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Lottie Clark
Nicey replies: Simple Lottie they are little stale cakes. They may be eaten in emergencies or used in trifles as you point out, although I favour the dedicated trifle sponge in this regard. The packs always suggest loads of other uses for them but then they would. I expect they would be good for making small edible log cabins.

Don't worry about the Herbal tea thing, they all be back for proper tea once the novelty wears off.

Scott Schirmer
Nicey replies: Well thats a tricky one as I haven't seen the show. However a Custard tart isn't going to put up with too long in a pack so this is perhaps why our big mass produced bakers like Mr Kipling don't seem to make them. The best ones come direct from a bakery, or some of our big Supermarkets do their own brand ones where they can obviously control the shipping from bakery to store.

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Tim Tam vs Penguin Review
Nicey replies: Yes whilst we were at the Tim Tam launch Biscuit Enthusiast Mandy, valiantly volunteered to supervise the younger members of staff. For her bravery she received a pack of Double Coat Tim Tams which we liberated from Australia House.


Oreo Review
Nicey replies: Thanks for that. Actually Devon is a county, famous for dairy products, milk, cream, butter and so on. Cream teas are a feature of Devon's cuisine, consisting of scones spread with jam and clotted cream and a big pot of tea, epic!

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Nicey replies: Good question. Stuff beginning with X is rocket science by definition. I have never seen Xanthan gum for sale, but I have seen it in stuff, Sunny Delight for instance as you might expect contains it (I once read the ingredients of Sunny Delight to try and figure out if it was indeed as sinister as it appears to be). Whether or not they simply added it because it begins with X and they were working through the alphabet in some kind of sick ingredient stunt or maybe it is to do with 'mouth feel' which I think is the term for industrial chemists would use when building vats of Sunny Delight. Maybe it is part of the emulsification of the vegetable oil in the solution of sugar, and chemicals which is central to the production of Sunny Delight. Perhaps it is a by product of the production of Sunny Delight, which spontaneously gives rise to stuff that begins with X, and Sunny Delight itself is presumably a by product of detergent manufacturing.

You could try Holland and Barrett.