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David Storey

Wagon Wheel Review
Nicey replies: Splendid,

I can see how that would have been a formative moment in your life. As for Wagon Wheels we had the definitive answer on that a few weeks ago from regular guru 'Biscuit Man'. They did actually get ever-ever so slightly smaller in the 80's when their production site was changed, but thats it. All the rest is down to you getting bigger.

John Clark
FruitSeek you the Grail

Nicey replies: As you seem to have a similar palette to a dog perhaps you should give dog biscuits a go. I know lots of people who used to eat their dog's biscuits. Other than that try oat cakes.

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.

Liz  Barwell

Sainsbury's Lemon Thin Review
Nicey replies: Butter Osbornes haven't been made in ages and ages. However you might want to try a Foxs' Butter Tea, its not the same but its playing to the same audience.

As for Sainsbury's Lemon Thins we reviewed them a while back, they are full of commute you know.