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I talk to the woman whose family introduced America to Belgian waffles more than 50 years ago, and a young waffle-maker who’s shaking things up. Can they find common ground?

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Shower beers have long been a delicious, easy way to pamper yourself. But some Sporkful listeners take shower drinking -- and eating -- to a whole new level.

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This soothing soup is ideal shower cuisine. Fire up your shower -- and your stove -- and pamper yourself!

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The band Spoon discusses their post-show microwave popcorn ritual, a mathematician slices a bagel into a Mobius strip, and an opera singer performs an aria about donuts. Live on stage from Chicago!

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Last week's Sporkful episode explored eating and drinking in the shower, but we're hardly the first show to feature this food sub-culture.

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Live on stage from Chicago! Hot Doug explains why he turned down millions and closed his famous sausage shop, and one of the top chefs in the world reveals his favorite candy.

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Jen in D.C. calls in for guidance on eating well while dating a picky eater, and a feuding couple debates the best way to eat a corn muffin.

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The food-obsessed comic discusses eating with his five children, navigating birthday parties and buffets, his dad's steaks, and when it's OK to lie to your kids.

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Adam and Jonathan in L.A. call in to debate a dystopian future with only one cheese, and Erica in Illinois asks when a grilled cheese has so many fillings, it's no longer a grilled cheese.

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Comic Wyatt Cenac takes me for curry goat in his old neighborhood and tells me how it feels to go out to eat in the place where you grew up -- and suddenly realize you're an outsider.

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I fill a New York City taxi full of food and take it to JFK Airport at sundown to break the Ramadan fast with Muslim cab drivers. What could go wrong?

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