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canlis-roast-duck-150.jpgGilt Taste's Francis Lam checks out chef Jason Franey's duck dish at sixty-year-old Seattle restaurant Canlis, which is aged for 14 to 24 days before serving. Is it possible to have a signature dish in the age of seasonal cooking? [Gilt Taste]

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