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Annie B. Copps on TODAY on Monday, August 30.

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Annie B. Copps on TODAY on Monday, August 30.
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Did you catch Yankee‘s food editor Annie B. Copps on TODAY? She shared tasty ways to save summer’s bountiful harvest —corn, tomatoes, berries and fruit — so you can have a burst of warmth on a cold fall or winter day.

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Updated Thursday, August 26th, 2010

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