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Pepper & Rosemary Rubbed Rotisserie Chicken

Photo: Michelle Feffer/New York Magazine
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Israeli Couscous with dill, currants, and lemon zest

Photo: Michelle Feffer/New York Magazine
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Roasted Delicata Squash Salad with blood oranges, cavolonero kale, & pumpkin seeds

Photo: Michelle Feffer/New York Magazine
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Grilled Zucchini & Eggplant with mint and pomegranate seeds

Photo: Michelle Feffer/New York Magazine
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Seared Fennel with orange dressing and parsley

Photo: Michelle Feffer/New York Magazine
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Beet & Watermelon Radish Salad with fresh mozzarella & basil

Photo: Michelle Feffer/New York Magazine
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Honey Pie with crushed pistachios

Photo: Michelle Feffer/New York Magazine

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