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Jim Fussell
Nicey replies: It takes one or two truly woeful and tragic cups of tea to knock that plucky British optimism out you. I also think Ray Mears has a lot to answer for here as he seems to be able to conjure up most of life's necessity's using just some sticks and a bonfire, it seems reasonable that we should be able to comfortably come up with a cuppa using the resources of a hotel room, even an American one.

If there is a next trip perhaps you should camp out in shrubbry next to the car park and brew up billy can tea.

I'm sure those innovations style catalogues full of executive toys and gadgets have something that could be used to make tea in such a hostile environment.

World of BiscuitsJam
Nicey replies: I don't think that's possible. They are the sort of thing that just turn up in small local bakeries and not the places accustomed to shipping things worldwide.

They are very simple things really, you should have a go at baking your own. Here is a charming blog page I found on just that.

John Black
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Club Milk Review
Nicey replies: Indeed as I mentioned the biscuit is moulded differently from the old Liverpool built Clubs. Old style biscuits had round edge implying that they had been moulded on both faces, the new ones seem to be moulded on one side then scraped thus giving the flat bottom. This does mean that the chocolate seems to bond a bit tighter on the new ones but I still managed to bite off chunks as I mentioned. I didn't have enough of them under ideal circumstances to attempt the complete de-chocolating, but I would think it is possible.

Also the one in cross section was one of the few to make it out of Ireland. We had to leave in quite a hurry due to the weather, in fact there were floods in central Dublin the day we left. This meant that my strategic and comprehensive last big biscuit buy up didn't happen. The rather lob-sided one here made it out in the top pocket of my ruck-sack.

Kate Talbot
Pink Wafers
Nicey replies: I'm very impressed by your attention to detail, it elevates what could have simply been an average common or garden knitted plate of biscuits, with a knitted cup of tea and a knitted selection tray of biscuits and knitted cellophane pack complete with illustrations and knitted insert tray to something truly extraordinary.

As for those custard creams it seems the only coeliac biscuits worth messing with are the custard creams.

Its these same custard creams that have caused so much confusion recently leading the OED to include Custard Cream this year.

Darryl Snow

Fox's Whipped Creams Review
Nicey replies: Although I completely follow your logic they are nothing like that.