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a child, I knew the festive season was well and truly over when the only sweet things to be found in our house were the unwanted leftovers in the dried fruit gift boxes. Surprisingly enough in our chocolate-obsessed house, these were the ones sprinkled with chocolate vermicelli. The delicious red and green Fruit Dainties were, of course, long gone come January, as were the tiny oblong rolls of wonderfully tangy yellow peach and apricot sugar-dusted

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