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Hungry Heart

In the follow-up to her best-selling cookbook, Chrissy Teigen’s cooking skills get more refined‚ but the TV host, 32, still isn’t above opening a can (or three!).
Chrissy Teigen photographed exclusively for EW in New York City

Your first cookbook, Cravings, was wildly popular. Did you feel pressure to re-create that success with Cravings: Hungry for More?

Oh my God, it can only go downhill, right? John [Legend] said he has the same problem with his albums. The first one does really well and you

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