Dan visits Chicago's legendary hot dog joint Hot Doug's, which is closing down in October despite million dollar offers to expand. Plus he argues that hot dogs are sandwiches and tells the story of the time hot dogs defeated the Nazis.
Melon balls look nice, but they roll all over the plate. Squares and rectangles are fine but boring. By employing the same spiral cut technology used for Easter hams, we can eat watermelon better.
Like burying beetles and blowflies, parents are natural scavengers. Watch this video to learn where to draw the line between edible and trash-worthy.
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Stuck with bad hot dog buns? Plagued by overcondimentation? There's a better way. Watch the latest installment of You're Eating It Wrong.
Dan talks to a third generation peanut man to find out the best way to crack open a peanut, and debates the ideal popcorn-to-peanut ratio in a box of Cracker Jack with a former Shea Stadium food vendor.
Singer/songwriter Kelis (of "Milkshake" fame) is also a trained chef whose new album is called "Food." She joins Dan to explain why, if she were a kitchen implement, she'd be a cast iron skillet.