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March 27, 2010 12:15 PM

Sunny Anderson gives Columbus a shout-out

Food Network's Sunny Anderson mentioned Columbus on her Saturday show. She said the only seafood she liked as a child were the oysters her parents would make when the family lived in Columbus, Ga. I would assume this self-described military brat lived in Columbus because her dad was stationed at Fort Benning.

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