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Amanda Keller

What’s something memorable you ate while growing up? There was one exciting tuna casserole my mum would make and it had potato chips on top. I loved that, because chips for dinner – what a score!

A little bit, because there was a lot of gelatine used. People loved their jelly. They loved putting weird flavour combinations together: Coca-Cola salad,

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