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Dan and his wife Janie are both white and Jewish, both raised in the NY area. In many ways it's an easy fit. But not so much with food. In part four of Your Mom's Food, they talk about navigating the

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The TV host's Afro-Cuban mom and Irish-Australian dad got married when interracial marriage was still illegal in much of the US. She tells us how different cultures came together on the dinner table.

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When a meat-and-potatoes white girl falls in love with an Indian vegetarian, what food will be their food? And how will their families feel about their choices?

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Food is one way children adopted from other countries can connect with their heritage. But what happens when those kids grow up and decide they want more?

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The MSNBC host nerds out on cocktails, debates lime wheels vs. wedges, and speculates about what the bartenders in heaven are like.

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Food Network star Jet Tila talks about the challenges of making unfamiliar foods accessible and why he considers himself more a businessman than a chef.

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Psychologist Charles Spence says "taste" is influenced by many different factors -- from the background music in a restaurant to your own DNA and even the shape of your spoon.

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Food writer David Leite talks about how bipolar disorder affects what he cooks and eats. Plus he and Dan bond over the difficulties of being neurotic party hosts.

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Tim "Eater X" Janus talks about how being a competitive eater affects your dating life, how much money these guys actually make, what happens when people on the circuit try to cheat.

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The author of "Shrill" and leader of the fat acceptance movement says, "As a fat person, you’re always under surveillance when you’re eating."

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