Dorset knob biscuits have been made for well-over 100 years by Moores of Morecombelake, a long-established biscuit-maker, founded in 1880.
The thrice-baked treats are often eaten with Blue Vinny cheese or dipped in tea or cider.
Since 2008 an underarm knob-throwing competition has normally taken place every year, but the Covid pandemic caused disruption. The next time you can compete is May 2022 at Cattistock.
There is an annual knob-eating competition. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic it went online for the first time in 2020, hosted by Dorset Tea and the Dorset Knob Festival, the virtual competition attracted over 70 entrants eager to stuff Dorset nobs down their necks.
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