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Ina Garten reinvents comfort food with her new cookbook

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In this week’s Sunday Sitdown, Ina Garten opens up to Willie Geist about how her life has changed during the coronavirus pandemic ahead of the release of her latest cookbook, “Modern Comfort Food.” During the interview, they’re joined by Garten’s husband, Jeffrey, and Willie’s wife, Christina, to share cocktails and discuss what it’s like to spend all day with their spouses. “I think, as somebody said, good marriages have gotten better during the pandemic, and bad marriages have gotten worse,” the Barefoot Contessa says.