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Isobel Stevenson
Nicey replies: Chocolate malted milk biscuits are terrific aren't they. Sorry did you want Kate to sort that out for next year or me?

Kate Strudwick
Pink Wafers
Nicey replies: Well my first impressions are that the Pontardawe music festival is certainly a highlight in the tea and sit down calendar if not the music one. Sue Northcott mailed us to say that she knocked up a highly successful batch of Rice Krispie Cakes (Buns if your Irish) especially for the event.

As for Pink Wafers you are right to point out this unusual tendency. Perhaps it was a peer pressure thing with the most respected artist picking them first and causing a small and localised fad.

Hiromi Miura
Japanese Black Thunder
Nicey replies: Thank you Hiromi,

It's always lovely to find out about iced biscuits from around the world, as they are not as popular as once they were here. Good to see some doing well in Japan.

Jez Turner

Malted Milk Review
Nicey replies: Good work, a very solid selection there. I had a nice sit down with the younger members of staff about 2pm too, taking a break from weeding the borders. We sheltered from the rain under the sun umbrella and all had cups of tea to wash down with the last of the French palets from holiday and couple of the BOTW.

Currently writing a new biscuit of the week which is turning into a mild rant about some of the less inspired bits of the French language.

Mrs Sarah Mint-Viscount
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Kimberley and Chocolate Kimberley Review
Nicey replies: Well yes I came to much the same conclusions in the news item I posted after the interview. Anyhow you're right the time has come for a proper Ireland icon. I'm normally fairly reticent about dishing out icons based purely on geopolitical boundries but as you all seem to have this weird rice krispie bun thing going on over there in addition to Kimberleys I think you've finally earned it (its a pity you had to mention the others as protocol dictates that they need to go up too (Also the Welsh will be after me again (...oh you left out the Kiwis))).