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Keith O'Kane
Nicey replies: Seasons greetings to you too Keith,

Nice to hear from you and to know that you are helping out your fellow man at this time of year.

We have just had our Christmas Dinner, which traditionally Wifey and I have on Christmas Eve evening (Its a long story and not terribly interesting, but we do and that's the way we like it). It gives us lots of time to play with our presents on Christmas day. However, I'm having to sit a little bit further away from the keyboard that usual. The younger members of staff have knocked off early for the day, in some rouse to make Santa come along quicker, and I have an important bottle of vintage port that requires my attention.

Once again Merry Christmas

From Nicey, Wifey and the YMOS.

Peter Hartley
Nicey replies: Good work Hartley the Elder,

I did go through a short phase of making my own Stollens about four years ago but the dough is so rich I found it tricky to get it to rise nicely. I may have another go now I have a mighty food mixer. Logic dictates that Lidls should do a good one and my Dad always used to get one of theirs. A nice bit of rum in a stollen and brushed over is very festive too. We also had a Bahlsen one a while back and that was very Rum laden.

I now have a big stollen head on.

Nicky Bramley
Nicey replies: Hoorah for your Old Man!

That sounds top notch. I love all these food based Christmas family traditions, they are the real fabric of Christmas to me.

We watched Nigella last night go through all of hers. Whilst it is was exciting to see the McVities Ginger Cake go into her stuffing I'm not all sure I fancied the result, bacon, onions, apple and ginger cake - hmmm not keen. Then again we couldn't help thinking of Kerry Katona who is going to be shoving stuff straight from the freezer into her oven. Mind you she always seems to have a huge spread in those adverts so perhaps next year she could have Nigella and the rest Saatchis round, and save Nigella going to all that effort.

Seasons greetings to you and yours!

Julia Ward
Nicey replies: Julia,

That's funny my sister almost had your name after she re-married. Your names are a bit like some grand celestial alignment that is drawing to an end. Mind you that's as nothing to Wifey's name which changed into my mother's when we married. If that does reveal anything about me, it should be that I was prepared to pursue our blossoming relationship in spite of that potential scenario.

Anyhow well done on the people training, its much more subtle than my technique of just being a bit abrupt and rude to them. It must have required great self discipline on your part. I also heartily approve of a tea colour chart based on rodents. I would probably need to refer to the colour of various school desk tops in my life in-order to gauge tea strength, which is obviously not as immediately handy as a metric built around small furry pets.

Hope you have recovered from your mince pie and that your wedding day isn't clouded by thoughts of your name now not being as similar as it once was to some random blokes sister off the internet.

Katie Drummond

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Nicey replies: Yes you're not the only one to take me to task on this. It's Wifey who usually does the dunking at NCOTAASD HQ and given that there was only 12 in the pack I don't think I sent enough her way to make feel like a casual dunk.