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Nicey replies: Apart from your dubious tea mangling ways you seem otherwise very well adjusted.

Actually the YMOS and I went fruit picking on Sunday at our local fruit farm which is literally the other side of the road from NCOTAASD HQ, even if it is half a mile away down that road. Having gone a bit mad on the raspberries, I juiced the excess added sugar and set it with some gelatine to make fresh raspberry jelly. Some trifle sponges and strawberry blancmange later and we had pudding. Yes I did briefly agonise over the custard vs blancmange issue, but I have a backlog of strawberry blancmange.

So far in our tea tours of France we have never made it down as far as the Pyrenees, but we would love to visit one day.