In part two of this series from the Second Avenue Deli, TBTL's Luke Burbank eats chopped liver for the first time. Along with Mike Pesca (NPR sports correspondent and co-host of the Slate podcast Hang Up and Listen) and Win Rosenfeld (Current TV contributor and The Sporkful's beloved wacky neighbor) this leads us into a conversation about whether some parts of an animal are better (or worse) to eat than
Dan took TBTL's Luke Burbank and NPR's Mike Pesca to New York's Second Avenue Deli for hot pastrami and chopped liver. Win Rosenfeld was behind the camera. Everyone recorded everyone else for our respective podcasts and web presences. How many nerds does it take to make a web video? Watch to the end to see Luke Burbank eat chopped liver for the
I went to the Second Avenue Deli with Sporkful friends Luke Burbank (from the podcast TBTL and Ross and Burbank on KIRO), Mike Pesca(NPR sports correspondent and co-host of the Slate podcast Hang Up and Listen), and Win Rosenfeld (Current TV contributor and The Sporkful's beloved wacky neighbor). Together we debated how much beer to drink while eating pastrami as well as the most important characteristic of pastrami, and
Last week I went to the legendary Second Avenue Deli with friends-of-The Sporkful Luke Burbank (host of the excellent podcast TBTL), Mike Pesca (NPR sports reporter, CNN contributor, and co-host of Slate's Hang Up and Listen), and our old buddy Win Rosenfeld, who's now an on-air contributor on Current. Pesca (left) and Luke are pictured above. This epic evening will
Yesterday I joined our old buddy Luke Burbank, host of the excellent podcast TBTL, for a discussion of the best foods to serve at a Super Bowl party, including tips on nachos, chili, and more. Check it out! We also covered the best seating strategy, and I offered relationship advice for couples with varying degrees of interest in the game.