DINNERS FOR A Arturo Ciompi knows he can count on an excellent glass of wine at Oval Park Grille.
Summerâ€™s end means figuring out how youâ€™ll get a crowd-pleasing dinner on the table every night after a full day of work, school and extracurricular activities. Here, one Durham mom offers a six-day plan.
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CENTRAL PARK SCHOOL FOR CHILDREN (CPSC) kindergarten teaching assistant Liz Clark requires a course of action to get dinner on her South Durham table for her family: Jordan High School student Aidan, 14; CPSC student Avari, 11; and husband, Cary, who works at medical nonprofit International Society on Thrombosis and Haemostasis. Luckily, she worked at Weaver Street Market as a cook for more than 10 years and has plenty of tricks up her sleeve. At