This Weekend in 'New York Times' Food News

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Dinner Party Fish: Halibut roasted with rosemary and olives is an easy and juicy main.

Backyard Chickens: The "femivore" dilemna: "Can chickens save the desperate housewife?"

Bouillabaisse: The seafood stew doesn't have to be as complicated and confusing as it's reputed to be.

New Breed of Food Celebrity: Katie Lee might not have culinary degrees or serious restaurant cred, but she is "hungry and sparkly" and adept at "chatting amiably as she sautés."

Gastrohotels on the Spanish Countryside: Michelin dining by day, beautiful rooms in funky, lovely hotels by night.

La Enoteca in Rotterdam: This restaurant serves pineapple tart Tatin and boasts a 22-page wine library.

Endangered Tuna: The United Nations looks at banning trade in bluefin tuna.

Museums and Serious Food in Paris: The city's art institutions are home to ambitious, arty restaurants.

Putting Away your Knives: The chef Chris Santos looks for attractive and functional ways to store knives at home.

Hungry and Overweight: The paradox: hunger and obesity are both symptoms of poverty.

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