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Dinner: Changing the Game

BY MELISSA CLARK

In columnist Melissa Clark helps you figure out your next meal without falling back on your sameold options. With more than 200 recipes and ingredient ideas, this book will help reboot your dinner repertoire by challenging you with new food pairings. While home cooks know that the secret to a well-executed meal always begins with a well-stocked pantry, Clark’s staples are a definite departure down your grocer’s internationalfoods aisle or into ethnic markets for ingredients such as Za’atar, sambal oelek and harissa. Exotic to some,

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