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warner.jpgAlexander Nazaryan takes a very bold stance in a pseudo-review of Dana Goodyear's new book Anything That Moves and asks "what happened to just being hungry?" He starts with the foie gras doughnut at Do or Dine, Justin Warner's Michelin-approved Brooklyn restaurant. Quote: "I see the popularity of Do or Dine as just an urban version of the culinary adventurism perfected by Anthony Bourdain, who has become a Rimbaud of the food world, deranging his taste buds in the most far-flung locales, with the most outlandish delicacies." Sure thing. [Newsweek][Photo: Daniel Krieger]

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