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The comic discusses food shame and whether the high from eating sausage gravy is worth the sadness that follows.

Comedian Marc Maron and I debate everything from temperature contrast in breakfast sandwiches to the efficacy of melon balls. Plus Maron on food shame and a recap my own Thanksgiving turkey anxiety.

I brought Maron a couple of hamentaschen, one of which my wife had made (and deemed a bad batch) and one of which I didn't cook. Listen to his priceless reaction.

Mrs. Sporkful and Dan's mom make their Sporkful debuts, joined by food blogger Sarah Sprague, pastry chef Emily Vail, and others, all to discuss the art and science of tailgating. Taped in the parking

We're strong supporters of using coffee ice cubes in iced coffee for maximum awesomeness without shameful dilution, despite what Marc Maron may say. Our inbox overflows with reader feedback on the growth of this ice cube movement. (Also, our blog

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Our episode with Marc Maron from the WTF podcast launched a movement to use coffee ice cubes to prevent iced coffee dilution. Actually, we're not sure we can take credit for the movement, but in any

Hot weather means ice coffee time, and as you've heard from our episode with Marc Maron from the WTF podcast, I'm a big believer in iced coffee in its purest form: made with coffee iced cubes. Sporkful Eaters have documented

In honor of the great Marc Maron'srecent endorsement of The Sporkful, we're replaying his classic appearance on our podcast. Maron describes his dream cup of coffee, Mark Garrison extols the virtues of coffee ice cubes in iced coffee, and Dan

When Marc Maron joined us for a show on coffee it happened to be during the Jewish holiday of Purim, when it's customary to eat hamentaschen cookies. So before we got to talking coffee, I shared some