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Listeners call in to confess their quirkiest eating habits and desires. But if we’re all weird, doesn’t that make us normal?

How do you get an indecisive group to go to your preferred restaurant? Is pizza a type of flatbread? And if friends say your salsa’s too spicy, should you make milder salsa or get spicier friends?

In this Sporkful we take your calls! Rhonda in Memphis rants against nacho cheese, Cindy in Portland needs help reheating cinnamon rolls, and Chris and Renee in Berkeley argue about string cheese.

Dan takes a call from two Eaters who can't agree on whether a dish one makes qualifies as soup. Listen to each side, watch the video evidence, and cast your vote.

Joe Latham of Idaho called in to The Sporkful with a problem. He hates onions, but his mom is cooking for eight kids and can't handle special requests, so there are onions in his food. I gave him my a

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Eater Josh calls in with a tip on how to gently steer your friends to the eatery of your choice, without them even knowing what happened.

A listener is frustrated by people who call themselves vegetarians but still eat fish, and wants to know how to politely call such people out on it. Slate's L.V. Anderson says we shouldn't get so hung

Young Miriam learned from The Sporkful that inverting foods to put certain elements directly on your tongue increases deliciousness. But she's still mastering the technique. Her mom wants advice, and

There's one moment when the standard ice cream cone becomes special, when the ice cream partially melts and cascades into the chasm below. But that moment is far too short. Eater Matt has an eatovatio