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Andrew Clover
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Nicey replies: I've mostly seen Abbey Crunch in triple packs with along with ginger nuts and fruit shortcake for 99p in Iceland. Good hunting.

Gordon Watson
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Nicey replies: Yes that is very interesting. It shows that biscuit engineering is a vibrant and exciting science. Maybe one day you'll be a able to do an entire degree on biscuits, somewhere. I would like to come and do a guest Lecture on the Abbey Crunch, and the importance of a nice sit down, if that ever happens.

Liz W
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Nicey replies: Liz,

You'll probably be OK with loads of tins of Rover assortment, they are a bit pricey but if its a special do then its probably worth it. They are a good selection with a few bourbons, jam and cream sandwichs etc so they should keep everyone happy.

As a bonus you'll also have several thousand old biscuit tins left over to keep all your old photos, paper clips and bits of string in.

Sue Clark

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Mark Daszkiewicz
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Nicey replies: Mark,

Glad to hear that you Siobhan have come up with a biscuit rotation scheme, this very sensible, there are a lot of biscuits out there many of which are worthy of attention, Perhaps you could have a wild card for a fifth biscuit.

Now on to iced gems, they are indeed regrettable. Due to their size, taste and texture, they seem to be a more related to something that you would get from a builders merchants, such as quarter inch chippings or dry walling. I certainly would not advocate eating them not least due to the nasty sharp spikes on the icing.