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Tim Roser
Nicey replies: Hoorah for you, the kids and the dog!

We also eat lots of salad and organic vegetables (we get a big box delivered every Thursday morning). Wifey too is not fussed on custard which we see as a positive advantage as it means more for the younger members of staff and me. She very sensibly slopes off at pudding time leaving us to it, whilst she marauds around the internet sorting it out.

Mind you Wifey has taught herself how to make cakes now which she is extremely proud of.

Cooking proper puddings with your kids is something you should be proud of too, and your too Wife even if she's not keen on them.

Mark Dunlop

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Nicey replies: Good grief, the South East Asian biscuits we endured that tasted of Tomato, Melon and Yam were bad enough.


Bourbon Review
Nicey replies: Lovely work Ms Fish.

Actually if you've ever wondered how the bourbon pictured on our site met its end I fed it to one the younger members of staff.

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Tim Tam vs Penguin Review
Nicey replies: Good thinking on the photo, if only more people would take snaps of strange foreign biscuits. I'm not worried about sensible biscuits being under threat from exotics, I am however slightly concerned about biscuits with chilli in them. I think that could lead to all sorts of strange biscuits for thrill seekers such as something with Fishermans Friend flavour filling or maybe Victory Vs.

For a real tour de force of Burton's Jam and Mallow technology get some of their teacakes the combination can almost be eye watering at times.