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From the Harlem Renaissance to Beyonce and beyond, we explore references to jelly in music that span decades and genres. And the whole episode culminates with our original song about jelly!

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

Caterer-to-the-stars Mary Giuliani talks about what it's really like behind the scenes of the glamorous parties she caters, and her love for pigs in a blanket.

Chef Marcus Samuelssohn learned in culinary school that French cuisine is the gold standard of cooking. One day, he realized that "somebody lied."

Conan’s sidekick tells us why he chose a really nice refrigerator over a sports car. And he traces his issues with weight back to a childhood ice cream outing with his grandmother.

The musician talks about finding deliciousness while on tour, and about trying to alter her brain, in the wake of a bad breakup. Turns out the story also reveals something about her eating habits.

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Bill Nye nerds out on PB&J, explains why he now supports GMOs, and answers our burning food science questions.

Dan's mom, a therapist, joins us to counsel a married couple who can't agree about how to salt their food.

What can an iconic Chicago restaurant tell us about segregation and the Great Migration? Poet and South Side native Nate Marshall joins Dan live on stage in Chicago to perform his poetry and discuss.

We feast on Philly's most iconic foods, then bring samples to a scientist to find out what makes greasy treats like cheesesteak and scrapple so irresistible.

“Queer,” “Young,” “POC” seem to be the only terms people use to describe restaurant critic Soleil Ho. She’s all those things. But she’s also just one imperfect human trying to live her