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Nicey replies: No that is of course a famous tin in the biscuit world. Biscuit Man! knows all about it and might even be able to get us a picture, I'll give him a shout.

Jenny Hughes
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Nicey replies: That really is a lovely kitchen, and so well equipped for sit downs, as well as the tempting homemade Welsh produce. I think the Wife has got a bad case kitchen envy as she is setting about ours with all sorts of machines and chemicals, as I type this.

We'll definitely look you up on our next trip to Ponty, and do a special report on your kitchen.

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Nicey replies: Yay for your Nan's biscuit barrel. We love stuff like that. Of course my Nan introduced me to Abbey Crunch, but she also insisted on buying Safeway Petit Beurre biscuits which sort of passed me by a bit.

BN Happy Faces are still around, check out their modern incarnation as Penguin Splatz, not jam but cream instead.

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Nicey replies: Yay Peter,

Thanks for the Lidl tip off, we have one about 20 miles away, but my Mum who lives in South Wales has one dead near by so we raid that whenever we are there.