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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

Eater Matt from Chicago calls in to say that he offers a disclaimer when ordering a chocolate muffin, to distinguish it from a cupcake and "add a veneer of respectability." Do you think that's necessa

Dan speaks with nacho experts and eaters at the first NY Nacho and Craft Beer Festival about nacho construction, the trend towards single serve nachos, and more. Plus, a caller takes issue with Dan's

In the annual Halloween show Dan interviews his aunt Meryl, a 50-something woman who eats sweets like she's five. She uses her dog to score candy and equates animal crackers to cereal. Plus callers de

Dan talks to chefs and eaters at the Second Annual Brooklyn Grilled Sandwich Smackdown about what constitutes a grilled sandwich, the ethics of picking pieces of stray pork off a public serving tray w

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We debate potlucks, including how much the host should try to manage what guests bring, the ethics of bringing bought food, and strategies for the potluck eater. Dan argues they don't call it a potLUC

We had so much to say about popcorn, it couldn't be contained in last week's episode. In this edition our first ever guest Win Rosenfeld, who we worked with at The Bryant Park Project on NPR, takes issue with certain