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Cesca and Lucy
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Nicey replies: Oh dear, this must be a very difficult time for you. Unfortunately biscuit barrels are a bit hard to come by nowadays. There are really three viable options as I see it.

1) Get a christmas Selection tins and use the left over tin.

2) Get yourselves into your local pound stretcher type shop, you'll almost certainly get some sort of bargain and if you're lucky it might have tacky pictures on it.

3) Go to a proper shop, and pay over the odds for something.

I would stay clear of the cookie jar school of design, as they tend to be too heavy for carrying around.

Jenny Noël

Iced Gems Review
Nicey replies: Excellent points on the Ice Gems, you are quite right, I was unconsciously creating a fluffy utopia where the tops and bottoms of iced gems where always attached.

As for Christmas selection tins, I had to look at 5 or 6 the other week. I liked the McVities 'Baked to Perfection' because it has a superb retro oval tin with pictures of old 1930's tins on it. The biscuits are Boasters, Hobnobs and Shortbread. I've also popped up the yuletide Holly up on the site.

Adam Baldwin
Nicey replies: Sitting down with tea.

Hoorah! for Beagle 2, being a British Space craft it should make itself a nice cuppa when it lands and a digestive or two before it starts work.

John Kirkpatrick
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Nicey replies: Well if you look at our Missing In Action section you'll see that the Royal Scot has indeed been out of action for a long long time. I maybe wrong, but I suspect that you had a Round Shortie which in your excitement mistook for the Royal Scot. Of course the Royal Scot was a a good bit thinner a typical round shortie. United Biscuits who made the Royal Scot do make lots of selections like Rover, which find their way into just this sort of situation. The tracking down of the white cream filled Bourbon from civil service meetings to a Rover selection confirms this.

Kevin Sowerby
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