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Michael Price
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Nicey replies: Michael,

We now believe this biscuit to be the 'Iced shortie'.

Splendid graphics, I like the dropshadow. I wish we had more biscuit mockups sent to us of this quality.

Chris Borrow
Seek you the Grail
Nicey replies: Chris,

Thanks for this. First of all Foxs are still making Sports biscuits, I saw some yesterday so no problems there. In fact I was waiting for the controversy surrounding their new graphics to die down before we formally reviewed them in our informal manner. As this happened about four years back now we should probably get to it.

Right secondly a big thanks for the iced shortie stuff. There are many people out there who have been trying to put a name to this biscuit many of which have produced nice pictures. I shall put them up in the missing in action section now. As for those other two letters from people who thought she was going on about iced gems or party rings, it scares me that such people could in theory be charge of a motor vehicle.

Stuart Bell
Seek you the Grail
Nicey replies: These have been mentioned before, but personally I never encountered them. It seems that Chiltonian biscuits were very special indeed, we always mention them when mourning the passing of proper Gariballdi biscuits. I shall create an entry for them in the MIA database.

World of BiscuitsSeek you the Grail
Nicey replies: Ian,

I have to cast my mind back to the very early 1970's for my memories of Banjos so I would have been six or seven then. I do remember that the cross section was very square, that the wafer was very light and quite deep with not many layers and that there was a layer of caramel on top with nutty bits in. Also there were two wafers per pack.

Now your German Banjos seem to match this memory in every detail, plus they are made by global food giant Masterfoods, who are well known for Twix, Mars, Maltesers, Milky Way and so on. So it seems that you have indeed found the Banjo's of old safe and well in Germany. This is very exciting news and could dictate our plans this summer as team NOCTAASD forages around on continental Europe.

Steve Blyton
Seek you the Grail
Nicey replies: Thanks Steve, this is all new to me.