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Katharine Shilcutt discovered an excellent Italian restaurant in Spring called Capri. While dining there, what did she have to drink with her tagliatelle al salmone? Boone's Farm. Commenter Eric Hanao wrote in with some words of support:

So. Freaking. Awesome. A true foodie will eat and drink it all. Good to bad, sublime to overwhelming. Plus you made do with the situ given to you. Kudos.

The comment reminds us of the episode of No Reservations when Anthony Bourdain found himself eating warthog anus with intestine attached. The life of a food critic - filled with peril...

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