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13-year-old Zoe Richman joins the ranks of The Sporkful Junior Eaters Society, after her mother sent in this photo of her eating her pizza cheese side down to accentuate cheesy goodness.

Peter Sagal joins Dan to discuss growing up as a fat kid, his opinions on Chicago pizza, grilling the perfect burger, how Courtney Love turned him against melted cheese, and much more.

Dan wants to get more into hot sauce, but he needs a personal trainer of sorts to whip him into shape. In this episode 11-year-old Nathaniel, a president of the Junior Eaters Society, proves he's the

In next week's episode of The Sporkful, Dan gets schooled in hot sauce by the founding president of The Sporkful Junior Eaters Society, Nathaniel Goodyear. Here are some pics from the taping!

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.

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On NPR today, I discussed the benefits and pitfalls of eating alone, with some help from Deepak Chopra. He makes a distinction between eating alone and "in solitude," and offers advice on how to get t

Dan talks to Greg Ng, the man behind Freezer Burns, about what the packaging tells you about frozen pizza, how to trick out even the worst varieties, and why Greg will never review Ellio's.

What did dinosaur eggs taste like? How was Jane Austen's dessert shaped? How do you make ice cream on an uninhabited island in the summer? Answers and more in Dan's favorite Sporkful of the year!

81-year-old Patsy Grimaldi may be the last person making pizza today who trained under someone who trained at Lombardi's--the first pizzeria in American history.