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One of Wonder Bread's first slogans was, "Untouched by human hands." But baker Amy Scherber says using hands is the key. We discuss how we got from there to here, and Amy offers a great focaccia recip

A listener wants to debate whether it's better to combine foods on the fork or in your mouth, a couple disagrees over the correct name for the end of a loaf of bread, and a woman recounts the tale of

Part of our vision for The Sporkful has always been to create a clearinghouse for innovations in the field of eating. Some day we hope to bring all this collective knowledge together to found Sporkful University, motto: Ruminate, Masticate, Promulgate.  With

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m2qxhWmdIrs?wmode=transparent Our next episode is on BLTs. We examine the ingredients and construction and explain which ingredient is most like Kevin Spacey in The Usual Suspects. Sculptor Claes Oldenburg comes up too. That's his work "Giant BLT" in the video here.

Cameron enjoys some open-faced smoked kahawai sandwiches. Unfortunately, I didn't get to have this when I was in New Zealand with my wife, but only because there was so much out of this world good food there (Australia too) that

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On one of my first visits to Germany, I stayed with friends who asked if I wanted bread, just a little afternoon snack. I never turn down food, so naturally I said sure. I was blown away with what awaited

It's the logical conclusion of Dan and Mark's toast series: butter. Various butter modifications and delivery systems are discussed and debated, including bread, toast and lobster.     Photo: Flickr CC / joeshlabotnik

Dan brags about his new (used 30-year-old) toaster, then he and Mark discuss the pros and cons of thick vs. thin toast and the importance of maintaining toast strata. Next week they debate buttering both sides of your toast, and

This photo comes to us from Keith Dixon, author of the excellent new book "Cooking for Gracie: The Making of a Parent from Scratch", who writes: I made something this morning that reminded me of my all-time favorite Sporkful video, the