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Dan sits down with the man behind "Eat It," "Fat," "My Balogna," "I Love Rocky Road," and so many other classic food-related parody songs. This is a special one, Eaters.

Slate's L.V. Anderson joins Dan to debate ideal ramen cooking methods and to explain what curly hair can teach you about ramen. Plus Dan introduces several new techniques for ramen preparation.

A listener is frustrated by people who call themselves vegetarians but still eat fish, and wants to know how to politely call such people out on it. Slate's L.V. Anderson says we shouldn't get so hung

Dan and Laura learn about how changes in the beef industry have affected the meat on your plate, how to select a good cut of beef, and what a lifelong butcher would do if his son became a vegetarian.

Here are some tips from fellow Eaters who took on the task of making the Veggieducken and succeeded, eliciting the "ooohs" and "aaahs" that denote a bona fide Thanksgiving Day centerpiece.

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Here's the complete recipe for the Veggieducken, along with some glorious still images suitable for framing.

In the annual Thanksgiving show (Ep 145), Dan welcomes Slate's food and drinks editor Laura Anderson, who gives a vegetarian's blessing to the Veggieducken, but challenges some of Dan's stuffing philo

I know vegetarians do just fine at Thanksgiving, but I still can't help feeling like they're missing out. Not because they can't eat meat, but because they don't have a huge, centerpiece dish to rival

In our network TV debut, we take over the fryolator at Chip Shop in Brooklyn for a segment on ABC's The Chew, for a segment called "Deep Fry or Goodbye." It didn't break the fryolator, but it will bre