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The Food Network star joins Dan to talk about the best way to eat popcorn, the relative merits of forks and knives, and how his divorce changed the way he cooks.

Today we nerd out Sporkful style with Food Network star Alton Brown on everything from scrambled eggs to popcorn to how his recent divorce changed the way he cooks and eats.

The Sporkful Family Food Court is back in session. Listeners call in with disputes over when to eat movie popcorn and whether eating salad dressing makes you an adult.

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.

Dan Boyce from Montana Public Radio calls in to recommend a novel way to prepare a peanut butter and honey sandwich, plus a caller in Ottawa extols the virtues of day-old popcorn, and a woman who lives in China offers

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We're hearing a lot on the recent on popcorn and the related etiquette, here on the blog, as well as on the FB page and our inbox. Many of you are weighing in on microwave popcorn at work. Marjorie's stance is

We had so much to say about popcorn, it couldn't be contained in last week's episode. In this edition our first ever guest Win Rosenfeld, who we worked with at The Bryant Park Project on NPR, takes issue with certain

We search for the best way to make popcorn and the optimal seasoning beyond mere butter and salt. Stove top, microwave, popcorn maker and Jiffy Pop methods are all evaluated.

Popcorn is our destination in the next episode, coming Tuesday. We'll cover all the angles, including seasoning and preparation methods. Only modern ones, though. We lacked the resources or courage to try using crockery and heated sand as folks