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3. SEAFOOD STEW FOR TWO

Amid the Fragonards at the Frick.

IT SMELLS LIKE France in here,” chef Daniel Rose says upon entering the Fragonard Room of the Frick Collection. It’s a welcome smell for the 39-year-old

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