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Celery was the hottest food trend in early 1900s America. Why did it fall from grace? And can it ever make a comeback?

Sporkful listeners and Dan reveal what food they resolve to eat more of in the new year -- and why. Plus we replay one of our favorite episodes of 2018.

We explore the history of an iconic American food couple -- cereal and milk -- with help from NYT food correspondent Kim Severson and author Mark Kurlansky.

We follow barbecue from West Africa to the American South to the south side of Chicago, with help from culinary historian Michael Twitty and a pitmaster in Chicago.

We learn about the holiday drink that’s the centerpiece of Puerto Rican Christmas celebrations, and we hear how Hurricane Maria changed Christmas for one Puerto Rican family.

Puerto Rico's boozy holiday drink of choice is a coconut-y spin on eggnog: coquito. Tania Lopez's recipe can be adapted for vegans and children.

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When the TV chef started her food career, she turned her back on the food she grew up with. Her journey back includes false starts, U-turns, and a mail truck full of sandwiches.

In honor of the men and women in uniform spending Thanksgiving far from their families, we bring you stories of their meals on the front lines -- from fishing with grenades in WWII to an unforgettable

Mimi Sheraton discusses the etiquette of free food samples and offers NPR host Ophira Eisenberg advice for dealing with her picky eater husband. Plus, Mimi's final words of wisdom for living and eatin

Emily and Patrick have to learn to work together, if they're going to be together for the long haul. They get advice from Dan and food writer Nicole Taylor, who returns to ride shotgun.