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British-born TV writer June Thomas shares childhood memories of fish, chips, and a magical pan of lard, and shares strategies for eating in front of the TV, which she does A LOT.

I spent six months "studying" in London back in 1998, where I learned that English people care much more about the taste of beer than the taste of food. But it was also in London where I first learned

Cameron enjoys some open-faced smoked kahawai sandwiches. Unfortunately, I didn't get to have this when I was in New Zealand with my wife, but only because there was so much out of this world good food there (Australia too) that

See the full gallery on Posterous (Before we talk about Japan's food, here's a list of organizations accepting donations for disaster relief.) My recent trip to Japan was a work trip, but I made time to explore and support the excellent

Our recent conversation with a caller about foods where composition inhibits eating caught the ear of food editor Kathryn Rem, whose article appears now in various papers. Among her gripes are "salads with hunks of lettuce

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The awesome dinner in Hawaii with an all-star team of local food journalists was amazing, but it wasn't the only great meal I had there. I was in Hawaii for a journalism conference held by the East-West Center. I fully

We didn't have time to include Dan's challenging and admittedly only moderately effective technique for saving sushi in our latest episode. But we'd love to know what you think about his multi-pronged process. /mark

From Amanda in Chicago, a momentarily stressed-out lover of raw fish: This meal was a reward for making it through a particularly harrowing day at work. The store I was managing at the time was the epitome of the Bermuda triangle of technology issues. So I picked

A New York Times staffer, and well-placed Sporkful source, sent us this photo. Apparently the Old Gray Lady is not above a good office imbroglio.