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Marc Maron’s Drug Of Choice Is Sausage Gravy And Biscuits

The comic discusses food shame and whether the high from eating sausage gravy is worth the sadness that follows.

Improve Corn On The Cob By Eating Corn OFF The Cob

Corn on the cob gets stuck in your teeth, it's hard to season evenly and without mess, and its remains are ugly. Watch this video to learn why corn OFF the cob is better.

Marc Maron’s Drug Of Choice Is Sausage Gravy And Biscuits

Comedian Marc Maron and I debate everything from temperature contrast in breakfast sandwiches to the efficacy of melon balls. Plus Maron on food shame and a recap my own Thanksgiving turkey anxiety. The comedian and host of the WTF podcast has been sober for over a decade. Now he's turned his fixation toward kale smoothies and sausage gravy. "The experience of shoving stuff into your face is amazing because everything makes sense and it feels so good," he says.

Summertime Two-fer: Buns and Watermelon (AUDIO)

What's the best ratio of burger or dog to bun? What's the best shape of watermelon? And what's the ideal serving temperature of each? We cover this and more when we pair two summer staples for your listening pleasure.

View From Your Laptop: Leftover Asian Fusion Masterpiece in Delaware

Matt in Wilmington, Delaware, shares this: Hey Guys, Great shows lately, especially with the online German food coverage. I just wanted to share my personal view from my laptop image...I had some baby back ribs left over from the other day and cut off the meat and combined it with hot beef ramen, for a BBQ'd asian fusion masterpiece. I washed

The Sporkful

One-sided came up in our recent BLT episode as a possible toasting technique especially suited for BLT deployment. One sided toast can be made using a broiler, a tool I used before I had a toaster. (Yes, I'm aware it's a phenomenally wasteful way to toast bread, but hey, I needed toast here and there.) Adam