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Huw Wyn Busgut

Tregroes Toffee Waffles Review
Nicey replies: You are of course right about the splitting down the middle thing, thanks for pointing that out.

Trina Fitzalan-Howard

Oreo Review
Nicey replies: Well Oreos are obviously doing something right, given the amount they sell and the armies of Oreo clones around the globe from other manufacturers. I just think the fact UK market hasn't responded to the Oreo thus far is not because we haven't had a advert telling us how we apparently should be eating them. If anything now that we do have such a 'helpful' advert its just likely to make us more determined when passing them over. Also unless they have revised their pricing significantly then I think they are a bit out of touch there too.

Recently on a visit to the Imperial War Museum I read a war time orientation leaflet issued to US servicemen who were being stationed in the UK. It was full of helpful stuff such as how we call gas petrol and bars pubs and so on. Alas it didn't have a page on cookie / biscuit orientation.

World of BiscuitsSeek you the Grail
Nicey replies: Ian,

I have to cast my mind back to the very early 1970's for my memories of Banjos so I would have been six or seven then. I do remember that the cross section was very square, that the wafer was very light and quite deep with not many layers and that there was a layer of caramel on top with nutty bits in. Also there were two wafers per pack.

Now your German Banjos seem to match this memory in every detail, plus they are made by global food giant Masterfoods, who are well known for Twix, Mars, Maltesers, Milky Way and so on. So it seems that you have indeed found the Banjo's of old safe and well in Germany. This is very exciting news and could dictate our plans this summer as team NOCTAASD forages around on continental Europe.

j ac

Dad's Cookies Review
Nicey replies: Thanks for sharing that brush with biscuit celebrities with us.

Larry Koch

Khong Guan creamy chocolate biscuits Review
Nicey replies: Thanks Larry,

I think the basic nub of what you are saying is that we managed to try the really grotty ones.