with all things, as I am fast learning - it is so much easier to make delicious biscuits than you think. I am really trying to get over my idea of what baked goods will be a lot of faff, and therefore not worth making (compared to, say, brownies which are both quick and delicious). The crunchy, crumbly texture of these biscuits is definitely worth the effort and actually it doesn't take too long to knock these up and stick them in the biscuit tin. A little bit of crystallised ginger adds a welcome warmth to the buttery biscuit, and they go very well with a cup of tea. You can't ask much more from a biscuit than that, can you?