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Sporkful listeners and Dan reveal what they resolve to eat more of in the new year. Plus we replay one of our weirdest, favoritest shows from 2016.

Chef Charles Phan shows us the right way to eat Vietnamese pho. Then we take a deep dive into the science of soup slurping with a researcher who studies the mechanics of eating.

It's New Year's resolution time. Check out the list of what we'll be eating more of in 2015 at The Sporkful, and tell us what's on your list!

Slate's L.V. Anderson joins Dan to debate ideal ramen cooking methods and to explain what curly hair can teach you about ramen. Plus Dan introduces several new techniques for ramen preparation.

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

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We explore chicken piece size, dipping techniques, and even using chicken soup as a topping. Bonus: the deceptive danger of shrimp. Photo: Flickr CC / travelust

Our recent conversation with a caller about foods where composition inhibits eating caught the ear of food editor Kathryn Rem, whose article appears now in various papers. Among her gripes are "salads with hunks of lettuce

On this week's show we take a call from Wayne, who also emailed us some photos to illustrate the reason for his call. He writes: Listen- there is a problem out there and no one is addressing it. Restaurants are putting

I was lucky enough to be at a recent whole hog dinner, simultaneously celebrating multiple engagements, anniversaries and birthdays. We devoured a 24-pound roasted pig, nose to tail. Though we were a large group with formidable appetites, there's plenty of