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James Fussell
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Nicey replies: Sound points there Jim. Baking stuff in your hands would almost certainly lead to very a serious burns injury.

On a similar note things that proclaim themselves to be homemade when they are plainly produced in Industrial proportions always get me wondering. Do they have a vast network of homes in which their products are made, involving an exhaustive series of deliveries of raw materials and collection of the finished goods? Or perhaps somebody actually has to reside at the factory premises in order for it to be a home and therefore be able to produce homemade goods?

Oliver Harris
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Nicey replies: Oliver, SIR,

You are entitled to your own opinion.

Tom Davies
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Nicey replies: Actually for a children's party I would advocate Cadburys Chocolate Fingers and Custard Creams.

Hovis biscuits are simply digestives, but I do agree with you that they are not good with cheese although some people do like them that way. I fail to see why they single out the digestive to join the crackers on cheese duty. If its a sweet biscuit that is needed rather than a savory cracker then why not pop in a few Lincolns or maybe an Abbey Crunch!

Paula Brockhurst
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Nicey replies: Sound advice Paula, I know the Wife would agree with you on the whole tea/staying in bed thing.

Penelope Reid
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