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  • V.F. contributing editor David Kamp and the saucy Marion Rosenfeld's The Food Snob's Dictionary (Broadway) enlightens denizens of Hooters-style breastaurants about the finer points of "forcemeat" whilst delighting those high-hat cuisinerds who can gas on about "fair trade" until the grass-fed, free-range cows come home.

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  • "We call these places 'breastaurants,"'said John Imbergamo, a veteran Denver restaurant consultant.

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  • In an economy where businesses are losing money and closing, these breastaurants are raking in the cash.

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  • These breastaurants offer a carefree atmosphere where Passwaters says, people can forget about the bad economy and eat a good meal.

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  • "We call these places 'breastaurants,'" said John Imbergamo, a veteran Denver restaurant consultant.

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  • And yet, telltale signs remained that parity was far from achieved: the "cool" artists of the moment not quite getting that, to paraphrase Andrea Rubinstein, kick-ass female characters have no real claim to strength when their every move is in the context of male desire (skimpy clothes, butt- or boob-shots, etc.); the dearth of female names on convention guest lists and anthology "training ground" books at the Big Two; and the persistent creepiness of many male fans and pros at industry social gatherings (including not even giving any forethought to whether holding some of those gatherings at strip clubs or Hooter's breastaurants was at all welcoming to fellow creators and fans).

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