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Anyone who likes a cup of tea and a biscuit will recognise the humour in this book. Love the section about office etiquette when it comes to making tea. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Steve
A wonderful trip down memory lane. I bought this book after watching the Nigel Slater programme on biscuits that featured 'Nicey'
who wrote it. I Love this book ! Such a Joy.
Clever, funny, interesting and surprising. I have learned a lot from this book and recommend it to anyone, whether they like a 'nice cup of tea and a sit down' or not!Published 21 months ago by Seebass
Ive dipped in and out of this book - a lovely idea with some interesting details - never before have I been so well versed in the history of biccies!Published 22 months ago by raichebumz
Got this for a friends birthday present and I loved reading it as much as he did!! Worth a read if you love Tea!Published 23 months ago by James Tedham
Such humour from a book all about biscuits!
Very informative and enjoyable to read with long forgotten biscuits remembered fondly.
An easy read with some very amusing parts. It is also nostalgic in bringing back memories from the past. Read morePublished on 15 Oct. 2011 by A. Hodgkinson
If you've ever wondered which product preempted the development of the classic McVitie's Hobnob, or whether a Bath Oliver is better than a Jacob's Cracker, this is the book for... Read morePublished on 5 July 2011 by P. Gilham
A remarkable little book which distills the countless joys of tea, biscuits and cake - plus the obligatory comfy seat. Read morePublished on 1 Feb. 2011 by Daniel Park