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Amy Schumer Learns to Cook

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Amy and Chris are quarantined at home in Martha's Vineyard with their nanny, who looks after baby Gene and runs the camera during naptimes; chef Chris will prepare meals from their pantry with an assist from Amy.

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Amy makes peach bellini; Chris helps with fried eggs with shallots; comforting hot toddy to get through the day; mashed potatoes, warm radish and potato salad.
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Amy Schumer begins her culinary education with breakfast; Chris shows her how to make a perfectly poached egg, crispy bacon, celery and fennel salad and some applesauce for their son, Gene.
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