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We tour the kitchens of one of America's most famous plantations, Thomas Jefferson's Monticello, with three descendants of enslaved Virginians.

Bourbon's growing popularity is changing an industry with deep roots in Kentucky. We travel there to learn what that means for one of the oldest and one of the youngest bourbon masters.

Celery was the hottest food trend in early 1900s America. Why did it fall from grace? And can it ever make a comeback?

Dan travels through time in search of a coconut cake.

Football announcer Howard Cosell played an unlikely role in popularizing nachos, as we hear when Dan sits down with his friend Mike Pesca, host of The Gist podcast. And Mike rants about restaurants.

"I love pizza, but I really don't think I'm insane," says Scott Wiener, who limits his consumption to 15 slices per week, and has a Guinness World Record holding collection of 1,400 pizza boxes.