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Victoria Wimhurst
Nicey replies: Oi Victoria,

Actually I'm completely with you on the icing thing, Butterfly or Angel cakes what ever, but it was the Wife who put the cat amongst the pigeons saying that's what she considered to be a Fairy cake. So I thought I would do a poll to prove her wrong and so far its not going too well on the side of reason. Now I know that people are going to point our that fairies have wings also hence the name, but I still personally think its icing and something else on top, sometimes even those little edible bicycle wheel ball bearings.

Keith O'Kane
Nicey replies: Last year I visited Burton on Trent and was immensely impressed to a huge overhead pipe joining the brewery to the Marmite factory. Although it was bad of me I kept trying to imagine what a large scale industrial accident at the Marmite processing plant would be like, and if they would use industrial toast to clear it up.

Sue Northcott
Nicey replies: Sue, Sue, Sue,

Butter is a given.

Jess Mar
Nicey replies: I've always found that when in France perversely Marmite goes really well on French Bread, especially if its been toasted, it also goes well with those little slices of french toast. So using this as a guide why don't you try Vegemite on Sourdough bread or Bagels.

David Spathaky
Nicey replies: Because I finally relented only two weeks ago after nearly three years and started talking about Toast.

There is a much bigger Venn Diagram in my book this autumn which includes bread and therefore by proxy toast.