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Richard Funnell
Nicey replies: Perhaps it's best if you don't operate heavy machinery for a while, or drive, or make tea.

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Nicey replies: Reshmi,

Well they probably won't be keen on it but don't let that stop you. We get plenty of emails from people who dunk their toast in all sorts of configurations, buttered, jammy etc into their tea, and that's not too dissimilar. Constantly pushing at the boundaries of dunking technology is a noble pastime, and more important than ever in the twenty first century, I expect. Also the fact that your granny used to do it lends it a certain seal of approval by the older generation, toothless or not.

Joanna Jenkins

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Nicey replies: I think you're right so does, Eileen Foy and Zina Chroust who both mailed us as well.

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Nicey replies: Jim,

We often used to improvise a tray using the lid off a big biscuit tin.

There were some nice shots of the inside of the shed showing my bench covered in Fig Rolls. Just to clear one thing up Wifey occasionally thrusts a mug of tea through the door if I'm down there doing 'real' work like mending a chair or something, and she approaches down the garden path (not pictured) rather than out of the privet hedge.