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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.

Young Miriam learned from The Sporkful that inverting foods to put certain elements directly on your tongue increases deliciousness. But she's still mastering the technique. Her mom wants advice, and

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

Pat in Pittsburgh called The Sporkful with a familiar quandary: When he heats his leftover meatball subs in the microwave, the bread turns to mush. When he uses the oven, the bread's good but the meat

Take your shindig to the next level by classing up your cocktail service. And don't be afraid to make frozen drinks in the winter. Seasons are just a construct, man.

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Everyone keeps calling China the world's next superpower, but I never really believed it. Until I saw this video.

Today I was on KPCC's Take Two to discuss keeping food fresh during a blackout, and cooking in the dark. You know how people like to stay huddled together to stay warm? Well foods like to huddle toget

A listener wants to debate whether it's better to combine foods on the fork or in your mouth, a couple disagrees over the correct name for the end of a loaf of bread, and a woman recounts the tale of