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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.

We follow one woman’s quest to get better coffee in her office, culminating in a companywide taste test. Plus we ask experts whether caffeine actually makes us more productive.

In honor of The Sporkful's sixth anniversary, we're re-releasing our first episode ever, in which Dan and former co-host Mark Garrison debate all things ice cubes.

In this episode of "You're Eating It Wrong," Dan and Portlandia stars Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein help you optimize your morning coffee order.

  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

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We compete to each create three dishes using only foods in the Slate office vending machine and only tools in the Slate office kitchen. In the end we create Chuckles gazpacho and Chex Mix salad dressi

We're strong supporters of using coffee ice cubes in iced coffee for maximum awesomeness without shameful dilution, despite what Marc Maron may say. Our inbox overflows with reader feedback on the growth of this ice cube movement. (Also, our blog

Our episode with Marc Maron from the WTF podcast launched a movement to use coffee ice cubes to prevent iced coffee dilution. Actually, we're not sure we can take credit for the movement, but in any

Hot weather means ice coffee time, and as you've heard from our episode with Marc Maron from the WTF podcast, I'm a big believer in iced coffee in its purest form: made with coffee iced cubes. Sporkful Eaters have documented