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Barry Nield

Malted Milk Review
Nicey replies: Hello Barry,

Well it sounds like you are already on top of most of the important aspects of biscuit selection, although I would say crumbs are another aspect to keep in mind. What ever you bring along will probably be very welcome. To be honest I seem to remember that it was me who ate all the biscuits as Wifey wasn't really in a biscuit mood. I also seem to recall that I went out on a limb and brought Cadbury's Chocolate fingers, a very non-standard biscuit for us.

Thinking about it rationally and with hindsight I would have probably gone for some fig rolls, malted milks and possibly a small pack of digestives, although modern post-hydogenated fat Digestives are very crumbly. However, something that shouldn't be overlooked was the on tap supply of NHS tea and toasted sliced white with Golden Shred marmalade that was available when the YMOS made their debut.

I recent years we have taken to baking large NCOTAASD fruitcakes for our friends when the have their own younger members of staff. In fact Mr ad Mrs T are due YMOS No 2 in about 6 weeks time and Mrs T is already making space in her cake tin.

Another thing to watch out for is that fact that post birth you'll be all over the show and may well not be entirely capable of making rational biscuit choices due to excitement, warm fuzzy feelings, lack of sleep and confusion as the Wife sends you out to buy all sorts of strange things you've never heard of before down aisles of the supermarket you didn't even know existed.

Jim Fussell
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Custard Cream Review
Nicey replies: Hello Jim,

Surely biscuits can ride out the consumer downturn. We have heard it widely reported that McVities are selling more Custard Creams than this time last year as people downsize from more extravagant biscuits. Personally I think this is terrific news. Obviously people have been buying biscuits beyond their means on credit for the last several years, where as now they are making wiser and more sustainable biscuit decisions.

Sally O'Hagan
Cork Hat - Australia

Graham cracker Review
Nicey replies: Glad to promote international biscuit understanding.

Dean Anderson
Nicey replies: Those Credit Crunches sound yummy.

Actually I'm starting to feel a bit sorry for BBC News 24 who seem to be unable to talk about anything else and are starting to look like their hearts aren't in it any more. What we need is massive global story about kittens and fluffy ducklings to give them a bit of a break. I think they should have made out that story yesterday of the little boy who got stuck in the Postman Pat kiddies ride outside a supermarket. The fire brigade who had been called in to release the boy who had become jammed between the end of Pat's giant conk and the windscreen treated it as a standard RTA and cut the roof off. When they still couldn't shift him they had saw the end of old Pat's snout. That's proper news.

Sue Girard
Biscuit tinTeaSuperstitions
Nicey replies: Hello Sue,

We have a special icon for tea bubbles and their associated wealth, and one for biscuit tins too. I think it's lovely that your Gram's old biscuit tin gets an outing at Christmas time.

As for Hastings I seem to remember from my trip there as a child that it has very tall wooden sheds covered in tar, which were something to do with fishing.