(Could we have some chicken, though, and a little salmon, too? Mark Bittman’s recipe for chicken under a brick is just terrific. And Alison Roman’s recipe for salmon with sesame and herbs is sublime.)
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Watch, when you’re finished, this interview with Yaa Gyasi on the occasion of being named one of Granta’s 2017 Best of Young American Novelists.
And, over at Vanity Fair, do read Benjamin Wallace’s harrowing investigation into a fraternity hazing death at Penn State. It’s not the most delicious appetizer, but still, maybe you could talk about it over dinner. I’ll be back on Wednesday.