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We crash a college class called Taco Literacy, that explores Mexican history and culture through food. Every taco tells a story -- you just have to know how to read it.

The two comics are old friends, but how well do they really know each other's eating quirks? Plus, Dan reveals what comedians have taught him about food.

When comedian Hari Kondabolu isn't delivering incisive jokes about politics and identity, he's dreaming of being locked inside a magical bakery. Plus, Hari tells us why you shouldn't ask him about Ind

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

After months of searching, we finally meet "the Donut King" and learn what happened to him. He's returned to the Cambodian community seeking redemption. But will he find it?

After escaping Cambodia's "Killing Fields," Ted Ngoy built a donut empire in California. Then he lost it all, and disappeared. This week we're searching for the Donut King -- and his legacy.

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Gustavo Alvarez didn't learn to cook until he went to prison. Sharing food there was a way to win friends and find comfort in a rough place. But cooking was also the ultimate survival skill.

A couple calls in for advice about food tensions in their intercultural relationship, and New Yorker food writer Helen Rosner tells us why all relationships are "inter-everything."

In cooking and eating, sound is the forgotten sense. But you can tell whether you're cutting scallions correctly, or how good your chocolate is, by the sounds they make.

Is there really a difference between cheap and expensive vodkas? We go on a mission to learn how super premium vodka is made and marketed. Then we make our own, to see how it measures up.

Comic Paul F. Tompkins explains how his approach to comedy mimics his mother's approach to cooking.