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The native Minnesotan explains why a little internal bleeding can't keep her from a treat, and why the way she eats salad is like the way she deals with depression.

Disordered eating, anti-blackness, and addiction all bubble together in Kiese Laymon’s new memoir, Heavy. "Food to me is a paradoxical way to get into all of the mess of what we are,” he says.

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

When Dan hit 40, he noticed his body wasn't feeling as good. So recently, he embarked on a journey to change his lifestyle. Today, you'll meet the three people who've inspired him.

Ben Abbott wants to pair his meals with drinks, but as a Mormon, he doesn't drink alcohol. So Dan journeys to an offbeat soda shop in Los Angeles to find Ben some beverages.

Last week we talked hibachi and why it's complicated. This week, we take your questions and discuss, with friends-of-the-show and cookbook authors Kenji López-Alt and Nicole Taylor.

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We look at the skill it takes to be a great hibachi chef, and what happens when the performance becomes problematic.

Josie Long and Jonny Donahoe love food, but they've also struggled with disordered eating. Can they share that love with their daughter without the parts they’re determined not to pass down?

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 express their contrasting perspectives.

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.