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Bob Sheed


Garibaldi Review
Nicey replies: 1) Well the descendants of Garibaldi got in touch a while back to tell us about their project to create a website celebrating the bicentennary of Garibaldi's birth. It's very Italian but that's to be expected.

2) Ahh the joys of camping.

3) But it doesn't rhyme with Renaldo


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Garibaldi Review
Nicey replies: Not sure if we contributed to that in but in the great tradition of synchonicity that we enjoy on our site from time to time, John Carr's great great Grandson just emailed us before you! Hoorah for the internet and all who sail on her!

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Garibaldi Review
Nicey replies: Chris,

Thanks very much for getting in touch, you and your family are of course biscuit royalty.


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Garibaldi Review
Nicey replies: Nick,

Yes our best information on the Chocolate Gariballdi is that it was probably made by the now defunct south London biscuit manufacturer Chiltonian biscuits. Not only were they able to cover some in chocolate but theirs were much more moist than today's Gariballdis. When ever I'm in the presence of one of the powerful people in the biscuit world I habitually put in a plea to bring back the Chocolate Gariballdi. So far there is no sign of this happening.


Geraldine McCathy
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Garibaldi Review
Nicey replies: That's great to have the location of Sainsbury's wonderful 1970s Garibaldis tracked down. Presumably the much missed Chocolate version was made there too. I certainly remember a time when Garibaldis were a softer and the raisins a bit plumper, perhaps they were Chiltonian ones. Still it would be good to see if they could whack a bit of chocolate on a modern Gariabldi just to see what they came out like.