This week's entire episode is a game: Two Chefs And A Lie. The rules are simple. Dan will speak with three alleged chefs. Then he, and you, have to figure out which one's a fake.
Fashion icon Simon Doonan talks us through his views on food and its curious connections to fashion, self-help, Marianne Williamson, and surviving the HIV crisis in the 1980s.
The husband-and-wife comedians help Dan and his wife Janie work out long-simmering arguments over hand soap and dinner parties. Plus, Natasha and Moshe discuss their own marital tensions.
The founder of Milk Street hates celebrations and says pleasure's annoying. He tells us why he thinks cooking isn't about either, and how he got this way.
The hilarious Amy Pearl, aka "Alpha Gal," returns to The Sporkful to draw on her expertise to help a listener who, like Amy, is living with a serious food allergy.
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!
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.
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