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Mimi Sheraton discusses sex and marriage, including the two times she eloped. Plus, pastry chef Jacques Torres debates the merits of frozen Milky Way bars.

See the full gallery on Posterous NPR media correspondent David Folkenflik and his better half, NPR/Slate/ESPN reporter and producer Jesse Baker, join us a little more than one year after their wedding to share with us the piece of wedding cake

Dan and Mark are joined by Mark's new wife Sarah to hear how the wedding went, hear Dan's confession, learn the secrets of their cake and discuss the power of the ketchup fountain.     Photo: Flickr CC / cpstorm

This week we discuss wedding food strategy from both the planner's and guest's perspective, and preview Mark's upcoming wedding. We offer techniques for keeping your guests on their feet (and thus energized and ready to party), and we go over

Listeners Jonathan Ichikawa and Carrie Jenkins have tied the knot! You may recall meeting these then-engaged philosophers in our Call In Smorgasbord #4 episode, when we ruled that a dish Jonathan invented does not, in fact, constitute soup. (They even

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Soon we'll roll out a two-part series on wedding food. Dan is married already and my wedding is soon, so we've got fresh insight. We're doing one episode before the ceremony and one after. If you liked the buffet strategies

Our old friend Luke Burkbank of the deeply awesome Too Beautiful To Live podcast was in New York, so we stapled him to a chair long enough to have on a Sporkful episode on cereal eating

North Carolina, 3:42 pm. From Tonya: I swiped this candy necklace from the kids table at a wedding. Guess what time I need to be at work for a wine dinner? 4p. Chop chop. There's always time to shoot us pics of your laptop

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