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As a struggling young actor, Ty Burrell pretended to be a guest at hotels to get the free breakfast buffet. Now he fights the urge to pocket food at the Emmys.

The humorist gets deep on ravioli – from Chef Boyardee to his grandma's recipe to "the Kenny G of ravioli." Plus Mo and Dan debate Latin grammar, and Mo tells us about a meal that almost killed him.

The humorist and Cooking Channel host joins Dan to talk about his grandma, debate whether square or round ravioli is better, and tell us which variety is the Kenny G of ravioli.

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.

In Sporkful 147, Dan heads to Rockefeller Center to talk to people about Christmas dinner strategies and preferences. Plus a couple calls in for help settling a dispute over the correct way to drink w

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Slate's Julia Turner joins Dan to discuss the merits of short vs. long pastas, which shapes should be eliminated, and the best ways to get different shapes into your mouth, including the question of w

From Lindsay in Surrey, BC, Canada.12:40pm: Leftover (from last night) spinach and ricotta cannelloni and leftover (from breakfast) iced coffee. The cannelloni recipe I have is enough to fill a square glass baking pan and an extra rectangular one. The square

My after-lunch espresso started fine, with a well-pulled shot bearing respectable crema. I like just a touch of sugar in mine, so I very gently tipped the opaque, silver sugar pourer over my cup. I was shocked when a thin,

I first proposed spaghetti tacos in early 2002, as a way to simultaneously utilize leftover pasta and deplete an intimidatingly tall stack of fresh corn tortillas. The reply I got was, "I like fusion cuisine, but that is too fused."