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holidays

We talk to three inventors who've sacrificed everything -- from their life savings to their gall bladders -- in pursuit of their dream of changing the way we eat and drink.

We travel to DC to learn about a quintessentially librarian cooking club, founded in 1949, that's in danger of disappearing.

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.

We deliver food to elderly New Yorkers who can't shop or cook for themselves, and talk with them about the role food plays in their lives today.

We talk with coquito masters in Harlem and a moonshiner in the Bronx to learn about the holiday drink that’s the centerpiece of a Puerto Rican Christmas celebration.

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Food science guru Kenji Lopez-Alt shares the recipe for what he says is the absolute best way to cook a turkey. (We call this yoga position "downward facing bird.")

Vegetarians, this cornbread stuffing recipe from Slate's L.V. Anderson is for you.

Amy Sedaris and Mo Rocca offer advice on dealing with family, Radiolab's Robert Krulwich tells of a lovesick turkey, and we call Butterball’s hotline for life advice.

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.