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Food is one way children adopted from other countries can connect with their heritage. But what happens when those kids grow up and decide they want more?

Author Roald Dahl's creative and twisted approach to food wasn't limited to his stories. His daughter recalls his witches potions and midnight feasts, and says he based Willy Wonka on himself.

A wife who objects to her husband's embarrassing food hacks calls in for advice, and food science guru Kenji Lopez-Alt explains the science of tomato storage.

Can you experience total food joy when you're always afraid that your next bite could make you sick? Our look at life with food allergies continues.

Conan’s sidekick tells us why he chose a really nice refrigerator over a sports car. And he traces his issues with weight back to a childhood ice cream outing with his grandmother.

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The food-obsessed comic discusses eating with his five children, navigating birthday parties and buffets, his dad's steaks, and when it's OK to lie to your kids.

The popular comedian talks about trying to eat healthier and the frustrations of getting his autistic son to do the same. Plus Ron explains why comedy is a lot like cooking.

Lilly and her father Chris disagree on the best way to make root beer floats, but they're on the same page when it comes to this classic treat's restorative powers.

Kids pitch Hillary Frank (Longest Shortest Time) and me their innovative food concoctions. Is the world ready for hot dogs with peanut butter and chili milkshakes?