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Ron Funches returns to The Sporkful to talk about how losing weight has changed the way people treat him, and the way he perceives himself. Plus he updates us on his autistic son Malcom.

Comedian and Daily Show correspondent Roy Wood Jr. joins us to discuss McRib conspiracy theories, the dangers of touring the south as a black comic, and what he learned about food from his dad.

See The Sporkful live with host Dan Pashman and special guests -- coming soon to a city (hopefully) near you!

What should you cook for breakfast the morning after? How can couples share power in the kitchen? Ahead of Valentine's Day, we talk food and relationships with sex advice columnist Dan Savage.

What are the craziest things parents do to get their picky eating kids to eat? The author of "Weird Parenting Wins" shares some stories. Plus, kids call in.

Why do picky eaters face so much judgment? Is picky eating even actually a problem? We talk to two twins who grew up in a family of proud picky eaters and an expert to find out.

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Bourbon's growing popularity is changing an industry with deep roots in Kentucky. We travel there to learn what that means for one of the oldest and one of the youngest bourbon masters.

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.