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El Pollo Diablo
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Nicey replies: They could just remove the large amounts of Guinness from their diet, which is allegedly a good source of iron, but that would be cruel.


Tunnocks Wafer Review
Nicey replies: Oh yes its a standard 'wonder of the universe' type question, who actually eats all the Tunnocks Wafers. I made my own calculations several years ago which were heavily skewed towards the entire Scottish nation eating one approximately every 9 days, which means a pack of 8 would do a family of four for nearly three weeks. Now allowing for export, by which I mean selling them outside Scotland, and for some people who obviously are going to eat a whole packet of 8 to themselves, the figures don't look so astronomical.

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Marc Maclennan
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Nicey replies: Marc

Yes there are some biscuits which are made a bit like that, sort of quarter dipped. Of course the biscuit you choose from our archive is a Chocolate Caramel, which would be a much more technically demanding project.

Neil Whiley
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Nicey replies: I really want to remember it it but I can't, although I might remember it. Its hard to say. From the description it sounds like one of Burtons but that's a stab in the dark.