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We follow one woman through a year of eating disorder recovery, as she struggles to fulfill her new year's resolution to eat without fear.

Fifty years after the panic about "Chinese Restaurant Syndrome" began, we explore how faulty science and perceptions of race and class contributed to the making of a food myth that persists today.

Richard Blais started his culinary career "hiding" in the kitchen at McDonald's. Now he's a regular on cooking TV shows. But he had to relearn everything he knew about cooking to make it on TV.

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 shows from 2017.

We explore Star Wars food with The Food Lab's Kenji Lopez-Alt, Nerdette's Greta Johnsen, and the recipe developer behind Han Solo Frozen In Carbonite Jello Mold.

We talk to three inventors who've sacrificed everything -- from their life savings to their gall bladders -- in pursuit of their dream of changing the way we eat and drink.

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We travel to DC to learn about a quintessentially librarian cooking club, founded in 1949, that's in danger of disappearing.

The influential chef talks about the personality differences between bakers and cooks, why he never orders restaurant specials, and what happens when a perfectionist cooks with his kids.

Julia Turner of the Slate Culture Gabfest offers muffin opinions, muffin analysis, and muffin heresy. Listen to gain a new appreciation for the nuances of muffindom.

We discuss tradition and the Wheel Of Infinite Thanksgiving Anxiety with legendary food writer Mimi Sheraton, Milk Street's Christopher Kimball, and cookbook author Kian Lam Kho.

A famous sandwich shop in Aleppo, Syria, played a key role in changing Shadi Martini's life forever. We conclude our quest to find out whether it survived the Syrian Civil War.