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Andy Noname
The FrenchJaffa cakes
Nicey replies: Sure they were made by Jacobs and had a Cherry Jam filling. The white chocolate had fine lines of plain chocolate which had been raked. I haven't had one since the late 1980's so I'm not sure when they ceased production. Given that Jacobs would have been owned by Danone who also own LU who make the Pims in our multi-review one has to suspect this had something to do with it.

Adrian Clarke
Jaffa cakes
Nicey replies: We may have to wait a while for the sausage ones, or Tandoori for that matter. Custard could be made to work but I would suspect you would need a quite a large smashing custardy bit in the middle for it to be effective. Much as it pains me to say the French could probably pull this off using the Pims technology.

Hannah Brooks
Jaffa cakes
Nicey replies: Actually the whole thing looks like a disaster despite its vegan credentials, but top marks to her for even bothering and taking photos of it and making a web page and so on.

Becky and Jess Redman

Malted Milk Review
Nicey replies: Becky,

Yes indeed that is thrilling news. At first glance your biscuit does seem to be the mirror image of the big cow little cow biscuit in our archive.

There is a slight difference in the configuration of the tails and udders which might cause issues. Let it not be said that we don't live in exciting times. Actually some other people did notice this but your picture is much better! So hoorah for you.

I may be persuded to send an exclusive NCOTAASD mug for the best 3D malted milk cow presented to us in the next week or so, probably.

Kechil Kirkham
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Bakers Tennis Biscuits Review
Nicey replies: Kechil,

Thank you for that contrived excuse to go on about South African rusks. Actually there is a shop near to NCOTAASD HQ which is a well known SA food stockist and has rusks as well as Romany Creams and Tennis Biscuits.