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Nashville, TN, 3:00 pm. Our pumpkin phase continues, with a Sporkful fan Lauren baking a Pumpkin Spice Layered Cake with Maple Icing, from a fall feast: I had to send you guys this picture in honor of your pumpkin show. Made for a

Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, 4:00pm. Christina created this beautiful coconut layer cake to celebrate her sister-in-law Rebekah's birthday earlier this month. Both are Sporkful fans. Happy belated birthday, Rebekah! You don't have to wait for a special occasion to show us what

The Happy Meal Project we talked about the other day got me thinking about another food seemingly impervious to time. Back when I worked at CNN (long before my journalistic universe expanded to include creating crazy videos about bacon-laced waffles

A recent call-in episode where ice cream cake came up continues to spark debate. (I'll also point you to an earlier post on a musical exploration of the issue.) Mary writes to say that while store bought ice cream cakes sag,

Sporkful fan Cody from Seattle created this sinful demonchild of cake and cheeseburger. Is it a hideous monster or a clever course-melding time saver? Tell us in the comments. Cody says it was "surprisingly good. I wouldn't go so far

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We field calls from a man in Vancouver who despises ice cream cake, a couple in Chicago facing a condimental divide, and a woman in Montana with a philosophical query about granola.  

Attention West Coast. If any of you check this out, let us know if it's worthwhile artistically or foodistically. And do tell what it makes you want more: food, or boxy hipster transport machines. If nothing else, I'm glad to

On next week's show I'll talk a bit about my recent trip to Israel, and the culinary highlights of the voyage. Way up on the list was aranygaluska, a desert made by Mrs. Sporkful's 89-year-old grandmother, who comes from the