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TLC serves up ‘Craving Comfort’

TLC has ordered eight half-hour episodes of Craving Comfort (w/t) from True Entertainment. Host chef Art Smith will explore one comfort food per episode, and will travel the country, testing variations of the favorite dishes. Craving Comfort goes beyond a cooking show to tell the stories behind comfort food dishes. The show will join TLC's other food fare, Cake Boss, Ultimate Cake Off and the upcoming BBQ Pitmasters.
November 23, 2009

TLC has ordered eight half-hour episodes of Craving Comfort (w/t) from True Entertainment. Host chef Art Smith will explore one comfort food per episode, and will travel the country, testing variations of the favorite dishes. Craving Comfort goes beyond a cooking show to tell the stories behind comfort food dishes. The show will join TLC’s other food fare, Cake Boss, Ultimate Cake Off and the upcoming BBQ Pitmasters.

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