Our free-standing oven had some issues, so we baked about 65 biscuits in the benchtop turbo oven - seven in a batch. Each group only needed about 12 minutes cooking time, so swapping out trays was a bit fiddly but otherwise all worked well.
I've just checked and our Yowah fuel stove ANZAC biccies were made using smaller "trays", though we could fit several trays in the oven at once.
Once all the biccies were baked, we packed up some to take with us for a later lunch picnic.
Given the public holiday, I planned to pick up some picnic supplies at a large IGA in Boonah, en route to Lake Maroon.
Not long before departure I thought to ask Nick for some pennies. He was able to find some as well as a scrap of wood - and I printed off two-up rules from the internet. I printed off two sets of rules, cos the first set talked of three pennies which seemed like three-up, not two-up!
I'd never played before and neither had anyone else. We modified the rules a bit, so as to play at our picnic table.
No money changed hands, only buttons!
Erin wasn't keen to play, so watched our antics while doing her knitting.
Bandit didn't play either but tried hard to join in - and his noisy barking added to the hilarity!