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We discuss ideal frosting-to-cake ratio, cupcake sandwichization, toppings and unorthodox serving techniques, and whether cupcakes are really just a frosting delivery system.

As summer approaches, Dan and Mark offer thoughts on policies and procedures for effective beach eating. Is a sandwich or wrap preferable? How best to avoid sandy snacks? And Dan holds forth on the seasoning impact of salt water on

Eater Patrick in Brooklyn shares this photo of his own version of the Tot to Trot Sandwich, which I first introduced in our video on crazy egg and cheese sandwiches. In the interior sandwich he replaced ham with bacon and

We cover the the problem with everything bagels, to toast or not to toast, how big is too big, and the perils of bagel sandwichization. Photo: Flickr CC / stevendepolo

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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Here's a thoughtful approach to sandwich-to-mouth delivery from Eater Jeff in San Francisco (along with Jeff's above demonstration photo): Little is it known that the perfect sandwich grab is actually not a two handed grab (originally designed to accomplish minimal mass of sandwich

Photo: Flickr CC / jeffreyww

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m2qxhWmdIrs?wmode=transparent Our next episode is on BLTs. We examine the ingredients and construction and explain which ingredient is most like Kevin Spacey in The Usual Suspects. Sculptor Claes Oldenburg comes up too. That's his work "Giant BLT" in the video here.

NPR science correspondent and Radiolab co-host Robert Krulwich joins us for this landmark meeting of the minds. We cover scientific principles including force = mass x acceleration (as in "How do you construct a sandwich that will withstand the force