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Comic Paul F. Tompkins explains how his approach to comedy mimics his mother's approach to cooking.

We follow a firefighter who moonlights as an upscale chef as he attempts to get lunch on the table at the firehouse on time. But can he get his crew mates to eat kale?

The influential chef talks about the personality differences between bakers and cooks, why he never orders restaurant specials, and what happens when a perfectionist cooks with his kids.

We discuss tradition and the Wheel Of Infinite Thanksgiving Anxiety with legendary food writer Mimi Sheraton, Milk Street's Christopher Kimball, and cookbook author Kian Lam Kho.

Behind the spiky hair and donkey sauce is a savvy businessman who's been obsessed with finding success in the world of food ever since he was a kid.

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While Cuban-Americans in Miami enjoy the dishes their grandparents grew up with, food shortages in Cuba have forced the cuisine there to change. So what defines Cuban food today?

The longtime Reading Rainbow host and Star Trek star talks about the power of food memories and the art of PB&J. Plus he performs dramatic readings of recipes.

As a struggling young actor, Ty Burrell pretended to be a guest at hotels to get the free breakfast buffet. Now he fights the urge to pocket food at the Emmys.

Dan and his wife Janie are both white and Jewish, both raised in the NY area. In many ways it's an easy fit. But not so much with food. In part four of Your Mom's Food, they talk about navigating the