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Maggie Schofield
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Griffins Sultana Pasties Review
Nicey replies: Sultana pasties, follow the link to our review.

Patrick Grabham
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Nicey replies: Well in the quasi democracy that is NiceCupOfTeaAndASitDown we defend peoples right to drink their tea and eat their biscuits in which ever way they see fit, unless of course they doing something plainly wrong. As you see we have an icon, albeit rarely used, that denotes cheese on biscuits, so that is grudging acceptance of the practice.

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Lisa Koetser
Nicey replies: Lisa,

Chocolate is always placed on the the base of the biscuit as this flat and more easily processed. However, once on there it effectively reverses the polarity of the biscuit so that the chocolate side is now considered up. Your book group is obviously a bunch of polite if somewhat conspiratorial people. I would have told you to stop mucking about and turn the biscuits the right way up before you create an unnecessary and embarrassing spectacle.