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Topic - Frank Bruni
When Frank Bruni stepped on the scene as the chief restaurant critic for the New York Times more than five years ago, many industry insiders and observers thought the choice was odd.
"It was a sort of a little petty rebellion against the need to try everything," he says. "I am still totally adjusting."
But even odder was Mr. Bruni's love-hate relationship with food, something he now acknowledges in his new memoir, "Born Round: The Secret History of a Full-Time Eater."