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Slate's Mike Pesca and I discuss what you can tell about a workplace based on the kitchen. Then I offer Mike a detailed critique of his sandwich construction methods.

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I talk to a guy who used a Freedom of Information Act request to pry open the CIA cafeteria suggestion box. It turns out even spies hate stale bread. Plus, the unwritten rules of office potlucks.

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Your philosophy about how a communal fridge should be used says a lot about how you think society should function. This week on the podcast, listeners call in to express contrasting perspectives.

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It’s Elkhart, Indiana, 2001. Two inches of Heather Coleman's turkey club disappear from her office fridge. The thief is nowhere to be found. And Heather’s life will never be the same.

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In this episode of "You're Eating It Wrong," Dan and Portlandia stars Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein help you optimize your morning coffee order.

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From pairing beer with weather to dining out when you're in a wheelchair, The Sporkful's live shows at SXSW won't be your typical convention fare.

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Tips for making life easier for the servers and bartenders, who work so hard so that we can enjoy our nights out.

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I talk to the founder and curator of the Moist Towelette Museum, then and a friend and I debate napkin technique and whether restaurants should use scented hand soap.

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I run around Philly eating the city's most iconic foods, then bring samples to a scientist at the Monell Chemical Senses Center to learn why greasy treats like scrapple and cheesesteak are so good.

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I try chicken feet and a dessert soup called tang yuan with some passionate eaters who are defying stereotypes of Asian-Americans.

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What do you cook for breakfast the morning after? How can couples share power in the kitchen? We talk food and relationships with advice columnist Dan Savage and Death, Sex and Money’s Anna Sale.

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