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Julia Turner of Slate's Culture Gabfest joins Dan to discuss certain muffin trends and take a quiz on U.S. states' official muffins. Plus secrets of muffin grilling and a caller who needs serious help

In the first ever Sporkful with a live audience, Dan talks to Lee Frank of Nachos NY, Laura Anderson of Slate, and Chris Salgado of Chris's Awesome Guacamole. Voices are raised. Passions are inflamed.

I've proposed a South By Southwest presentation entitled, "From Cupcake to Cronut: Deconstructing Food Memes," and I need you to vote for it so it can become a reality!

I set out to learn all about cooking in a dishwasher, with help from a woman who wrote a book on the topic and a friend who's willing to destroy my dishwasher in the name of science. Click through for

Watch the video of Dan's crazy dishwasher cooking experiments, and see step-by-step photos of one of the successes--butter-poached lobster tail. Cooking in your dishwasher isn't just for salmon anymor

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Is a burrito better when its ingredients are mixed up before being rolled in the tortilla? What's the best way to eat the end cap? And if any flour tortilla shape were possible, what would be ideal?

Dan and Laura learn about the science of how cheese is made, get a great tip on how to tell if a cheese will melt, and cook two quesos--one all natural, the other as processed as can be.

One of Wonder Bread's first slogans was, "Untouched by human hands." But baker Amy Scherber says using hands is the key. We discuss how we got from there to here, and Amy offers a great focaccia recip

In this new video series, Dan competes with Liza de Guia of Food Curated in totally absurd cooking challenges. First up: The number they pick from a hat is the only supermarket aisle they can shop in.