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In cooking and eating, sound is the forgotten sense. But you can tell whether you're cutting scallions correctly, or how good your chocolate is, by the sounds they make.

We travel to DC to learn about a quintessentially librarian cooking club, founded in 1949, that's in danger of disappearing.

Food writer David Leite talks about how bipolar disorder affects what he cooks and eats. Plus he and Dan bond over the difficulties of being neurotic party hosts.

We eat hand-pulled mozzarella with the former Van Halen frontman and drink beer out of paper cups with the legendary French chef. Turns out neither of these guys is who you think they are.

Everything went wrong when On the Media's Brooke Gladstone and I tried to cook her patented Thanksgiving dessert together. But despite the splatter on the walls, we had a blast and the food was great.

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The founder of America’s Test Kitchen hates celebrations and says pleasure's annoying. He explains why he thinks cooking isn't about either, and how he got this way.

Changing background music can make chocolate taste sweeter. And you can tell whether you're cutting scallions correctly by the sound they make. Hear (and taste) the difference yourself in this show!

I eat hand-pulled mozzarella with the former Van Halen frontman and drink beer out of paper cups with the legendary French chef. Turns out neither of these guys is who you think they are.

Radiolab's Jad Abumrad and I explore the new frontier of weed-infused foods with a pastry chef. We’ll tell you how it tastes, how it makes us feel, and what happens when you eat too much of it.