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It can be done without waiting in an endless line. You can make a dim sum spread in your very own kitchen — just make sure you have plenty of chopsticks and dipping sauce before you invite all your friends over to devour your handiwork. Whether your picks are authentically Chinese or skew more to the fusion side (and believe us, “Asian fusion” has never looked or tasted better), this beloved weekend activity is well within reach. 

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