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

Keith O'Kane

Tregroes Toffee Waffles Review
Nicey replies: Keith,

You know it was a very similar set of circumstances, that is the initiation of colleagues into various biscuits that led to the setting up of NCOTAASD all those years ago. I'm sure your altruistic virtues will be shining bright too as you clear the supermarket shelves of educational biscuits.


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.

Alison Linton

Tregroes Toffee Waffles Review
Nicey replies: Alison,

Given that you are having to subsist on whatever you can lay your hands on in continental europe to go with your tea it in natural that you should seek to broaden your approach to what can usefully be classed as biscuits. We reviewed a UK built version of the Belgian Waffle as one of our biscuits of the week, so perhaps this is enough of a sanctioning for your purposes.

Actually we have just got back from Wales where they are made and where surrounded by them when we visited Caerphilly Castle (they were in the gift shop not up in the battlements).

Charlotte Young

Tregroes Toffee Waffles Review
Nicey replies: I once visited that part of Holland and due to bad planning and youthful exuberance found myself sampling mostly raw herrings with bits of onion on them in the markets, rather than stroopwaffels.