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As conceived in this week's Sporkful (with legendary Oklahoma weatherman Gary England), the Shattuck Tornado is cherry cobbler, vanilla ice cream and hot fudge. Plus Gary's secret ingredient.

The advent of the Dairy Queen Blizzard was a seminal moment in my development as an eater and a fat kid. Years later, a vivid dream led me to compose this great (read: terrible) work of poetry.

Dan sits down with the man behind "Eat It," "Fat," "My Balogna," "I Love Rocky Road," and so many other classic food-related parody songs. This is a special one, Eaters.

"Rev" David Ciancio of Burger Conquest joins Dan for one of the more passionate burger conversations you'll ever hear. They cover burger-to-bun ratios, perfect patty formation, cheese on the bottom, a

Dan takes a call from two Eaters who can't agree on whether a dish one makes qualifies as soup. Listen to each side, watch the video evidence, and cast your vote.

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In Sporkful 151 Dan interviews the curators of a new food exhibit at the Museum of Natural History and finds out what dinosaur eggs tasted like, how Jane Austen liked her ice cream, and so much more.

There's one moment when the standard ice cream cone becomes special, when the ice cream partially melts and cascades into the chasm below. But that moment is far too short. Eater Matt has an eatovatio

What did dinosaur eggs taste like? How was Jane Austen's dessert shaped? How do you make ice cream on an uninhabited island in the summer? Answers and more in Dan's favorite Sporkful of the year!

Laurie March and I experiment with a ricotta-based ice cream that you can make without an ice cream maker. It was so good that when I tried it I said, "DAAAMMMMNNN!" But they cut that out becuase it m