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Nikki didn't really understand her relationship with food until she could barely eat anything. Now her kids are struggling to accept her new diet.

Two couples call in to settle longstanding food disputes. But are these marital spats really just about leftovers and dessert? Dan and Serious Eats' Kenji Lopez-Alt get to the bottom of it.

A married couple calls in to debate whether to make their kids eat green beans with silverware. But like so many marital disputes, this one isn't really about green beans.

The Sporkful Family Food Court is back in session. Listeners call in with disputes over when to eat movie popcorn and whether eating salad dressing makes you an adult.

We reveal the foods we resolve to eat more of next year and replay our favorite episode from 2015. If you've ever sipped a beer in the shower, this one's for you.

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Live on stage, the famously opinionated restaurant critic takes questions from Sporkful listeners on latte foam preservation, carrot stick-to-dip ratio, and when in a meal to take the best bite.

Sporkful listeners with family food feuds call in for my advice on eating pancakes and cookies. But it turns out these domestic disputes are really about love. And also pancakes and cookies.

Lilly and her father Chris disagree on the best way to make root beer floats, but they're on the same page when it comes to this classic treat's restorative powers.

Two Sporkful listeners call in to debate the best way to make enchiladas: flat (lasagna style) or rolled. Can my advice restore peace and save Enchilada Party Night?