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Justin Warner Becomes New Food Network Star

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Edgy, witty contestant Warner is crowned Food Network Star under Alton Brown’s mentorship

Contestant Justin Warner from Brooklyn, N.Y., is known for his unique character and wildly creative recipes on this season’s Food Network Star. Just last night, Warner’s wacky innovation led him to the top, and he took home the grand prize as the eighth Food Network Star, securing a contract for a cooking show on Food Network that will debut in the fall.

Warner was mentored by equally quirky Alton Brown, who said he was instantly drawn to Warner during auditions. "I’m pretty sure it’s because I thought I saw a little me in him," Brown admitted in a recent press release. "Deep down, we all want to replicate ourselves."

Brown led "the rebel with a culinary cause" to success after enduring grueling culinary competitions on the show. The two will continue to work together as Brown produces Warner’s new cooking show, which is sure to be a huge hit with fans.

Justin Warner is the owner and chef at Do or Dine, a contemporary American restaurant in Brooklyn that, like him, pushes culinary boundaries. The establishment offers creative combinations, like foie gras doughnuts, duck with kiwi sauce, and deviled eggs with crawfish.

According to Bob Tuschman, general manager and senior vice president of Food Network, "We are thrilled to welcome [Justin Warner] and his distinct culinary voice to Food Network."


Do Or Dine's Justin Warner, The New "Food Network Star," Tells Us About His Big Win

On Sunday night Do Or Dine's Justin Warner (the "Rebel with a Culinary Cause") took home the big prize and became the next Food Network Star (thanks in part to his many fans who voted for him). After Warner's win, Food Network's senior VP said, "Justin is a rule breaker in the best possible sense, much like his mentor Alton Brown. He approaches food with a quirky sense of joy that made him stand out from the very beginning of the season."

The 27-year-old's Bed-Stuy joint only opened a little over a year ago, and has already become successful without the help of national fame—so will any of us ever be able to get a seat there again? Warner—who will now go into production for his own Food Network show—answered some of our more pressing questions this morning:

What's the next step for you now that you've won? I'm going to respond to a lot of emails. I just took a tour of the Food Network offices, hung out on the set of Iron Chef. We (the Network and I) have a lot to discuss.

Will you get to film your show in NYC? It's still TBD. Alton Brown has a studio and production company in Atlanta, so that's also a possibility.

Will "we" ever be able to get a seat at Do Or Dine again? Oh yeah, we are rarely busy until 8 p.m. or so. The best time to come is around 6, when we open. If the weather is nice, we have additional seating on the patio.

Can you give us a simple recipe (a summery dinner?) that people can cook in their cramped NYC kitchens? Miso paste + butter + corn + grill. Bangin'.*

*If you don't have a grill in your kitchen (the FDNY definitely frowns upon that), then just do your corn up on a skillet.


Do Or Dine's Justin Warner, The New "Food Network Star," Tells Us About His Big Win

On Sunday night Do Or Dine's Justin Warner (the "Rebel with a Culinary Cause") took home the big prize and became the next Food Network Star (thanks in part to his many fans who voted for him). After Warner's win, Food Network's senior VP said, "Justin is a rule breaker in the best possible sense, much like his mentor Alton Brown. He approaches food with a quirky sense of joy that made him stand out from the very beginning of the season."

The 27-year-old's Bed-Stuy joint only opened a little over a year ago, and has already become successful without the help of national fame—so will any of us ever be able to get a seat there again? Warner—who will now go into production for his own Food Network show—answered some of our more pressing questions this morning:

What's the next step for you now that you've won? I'm going to respond to a lot of emails. I just took a tour of the Food Network offices, hung out on the set of Iron Chef. We (the Network and I) have a lot to discuss.

Will you get to film your show in NYC? It's still TBD. Alton Brown has a studio and production company in Atlanta, so that's also a possibility.

Will "we" ever be able to get a seat at Do Or Dine again? Oh yeah, we are rarely busy until 8 p.m. or so. The best time to come is around 6, when we open. If the weather is nice, we have additional seating on the patio.

