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New on the Resy At Home Hit List: Le Pigeon, Pok Pok, Wajan

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As Portland settles into the new normalcy of takeout, even more of our favorite restaurants have re-organized and joined the fray. Now alongside Italian classics and Thai-inspired meal kits, find the city’s best paella and sangria by the liter, plus three-course dinners from a two-time James Beard Award-winning chef, with an optional 30-count steam burger kit to boot. All this and more await in this week’s At Home Hit List.

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