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The comedian and podcast host tells us how to navigate a big meal in tight jeans, who should pay on a first date, and what it’s like to go out to eat when you’re in an interracial relationship.

Disordered eating, anti-blackness, and addiction all bubble together in Kiese Laymon’s new memoir, Heavy. "Food to me is a paradoxical way to get into all of the mess of what we are,” he says.

We look at the skill it takes to be a great hibachi chef, and what happens when the performance becomes problematic.

We follow barbecue from West Africa to the American South to the south side of Chicago, with help from culinary historian Michael Twitty and a pitmaster in Chicago.

When the TV chef started her food career, she turned her back on the food she grew up with. Her journey back includes false starts, U-turns, and a mail truck full of sandwiches.

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