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VIDEO: Annie Serves Comfort Food

VIDEO: Annie Serves Comfort Food
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Annie B. Copps prepares “Dad’s Chicken and Rice” for Today Show audiences to demonstrate the joys of “comfort food.” Find this and several other comforting recipes below. Read more about comfort food.

Watch Annie prepare budget meal ideas, cranberry salsa, and more in these TV cooking episodes.

Tell us! What’s your favorite comfort food.

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One Response to VIDEO: Annie Serves Comfort Food

  1. Beverly Swetnam March 15, 2009 at 3:29 pm #

    I have always thought I made great Mac & Cheese everyone told me I did. This Mac and Cheese is by far the best I have every made, I know because everyone told me so. Please do not change a thing in this recipe. This will be on my table at least once a month. My size 2 friend had two big servings. I would give this 10 stars.

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