The cover of the book shows oodles of biscuits [cookies in America] and no tea! Well then. The bits about tea bookend the book about biscuits. Because biscuit appraisal is in Nicey’s blood. Unfortunately, I have no interest in biscuits. But I read the book because Nicey is quite funny and the whole book was a lovely taste of England.
In short, this was a pleasant read. If you want to get a taste of Nicey and Wifey, check out their website. Or take a nibble of these quotes.
possibly even more important to us than television or queuing up for things.
Indeed, tea without biscuits is a missed opportunity.
The first thing you notice about an All Butter biscuit is that it is not all butter.
If it were, it would indeed be butter, and therefore suitable for spreading on toast.
Oats have long been a valuable source of sustenance
for both mankind and the Scottish.
The wafer is one of the many varied techniques whereby the food industry
persuades us to buy and consume air.
Oh dear, oh dear.
It’s the biggest-selling biscuit on the planet
and it doesn’t even know it is a biscuit.
The Oreo is baked across the world by Nabisco,
the name being a contraction of
‘The National Biscuit Company’ of the USA.