Carr's Table Water Crackers With Toasted Sesame Seeds
Baked with toasted sesame seeds. City of Carlisle, Carr's Biscuit Manufacturers since 1831. Open sesame! Sesame is one of the world's oldest spices. In ancient times, sesame seeds were used to make wine by Assyrians, eaten plain as energy-giving combat rations by Greeks, and regarded as symbols of immortality by Hindus. Sesame seeds have a nutty flavor. This is enhanced by toasting, giving them a delicate, almond-like taste and aroma. Carr's Table Water Crackers with Toasted Sesame Seeds will add a touch of elegance whenever you entertain. The story of Carr's crackers began in 1831, when Jonathan Dodgson Carr established a small bakery in Carlisle, England. The business thrived, and in 1841 it was granted a Royal Warrant by Queen Victoria. The first Carr's Table Water crackers were created by Jonathan Carr for English sea farers on their long voyages. Carr's Table Water crackers are still baked today in the proud tradition established by Jonathan Carr, using soft Cumbrian water, local wheat flour, and traditional brick ovens. Visit carrscrackers.com for information on recipes and products. Phone us at 1-877-745-9833. Write to PO Box CAMB Battle Creek, MI 49016-1986. Made in England.