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What judgments do we make about a restaurant's food based on how the people working there look?

In part two of our special series Ask Mimi, legendary food critic Mimi Sheraton discusses being a working mother, eating alone, and mac and cheese. Plus Brendan Francis Newnam argues against brunch.

Dan sets out on a mission in which he attempts to take three actions to alleviate his food guilt: compost, spice up his leftovers, and figure out what expiration dates actually mean.

Samin Nosrat, author of the bestselling cookbook "Salt Fat Acid Heat", joins Dan to talk about feeling like an outsider, sexism and pretentiousness in food, and the finer points of toast.

In this special four-part series, legendary food writer Mimi Sheraton offers advice on food and life to callers and celebrity guests. This week: critical mothers, edible weed, and grandparenthood.

The Food Network star joins Dan to talk about the best way to eat popcorn, the relative merits of forks and knives, and how his divorce changed the way he cooks.

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We follow one family’s complicated relationship with Jell-O.

Ever dreamed of working on The Sporkful? Here's your chance!

Comedian Tim Dillon and Dan go out for lunch in Tim's home town on Long Island. Tim talks about why the seafood he grew up with is so important to him, and why rich people don't care about food.

Dan travels to Palm Desert, California, to ring in the Jewish sabbath with a group of seniors at the fast food chain Wendy’s.

Dan's wife Janie and their kids Becky and Emily join the show to solve listeners' food-related relationship issues and dilemmas.