Can you give us a simple recipe (a summery dinner?) that people can cook in their cramped NYC kitchens? Miso paste + butter + corn + grill. Bangin'.*

*If you don't have a grill in your kitchen (the FDNY definitely frowns upon that), then just do your corn up on a skillet.


Do Or Dine's Justin Warner, The New "Food Network Star," Tells Us About His Big Win

On Sunday night Do Or Dine's Justin Warner (the "Rebel with a Culinary Cause") took home the big prize and became the next Food Network Star (thanks in part to his many fans who voted for him). After Warner's win, Food Network's senior VP said, "Justin is a rule breaker in the best possible sense, much like his mentor Alton Brown. He approaches food with a quirky sense of joy that made him stand out from the very beginning of the season."

The 27-year-old's Bed-Stuy joint only opened a little over a year ago, and has already become successful without the help of national fame—so will any of us ever be able to get a seat there again? Warner—who will now go into production for his own Food Network show—answered some of our more pressing questions this morning:

What's the next step for you now that you've won? I'm going to respond to a lot of emails. I just took a tour of the Food Network offices, hung out on the set of Iron Chef. We (the Network and I) have a lot to discuss.

Will you get to film your show in NYC? It's still TBD. Alton Brown has a studio and production company in Atlanta, so that's also a possibility.

Will "we" ever be able to get a seat at Do Or Dine again? Oh yeah, we are rarely busy until 8 p.m. or so. The best time to come is around 6, when we open. If the weather is nice, we have additional seating on the patio.

Can you give us a simple recipe (a summery dinner?) that people can cook in their cramped NYC kitchens? Miso paste + butter + corn + grill. Bangin'.*

*If you don't have a grill in your kitchen (the FDNY definitely frowns upon that), then just do your corn up on a skillet.


Do Or Dine's Justin Warner, The New "Food Network Star," Tells Us About His Big Win

On Sunday night Do Or Dine's Justin Warner (the "Rebel with a Culinary Cause") took home the big prize and became the next Food Network Star (thanks in part to his many fans who voted for him). After Warner's win, Food Network's senior VP said, "Justin is a rule breaker in the best possible sense, much like his mentor Alton Brown. He approaches food with a quirky sense of joy that made him stand out from the very beginning of the season."

The 27-year-old's Bed-Stuy joint only opened a little over a year ago, and has already become successful without the help of national fame—so will any of us ever be able to get a seat there again? Warner—who will now go into production for his own Food Network show—answered some of our more pressing questions this morning:

What's the next step for you now that you've won? I'm going to respond to a lot of emails. I just took a tour of the Food Network offices, hung out on the set of Iron Chef. We (the Network and I) have a lot to discuss.

Will you get to film your show in NYC? It's still TBD. Alton Brown has a studio and production company in Atlanta, so that's also a possibility.

Will "we" ever be able to get a seat at Do Or Dine again? Oh yeah, we are rarely busy until 8 p.m. or so. The best time to come is around 6, when we open. If the weather is nice, we have additional seating on the patio.

Can you give us a simple recipe (a summery dinner?) that people can cook in their cramped NYC kitchens? Miso paste + butter + corn + grill. Bangin'.*

*If you don't have a grill in your kitchen (the FDNY definitely frowns upon that), then just do your corn up on a skillet.


Do Or Dine's Justin Warner, The New "Food Network Star," Tells Us About His Big Win

On Sunday night Do Or Dine's Justin Warner (the "Rebel with a Culinary Cause") took home the big prize and became the next Food Network Star (thanks in part to his many fans who voted for him). After Warner's win, Food Network's senior VP said, "Justin is a rule breaker in the best possible sense, much like his mentor Alton Brown. He approaches food with a quirky sense of joy that made him stand out from the very beginning of the season."

The 27-year-old's Bed-Stuy joint only opened a little over a year ago, and has already become successful without the help of national fame—so will any of us ever be able to get a seat there again? Warner—who will now go into production for his own Food Network show—answered some of our more pressing questions this morning:

What's the next step for you now that you've won? I'm going to respond to a lot of emails. I just took a tour of the Food Network offices, hung out on the set of Iron Chef. We (the Network and I) have a lot to discuss.

