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The music icon couldn't eat in restaurants while touring the segregated South in the 60s. Now she cooks for herself on the road. Plus, she tells us what she really thinks of pumpkin pie.

We eat hand-pulled mozzarella with the former Van Halen frontman and drink beer out of paper cups with the legendary French chef. Turns out neither of these guys is who you think they are.

Weird Al dissects his many food songs, from “My Balogna” to “Eat It,” “The White Stuff” and more. Plus, he explains why he always questions authority—except when he’s cooking.

I eat hand-pulled mozzarella with the former Van Halen frontman and drink beer out of paper cups with the legendary French chef. Turns out neither of these guys is who you think they are.

The band Spoon discusses their post-show microwave popcorn ritual, a mathematician slices a bagel into a Mobius strip, and an opera singer performs an aria about donuts. Live on stage from Chicago!

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I try chicken feet and a dessert soup called tang yuan with some passionate eaters who are defying stereotypes of Asian-Americans.

The Two Man Gentlemen Band performs "Pork Chops" and "Fancy Beer" and shares tips for eating while driving a tour van. Plus the host of Food Is The New Rock on the intersection of food and music.

Singer/songwriter Kelis (of "Milkshake" fame) is also a trained chef whose new album is called "Food." She joins Dan to explain why, if she were a kitchen implement, she'd be a cast iron skillet.