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Food is one way children adopted from other countries can connect with their heritage. But what happens when those kids grow up and decide they want more?

The comedian finds deep meaning in his favorite cereal and lives the same way he eats his biryani -- pulling out the good bits and pushing the weird stuff to the side.

Ahead of a new series on race, culture, and food, we're repeating "Other People's Food." Actress Rosie Perez says she's fed up with stereotypes of her and her food.

A Muslim mom in Michigan tells us why cooking helps her get through her Ramadan fast. And Dan shares an iftar meal with a Muslim taxi driver speeding through New York City.

The actress says she's fed up with stereotypes of her and her food. And she tells the story of eating in Puerto Rico for the first time and thinking, "This is me."

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The Sporkful Family Food Court is back in session. Listeners call in with disputes over when to eat movie popcorn and whether eating salad dressing makes you an adult.

Listeners call in to share stories of food and in-laws. Emma wooed her wife's Christian family with Hanukkah potato pancakes, but Erin's in-laws shunned her vegan diet.