Will you get to film your show in NYC? It's still TBD. Alton Brown has a studio and production company in Atlanta, so that's also a possibility.

Will "we" ever be able to get a seat at Do Or Dine again? Oh yeah, we are rarely busy until 8 p.m. or so. The best time to come is around 6, when we open. If the weather is nice, we have additional seating on the patio.

Can you give us a simple recipe (a summery dinner?) that people can cook in their cramped NYC kitchens? Miso paste + butter + corn + grill. Bangin'.*

*If you don't have a grill in your kitchen (the FDNY definitely frowns upon that), then just do your corn up on a skillet.


Do Or Dine's Justin Warner, The New "Food Network Star," Tells Us About His Big Win

On Sunday night Do Or Dine's Justin Warner (the "Rebel with a Culinary Cause") took home the big prize and became the next Food Network Star (thanks in part to his many fans who voted for him). After Warner's win, Food Network's senior VP said, "Justin is a rule breaker in the best possible sense, much like his mentor Alton Brown. He approaches food with a quirky sense of joy that made him stand out from the very beginning of the season."

The 27-year-old's Bed-Stuy joint only opened a little over a year ago, and has already become successful without the help of national fame—so will any of us ever be able to get a seat there again? Warner—who will now go into production for his own Food Network show—answered some of our more pressing questions this morning:

What's the next step for you now that you've won? I'm going to respond to a lot of emails. I just took a tour of the Food Network offices, hung out on the set of Iron Chef. We (the Network and I) have a lot to discuss.

Will you get to film your show in NYC? It's still TBD. Alton Brown has a studio and production company in Atlanta, so that's also a possibility.

Will "we" ever be able to get a seat at Do Or Dine again? Oh yeah, we are rarely busy until 8 p.m. or so. The best time to come is around 6, when we open. If the weather is nice, we have additional seating on the patio.

Can you give us a simple recipe (a summery dinner?) that people can cook in their cramped NYC kitchens? Miso paste + butter + corn + grill. Bangin'.*

*If you don't have a grill in your kitchen (the FDNY definitely frowns upon that), then just do your corn up on a skillet.


Do Or Dine's Justin Warner, The New "Food Network Star," Tells Us About His Big Win

On Sunday night Do Or Dine's Justin Warner (the "Rebel with a Culinary Cause") took home the big prize and became the next Food Network Star (thanks in part to his many fans who voted for him). After Warner's win, Food Network's senior VP said, "Justin is a rule breaker in the best possible sense, much like his mentor Alton Brown. He approaches food with a quirky sense of joy that made him stand out from the very beginning of the season."

The 27-year-old's Bed-Stuy joint only opened a little over a year ago, and has already become successful without the help of national fame—so will any of us ever be able to get a seat there again? Warner—who will now go into production for his own Food Network show—answered some of our more pressing questions this morning:

What's the next step for you now that you've won? I'm going to respond to a lot of emails. I just took a tour of the Food Network offices, hung out on the set of Iron Chef. We (the Network and I) have a lot to discuss.

Will you get to film your show in NYC? It's still TBD. Alton Brown has a studio and production company in Atlanta, so that's also a possibility.

Will "we" ever be able to get a seat at Do Or Dine again? Oh yeah, we are rarely busy until 8 p.m. or so. The best time to come is around 6, when we open. If the weather is nice, we have additional seating on the patio.

Can you give us a simple recipe (a summery dinner?) that people can cook in their cramped NYC kitchens? Miso paste + butter + corn + grill. Bangin'.*

*If you don't have a grill in your kitchen (the FDNY definitely frowns upon that), then just do your corn up on a skillet.


Do Or Dine's Justin Warner, The New "Food Network Star," Tells Us About His Big Win

On Sunday night Do Or Dine's Justin Warner (the "Rebel with a Culinary Cause") took home the big prize and became the next Food Network Star (thanks in part to his many fans who voted for him). After Warner's win, Food Network's senior VP said, "Justin is a rule breaker in the best possible sense, much like his mentor Alton Brown. He approaches food with a quirky sense of joy that made him stand out from the very beginning of the season."

