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By The Book co-hosts Kristen Meinzer and Jolenta Greenberg join Dan to answer listener questions about tipping, who owns leftovers, and what to do with dinner guests who arrive very early.

What should you cook for breakfast the morning after? How can couples share power in the kitchen? Ahead of Valentine's Day, we talk food and relationships with sex advice columnist Dan Savage.

In part two of our special series Ask Mimi, legendary food critic Mimi Sheraton discusses being a working mother, eating alone, and mac and cheese. Plus Brendan Francis Newnam argues against brunch.

In this special four-part series, legendary food writer Mimi Sheraton offers advice on food and life to callers and celebrity guests. This week: critical mothers, edible weed, and grandparenthood.

A husband irked by his wife's loud chewing noises calls in for advice, and Cooks Illustrated's Dan Souza tells us how science can help get ketchup out of the bottle.

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A couple calls in for advice about food tensions in their intercultural relationship, and New Yorker food writer Helen Rosner tells us why all relationships are "inter-everything."

A married couple calls in for advice about the ethics of free ice cream samples, and Cooks Illustrated's Dan Souza reveals the artisanal ice cream industry's biggest secret.

Two friends call in for help settling a long-running feud, and Kenji Lopez-Alt explains the science of burgers taken to go.

A neuroscientist calls in to debate the geometry of pizza, and food science guru Kenji Lopez-Alt explains how woodworking can help us make a better bagel and cream cheese.