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Dorie Greenspan is revered among home bakers for her foolproof recipes. So what's she doing that makes her recipes better than others? We travel to her home and watch her test a recipe to find out.

After resolving to eat more butter in 2011 and more grilled red onions in 2012, it's time for me to unveil my 2013 New Year's Food Resolution. What's yours?

  Dan and Win trade eating observations and experiences from their recent trips to Los Angeles, including Dan's first ever In-N-Out Burger, and his trip to the most pretentious coffee shop ever. Plus Dan shares interviews he did there with Cooking Channel's "Classy Ladies" (Alie and Georgia), and Food Network's Adam Gertler (Next Food Network Star, Kid in a Candy Store). Alie and

We cover the the problem with everything bagels, to toast or not to toast, how big is too big, and the perils of bagel sandwichization. Photo: Flickr CC / stevendepolo

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 these lofty aspirations, you can imagine that it's especially fulfilling when we get emails like the one we received recently

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 me at the table. Multiple kinds of bread and pastries, some toasted. There was an array of preserves, meats, cheeses,