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Dan visits The Simpsons writers' room to talk about the role of food on the show. Plus, he learns how new technologies have changed the show’s food jokes.

The comedian and actor tells us how his sense of masculinity and his body image issues affect what he eats. Plus he and Dan bond over life as suburban dads.

We explore the classic baseball foods peanuts and Cracker Jack with a former Shea Stadium food vendor and a North Carolina peanut man.

A husband irked by his wife's loud chewing noises calls in for advice, and Cooks Illustrated's Dan Souza tells us how science can help get ketchup out of the bottle.

Dan travels through time in search of a coconut cake.

A chef working in the US as an undocumented immigrant cooks to stay connected to her home. But what happens when food isn't enough to bridge the distance?

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Alan and Arlene Alda talk about using food to communicate in a relationship, which they've been doing ever since they met 62 years ago. Plus they give Dan some marriage advice.

Come see The Sporkful and Ask Mimi -- live in New York City!

Football announcer Howard Cosell played an unlikely role in popularizing nachos, as we hear when Dan sits down with his friend Mike Pesca, host of The Gist podcast. And Mike rants about restaurants.

"I love pizza, but I really don't think I'm insane," says Scott Wiener, who limits his consumption to 15 slices per week, and has a Guinness World Record holding collection of 1,400 pizza boxes.

We visit a legendary pizzeria with a famously long line, then talk to scientists to try to figure out whether waiting to eat makes our food taste better -- or worse.