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Heidi Thomas

Abbey Crunch Review
Nicey replies: Heidi,

I'm thrilled you found the Abbey Crunch review engaging. We have a packet in the cupboard right now.

The lemon puffs of old were made by Jacobs I think, and were rectangular with the biscuit edge being little semi circles. The biscuit itself had a sticky glaze, and appeared a dark golden brown. Personally I never like the lemon puff, however, as you say todays lemon puffs are a sad shadow of their former self, round, pale and not at all sticky. Tescos do them but they are really quite dismal.

Dan O'Donnell
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Nicey replies: I looked them up on Google and found a sort of black list page that talked about all the wonky unannounced protiens (peanut and milk) that were in them. That made them sound dangerous in a sort of glamourous way.

Kaye McIntosh
Nicey replies: I think herbal tea is probably its own worst enemy, camomile especially, so I don't think we have to worry too much about trying to stop it.

Barry Newman
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Nicey replies: Woo, three icons for one sentance.

Brian Barratt
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Marie Review
Nicey replies: Hoorah for the atlas, its always good for a few laughs, followed closely by the telephone directory, although not so many pictures in that one.