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Carol Oliver

Jacob's Orange Club Review
Nicey replies: Yes our flask icon is intended to show some tartan action. Our new flask as seen in the last newsletter is one of those new fangled brushed metal ones but we do like it none the less. Which reminds me we really should write another newsletter.

Monika Duhig
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Weston's Wagon Wheels Review
Nicey replies: Hi Monika,

Wow sounds like the WagonWheel has really wigged out since joining Arnotts.

John E Noir

Malted Milk Review
Nicey replies: John,

I've always taken the pragmatic approach and consider the thing at the back of the cow to be its tail.

Once again your mail raises the interesting issue of exactly under what circumstances the Swiss Army would be mobilised. I've often thought that it would be some crisis that required the opening of thousands of economy tins of tomatoes and baked beans, with out those built in ring pull lids. Obviously conventional military hardware such tanks, attack helicopters or just straight forward guns, could get into the tins but they would probably spill most of the contents, requiring the Swiss to be called in. If the scenario was widened to include the sharpening of some small sticks, rewiring some 13 amp plugs and the removal of splinters then there really is only one choice.

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.

Keith O'Kane
Nicey replies: Hello Keith,

Well they are really not a million miles away from pancakes in their construction, as waffle batter is poured into waffle irons to make them. I would be tempted to treat them in a very similar way to our local Asda which places them in that space between bread and cakes which is occupied by such characters as the Malt loaf, the Lemon and raisin pancake and the Hot cross bun. Mind you on occasion its not unknown for them to leap out into the aisle in a small promotional fixture. Perhaps we need a small circle that overlaps with cakes and bread for things baked on hot surfaces, in which the waffle, crepe, flour tortilla and Welsh cake could all align themselves. I would put the waffle in the bit that overlaps with cakes as it sweet. As waffle scoffing colleague, she is clearly pulling a fast one, if she were truly serious and cared about what people thought she should switch to cream crackers.