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John E Noir
CakeFruitCheese please
Nicey replies: I think my thoughts on this is that it's a Yorkshire thing that I have no direct experience of. It has been mentioned before but always in the context of Yorkshire-ness. Mind you I do imagine that Caerphilly cheese would work too.

We visited Caerphilly in May on a rainy day to see the excellent castle. Afterwards we had a spot of lunch in the town but couldn't find any Cearphilly cheese for sale which was a bit of a blow.

Here's a picture of the castle not the cheese

James Huckett
Cheese please
Nicey replies: It's a 'tuc' biscuit (actually a cracker really).

The strap line is 'TUC in', so it seems pretty wrong to 'T.U.C. in' even more wrong to 'Trades Union Congress in'.

Not quite sure what it stands for but I always thought it was evoking links with either tuckshops or Frier Tuck.

Jon Barry Coldwell
The FrenchCheese please
Nicey replies: Jacob's UK business was acquired by United Biscuits over a year ago. We recently purchased Bath Oliver's in Sainsbury's and Waitrose, I've also seen them in Budgens and some independent stores. If they have taken the step of ceasing production then this must have happened very recently indeed, and it would be a huge pity.

Lindsey Dodd
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Fruit Shortcake Review
Nicey replies: Maybe McVities should inject some gritty realism into their 'Crumbs' TV campaign to show people flicking crumbs about then suffering terrible elbow lesions as the lean on them.

As for the role of tea with toast and fry ups we often discuss such matters, behold the might of our toast icon, which can also be accompanied by the cheese icon.