Dan and his podcast host pal Jacob Goldstein eat their way through the past, present, and future of meat alternatives.
His first cookbook was rejected by ten publishers. Now, as a publisher himself, he gets to promote overlooked authors.
We explore the future of carnivorousness -- from meat grown in labs to veggie burgers that really bleed to the hybrid car of burgers.
Weird Al dissects his many food songs, from “My Balogna” to “Eat It,” “The White Stuff” and more. Plus, he explains why he always questions authority—except when he’s cooking.
Comic Myq Kaplan and Dan debate the definition of water. Plus, is picking all the pretzels out of a snack mix wrong? A philosophy professor tells us what Socrates would say. Taped live on stage!
Lilly and her father Chris disagree on the best way to make root beer floats, but they're on the same page when it comes to this classic treat's restorative powers.