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A Muslim mom in Michigan tells us why cooking helps her get through her Ramadan fast. And Dan shares an iftar meal with a Muslim taxi driver speeding through New York City.

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We explore the future of carnivorousness -- from meat grown in labs to veggie burgers that really bleed to the hybrid car of burgers.

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Nikki didn't really understand her relationship with food until she could barely eat anything. Now her kids are struggling to accept her new diet.

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Weird Al dissects his many food songs, from “My Balogna” to “Eat It,” “The White Stuff” and more. Plus, he explains why he always questions authority—except when he’s cooking.

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Everyone remembers school lunch. We talk to Sporkful listeners and a group of fifth graders about the meals and experiences that changed them forever -- for better or worse.

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The actor and writer isn't a fan of American food excess -- except when it provides the perfect metaphor for his own tri-cultural upbringing.

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Two couples call in to settle longstanding food disputes. But are these marital spats really just about leftovers and dessert? Dan and Serious Eats' Kenji Lopez-Alt get to the bottom of it.

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The native Minnesotan explains why a little internal bleeding can't keep her from a treat, and why the way she eats salad is like the way she deals with depression.

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The man who runs one of the biggest matzoh factories in the world schools us on the science behind these excellent crackers. Then Dan debates kosher law with a rabbi.

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When I traveled to the Manischewitz factory in New Jersey, they told me how the women in their test kitchen make matzoh brei.

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