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GOLDEN OLDIES

“WHEN CHARLES AND DIANA GOT MARRIED, MY MOM AND GRAN WATCHED THE WEDDING ON TV – EATING FRIED HAKE ON BROWN BREAD, WASHED DOWN WITH CHAMPAGNE”

In the annals of family lore, it will go down that Bill, my grandparents’ friend in 1970s Krugersdorp, died with a smile on his face.

Poor Bill. Married to Ada – not known for her cooking. That day, his. Warm, carby goodness, loaded with butter, cheese, apricot jam and cream.

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