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Adam Hegsted plates what could be the most important dinner of his life.

Right now — right this second* — a group of devoted foodies is leaving the conservatory of a stately, Federal-style townhouse in New York City’s West Village. They’re moving up to the second floor, into a salon and a library that,…

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