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Eating Out - October 12, 2018

A new old-fashioned treat

Redwood City couple sells reinvented version of classic black licorice candy

by Tara Madhav

Gail Waldo and Ken Seydel live on a hill in Redwood City, at the top of a winding cul-de-sac that ensures peace and quiet. Stuffed animals and framed pictures rest on cabinets, and squirrels run wildly along the serpentine tree roots that stretch into the dirt wall at the end of their backyard.

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