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Dr. Greg James
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Nicey replies: Good grief surely such things are banned by human rights legislation.

Patrick Thornton
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Jammie Dodger Review
Nicey replies: That's a profound point you've brought up there. I've always thought the reason was two fold. First the inner pattern plays an important role in retaining the jam as it is applied in liquid form. I would like to think that Burton's have spent considerable R&D money on refining this and getting it just right, and not simply made a bit of a pattern and stuck with it unchanged for years.

Secondly the baked under surface of the biscuit is the natural surface for the final fully assembled Jammie Dodger to rest upon. This gives its most stable base and allows them to be stacked in nice little piles on plates for parties, to heights in excess of three biscuits.

Jim Fussell
Nicey replies: Jim,

Swansea isn't it. A nice pint of Felin Foel Double Dragon and tea and welsh cakes in the market whilst not ever buying lava-bread ever (well maybe once). I once had a very nice sit down in Singleton Park too.

Anyhow yes indeed greasy spoon tea policy. I'm sure that I've been to some where the tea was something that you bought into and once on-board were entitled to top ups much like coffee in an American Diner (obviously it wasn't easy for me to type that last bit). Still the main thing about the tea is you shouldn't feel it has been made especially for you, but that you are imbibing a brew that is being shared amongst the other people there in some sort of tribal fraternity. I find that's a very unique and primitive bond amongst strangers that you should all be drinking from the same pot/urn. It makes little individual pots seem somehow prudish, the individual changing cubicle of tea drinking. Perhaps its good for our tea inhibitions to guzzle down what ever we are given, in the communal tea drinking environment of a greasy spoon.

I'm sure I've completely wandered off topic by now.

Katie Drummond

HobNob Review
Nicey replies: Katie,

I think you were right to swap the Shortbread fingers for HobNobs. I hope it was the original Hobnobs, as that would have been a good choice. If you went for the chocolate ones then as you well know he might have interpreted that as a bit of a come on, or possibly worse, that you are easily parted from your cash.

You can always knock him back with pack of budget price Rich Teas, but then again that's what most builders like.

We are definitely interested in what biscuits can be successfully deployed in builders tea breaks.

George Speller
Cork Hat - Australia

Wagon Wheel Review
Nicey replies: We have heard anecdotal evidence that the initial 1950's Wagon Wheels were bigger, and so you have lent this considerable credence now. It would be interesting to know if it did have the same diameter as the primal Australian Westons Wagon Wheel that we got hold of a few years back.