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Lincoln Review
Nicey replies: Hello Joan,

Well those are two very distinctive features yo mention. From time to time people mention a shortcake style biscuit with a raised pattern of square ridges on and I recall these too. However these were round, very much like a retooled Lincoln.

Perhaps some of our readers recall your biscuit.


Tregroes Toffee Waffles Review
Nicey replies: Hello Ian,

Indeed there is a source of authentic Stroop waffles in the UK and we reviewed them a while back. Interesting your comment about coal miners as they are made in South Wales, albeit the South West rather than the valleys. Their site has information about who stocks them and where you can get them.

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Nicey replies: We'll I've just written a bit for the Guardian on this!

Nicey replies: I'm thrilled that you bought your book at Roy's of Wroxham. When we used to go to the Norfolk broads on camping holidays in the 1970s we would occasionally visit Wroxham. My sister and I were amazed that seemingly every shop in Wroxham regardless of what it sold was a 'Roy's'. It was as if we had stumbled into a parallel world in which Roy was all powerful


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Nicey replies: Hello Hiromi,

It sounds like you had a lovely time back in Tokyo, even if you didn't get your cup of green tea at the airport..

Of course the main reason for our book being published in Japanese is so that you can read it. I've pointed this out at length to all concerned. Fingers crossed that you'll find it next time.

We have cherry trees all along our road, which have just began to blossom too. Each year they produce masses of black cherries most of which are eaten by birds or fall on to the road. This year Wifey plans to ask permission to grab a few pounds of them and turn them into her new found best drink ever, Cherry flavoured Vodka. NCOTAASD ISP Dr Borrill did this with his cherries and worked very well indeed.