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In case you’re wondering that rather splendid plate of wellington boot cookies was made by Victoria at Victoria’s Kitchen who can not only provide you with beautiful bespoke cakes and cookies but teach you how to create your own.  Many thanks Victoria for brightening up an otherwise rather dull page.