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Proof is in the pudding

Idon’t cook much anymore. I went off it after working out that by the time Ruff Red was 20 I’d cooked 35,000 breakfasts, lunches and dinners.

Our children say they’re glad I’ve hung up my apron. “You’re way less dangerous without a knife,” Courtenay says cheerfully.

When they’re feeling warm and fuzzy (3pm on Christmas Day) they

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