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||Hello Nicey, |
I am writing to congratulate you on your illuminating biscuit reviews. I've read some responses to your pink wafer statements, and I just want you to know that I totally agree with you. Frankly, pink wafers are nasty. I hate them.
Especially the 29p for 40 variety e.g. Happy Shopper. Dipped in tea, the filling melts a bit, allowing slurpy goo fun. Then when the tea is drunk, there may be a choc sludge at the bottom.
Or split them down the middle, allowing the licking of the cream, or even the removal intact of the cream, much like the orangey-bit-ectomy performed on Jaffa Cakes.
|Nicey replies: Ace. Advanced biscuit eating skills, I think a special page might be in order,
As you say:
Smashing Orangey bit ectomy
Total Bourbon disassembly.
Total Custard Cream disassembly.
Cow-ectomy, malted milk.
Fig roll crust removal.
Chocolate Marshmallow upper choc depletion.
||We have a biscuit related question that has caused some debate in our house. It relates to the blue riband biscuit and the pronunciation there of. I am of the belief that it should be spoken "blue rib-and" with the empathise on AND Clare on the other hand believes it to be "blue riband" as in a ribbon and that you might tie in your hair if you were a girl and had long enough hair...as the expert we are putting this to you to decide. There's quite a lot riding on this [the respect of my woman] so if you could come out in my favour I would be grateful. |
Thomas & Clare
|Nicey replies: Thank you for your biscuit enquiry.
You are of course right. If they wanted people to call it blue ribbon, they would have written that on the packet.
||I have written to inform you of a Maryland Biscuit which is almost identical to the chocolate chip variety, but the chocolate has been replaced with none other than chewy little jammy things. I enjoy eating these Biscuits with a lovely warm mug of coffee, but the jammy things do tend to get stuck in the teeth.|
I think they're called Maryland Jam flavour and I would love it if you would put them on your website, to help to open peoples' eyes to the jam and biscuit combination.
||Love the site, especially the Malted Milks and the ducks. But any comment on the Jammy Dodger? |
|Nicey replies: Thanks for the mail.
Yours is the second enquiry on Jammy Dodgers today, and I do have strong opinions on the subject, so yes I will be covering them in the near future.