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When Marc Maron joined us for a show on coffee it happened to be during the Jewish holiday of Purim, when it's customary to eat hamentaschen cookies. So before we got to talking coffee, I shared some

Dan explains why he thinks Thin Mints are overrated and takes issue with Girl Scout Cookie nomenclature, while Mark holds forth on the best serving temperature for Thin Mints, and both hosts debate the strengths and weaknesses of Peanut Butter

We offer some rather amazing ways to consume Girl Scout Cookies, by combining them with things like ham, potato chips, and much more. All the while we take inspiration from the Girl Scout credo: Coura

Monday is Anzac Day, honoring Australia and New Zealand's veterans. I first learned of this back when I worked with Dan at NPR. Our Australian born engineer Manoli made us an tasty batch of the Anzac biscuits (what we Americans

We had a delightful conversation with Cassie, the Daisy Scout who (along with her mom fellow NPR Bryant Park Project alum Tricia McKinney) sold us a massive batch of Girl Scout Cookies for audio/video experimentation and debate. Our whole conversation

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Dan and Mark talk Girl Scout Cookies with fellow NPR Bryant Park Project alum Tricia McKinney and her daughter Cassie, the supplier of The Sporkful's eight boxes of Girl Scout Cookies. /mark http://player.wizzard.tv/player/o/i/x/130249530223/config/k-606246fde1bd8def/uuid/root/episode/k-0bbd61639304cc2b.m4v Photo: Flickr CC /

We're putting together two audio episodes and a video on Girl Scout Cookies. As we mentioned, we got our large batch of cookies from Cassie, daughter of our fellow NPR Bryant Park Project alum Tricia McKinney. We talked to both

In this week's call in smorgasbord, a listener in Oregon rants about restaurants that pick style over eatability, an Illinois eater stands up for vegetarians, and an Ohio man shares a tale of love lost, cookies baked, and ultimate redemption.

In this week's show, listener Pat in Ohio regales us with a tale of unrequited love, cookies, and ultimate redemption. Make these cookies for someone you covet, and if your cookies are rejected, you'll know it wasn't meant to be.