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What do you cook for breakfast the morning after? How can couples share power in the kitchen? We talk food and relationships with advice columnist Dan Savage and Death, Sex and Money’s Anna Sale.

Listeners call in to confess their quirkiest eating habits and desires. But if we’re all weird, doesn’t that make us normal?

How do you get an indecisive group to go to your preferred restaurant? Is pizza a type of flatbread? And if friends say your salsa’s too spicy, should you make milder salsa or get spicier friends?

Visiting a new city and facing a laundry list of restaurant recommendations? Here’s how to tell the good spots from the bad and find authentic local food.

Inexplicably, the folks at Subway let me make a sandwich with their executive chef and ask him all sorts of ridiculous questions about their specs. But I didn't just absorb knowledge. I also dropped i

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Eater Josh calls in with a tip on how to gently steer your friends to the eatery of your choice, without them even knowing what happened.

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

What types of restaurants are best for eating alone? Is it better to sit at a table or the bar? We discuss, then Todd answers a timeless question: What's one food that's not improved by either melted

Just in time for Valentine's Day, we continue our conversation about eating on first dates with Elizabeth Chubbuck from Murray's Cheese. She'll also share her expertise on cheese, including some ideas you'll be surprised to hear from a fine cheese