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We discuss tradition and the Wheel Of Infinite Thanksgiving Anxiety with legendary food writer Mimi Sheraton, Milk Street's Christopher Kimball, and cookbook author Kian Lam Kho.

Amy Sedaris and Mo Rocca offer advice on dealing with family, Radiolab's Robert Krulwich tells of a lovesick turkey, and we call Butterball’s hotline for life advice.

A famous sandwich shop in Aleppo, Syria, played a key role in changing Shadi Martini's life forever. We conclude our quest to find out whether it survived the Syrian Civil War.

Before Aleppo became famous for fighting, it was famous for food. This week we go on a quest to find out whether a beloved sandwich shop has survived the Syrian Civil War.

I often get emails from listeners traveling to New York who want restaurant recommendations. So now here they are, in one handy place!

The comedy icon discusses the role food can play in comedy and drama. Plus, he tells us why learning a new part is like eating spaghetti and meatballs.

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Dan travels to Prince's Hot Chicken in Nashville, where hot chicken was invented, to explore the restaurant's complicated history with race -- from segregation to today.

Two friends call in for help settling a long-running feud, and Kenji Lopez-Alt explains the science of burgers taken to go.

During the week Devin Pickard is the pitmaster at his family's BBQ restaurant in Centerville, Tennessee. But on Sundays he trades the pit for the pulpit at the local church where he preaches.

Behind the spiky hair and donkey sauce is a savvy businessman who's been obsessed with finding success in the world of food ever since he was a kid.

While Cuban-Americans in Miami enjoy the dishes their grandparents grew up with, food shortages in Cuba have forced the cuisine there to change. So what defines Cuban food today?