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    Samin Nosrat on the histories, perspectives and dishes she has learned, including shiro, a silky, spicy stew from Eritrea.

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  1. PhotoThe chef Natalia Vallejo, at her home in Cayey, P.R., closed her San Juan restaurant, Cocina al Fondo, because of Covid-19. She is constantly cooking at home and planning for a future when she can be back in a restaurant kitchen. 
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    Hardship and hurricanes have shaped the island’s food for centuries. But chefs and home cooks make magic with whatever ingredients they have.

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  2. PhotoA recipe for nasi goreng, a staple Indonesian fried rice dish, appears in the new cookbook “Coconut & Sambal,” by the chef Lara Lee.
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    In “Coconut & Sambal,” the chef Lara Lee leads a culinary expedition through one of the most populous countries in the world.

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  3. PhotoRashida Holmes, the chef and owner of Bridgetown Roti, in Los Angeles.
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    In Los Angeles, the chef Rashida Holmes grows her small food business to meet the demand for comforting West Indian food.

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  4. PhotoLidey Heuck’s barbecue pulled chicken.
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    Recall those days when we used to gather indoors and listen to live music, and make Café Carlyle’s lobster bisque, or its chicken hash.

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  5. PhotoGiant couscous cake with roasted pepper sauce.
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    Rich with roasted red pepper, it’s excellent alongside a giant couscous cake, or any other pantry meal.

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  1. PhotoThe Netflix series “The Haunting of Bly Manor” is the latest of many screen adaptations of “The Turn of the Screw.” Pictured, from left: Benjamin Evan Ainsworth, Victoria Pedretti, Rahul Kohli, Amelia Eve and Amelie Smith (backround).
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    The Disney streaming platform has hundreds of movie and TV titles, drawing from its own deep reservoir classics and from Star Wars, Marvel and more. These are our favorites.

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  2. PhotoMr. Muhly’s new work is a bellwether in the emerging genre of music written for virtual mediums and based on pandemic restrictions.
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    The virtual premiere of Nico Muhly’s “Throughline,” Esa-Pekka Salonen’s first presentation as music director, is testing the limits of pandemic music-making.

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  3. Photo“I think at some point, we will want to, as a species, have a discussion about how involved A.I. will be in art,” said Grimes over Zoom.
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  4. PhotoNick Nicolaou, who owns Cinema Village, and the people behind indie cinemas like Film Forum, Anthology Film Archives and Nitehawk remain in an uneasy limbo, desperate for audiences yet terrified of cinemas becoming petri dishes.
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Lewandowski on the cancellation Of the Golden ball 2020: Many people know that I had the best season. I'm glad everyone saw it
City had a row with Porto over a report on the website: the Portuguese attacked Pep and Fernandinho, and Silva was accused of racism
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Davis is named the best player in Canada in 2020
Iker Casillas: Zidane is great. He has earned the right to coach Real Madrid
Gattuso on Napoli: Almost lost to AZ, although they could have reached the playoffs
Mikel Arteta: Arsenal in the Premier League are not as formidable in attack as in the Europa League