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Isabel Stainsby
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Nicey replies: That is so much more impressive than fruit tea.

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Nicey replies: Washed down with some Purple Yam biscuits no doubt.

I think we'll stick to PG and Digestives.

Mrs Ann Day
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Nicey replies: Ann,

We had a discussion on this very topic not so long ago and agreed that 'slice' should be a recognised term deserving of its own circle in our mighty Venn Diagram of the baked goods world. It has the significant advantage of neatly solving the 'Flapjack dilemma' that has plagued cake biscuit taxonomy theory for years.

Of course the only problem in all of this is that I had just got the diagram looking very nice for the book and I'll have to redo it.

Peter Burgess
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Nicey replies: No I'd not heard of those DIY teabags, they sound like they could be well received by 'ALL tea bags are filled with sweepings' brigade. One such lady last Tuesday tried to tell me that those little metal ball things on chains were marvelous, that I should go to India to see how tea is really made before having an opinion on it, and that as she was a wine writer she knew a thing or two about things and I was best advised not to argue with her. I told her that we drink PG and this seemed to annoy her sufficiently.

Lisa Green
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