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Paul Adams files late on Market Table, which he mostly likes: ""Comfort food" is a much-bandied phrase, but when I need real solace, the pillows I plan to cry on will be Mr. Price's gnocchi ($12). They come in a deeply savory broth with shreds of grated cheese, tart leaves of escarole, and a refreshingly restrained use of beef short rib meat, pulled off the bone and stirred into the warming mix." [NYS]

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