The 27-year-old's Bed-Stuy joint only opened a little over a year ago, and has already become successful without the help of national fame—so will any of us ever be able to get a seat there again? Warner—who will now go into production for his own Food Network show—answered some of our more pressing questions this morning:

What's the next step for you now that you've won? I'm going to respond to a lot of emails. I just took a tour of the Food Network offices, hung out on the set of Iron Chef. We (the Network and I) have a lot to discuss.

Will you get to film your show in NYC? It's still TBD. Alton Brown has a studio and production company in Atlanta, so that's also a possibility.

Will "we" ever be able to get a seat at Do Or Dine again? Oh yeah, we are rarely busy until 8 p.m. or so. The best time to come is around 6, when we open. If the weather is nice, we have additional seating on the patio.

Can you give us a simple recipe (a summery dinner?) that people can cook in their cramped NYC kitchens? Miso paste + butter + corn + grill. Bangin'.*

*If you don't have a grill in your kitchen (the FDNY definitely frowns upon that), then just do your corn up on a skillet.


Do Or Dine's Justin Warner, The New "Food Network Star," Tells Us About His Big Win

On Sunday night Do Or Dine's Justin Warner (the "Rebel with a Culinary Cause") took home the big prize and became the next Food Network Star (thanks in part to his many fans who voted for him). After Warner's win, Food Network's senior VP said, "Justin is a rule breaker in the best possible sense, much like his mentor Alton Brown. He approaches food with a quirky sense of joy that made him stand out from the very beginning of the season."

The 27-year-old's Bed-Stuy joint only opened a little over a year ago, and has already become successful without the help of national fame—so will any of us ever be able to get a seat there again? Warner—who will now go into production for his own Food Network show—answered some of our more pressing questions this morning:

What's the next step for you now that you've won? I'm going to respond to a lot of emails. I just took a tour of the Food Network offices, hung out on the set of Iron Chef. We (the Network and I) have a lot to discuss.

Will you get to film your show in NYC? It's still TBD. Alton Brown has a studio and production company in Atlanta, so that's also a possibility.

Will "we" ever be able to get a seat at Do Or Dine again? Oh yeah, we are rarely busy until 8 p.m. or so. The best time to come is around 6, when we open. If the weather is nice, we have additional seating on the patio.

Can you give us a simple recipe (a summery dinner?) that people can cook in their cramped NYC kitchens? Miso paste + butter + corn + grill. Bangin'.*

*If you don't have a grill in your kitchen (the FDNY definitely frowns upon that), then just do your corn up on a skillet.


Do Or Dine's Justin Warner, The New "Food Network Star," Tells Us About His Big Win

On Sunday night Do Or Dine's Justin Warner (the "Rebel with a Culinary Cause") took home the big prize and became the next Food Network Star (thanks in part to his many fans who voted for him). After Warner's win, Food Network's senior VP said, "Justin is a rule breaker in the best possible sense, much like his mentor Alton Brown. He approaches food with a quirky sense of joy that made him stand out from the very beginning of the season."

The 27-year-old's Bed-Stuy joint only opened a little over a year ago, and has already become successful without the help of national fame—so will any of us ever be able to get a seat there again? Warner—who will now go into production for his own Food Network show—answered some of our more pressing questions this morning:

What's the next step for you now that you've won? I'm going to respond to a lot of emails. I just took a tour of the Food Network offices, hung out on the set of Iron Chef. We (the Network and I) have a lot to discuss.

Will you get to film your show in NYC? It's still TBD. Alton Brown has a studio and production company in Atlanta, so that's also a possibility.

Will "we" ever be able to get a seat at Do Or Dine again? Oh yeah, we are rarely busy until 8 p.m. or so. The best time to come is around 6, when we open. If the weather is nice, we have additional seating on the patio.

Can you give us a simple recipe (a summery dinner?) that people can cook in their cramped NYC kitchens? Miso paste + butter + corn + grill. Bangin'.*

*If you don't have a grill in your kitchen (the FDNY definitely frowns upon that), then just do your corn up on a skillet.


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