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What do you cook for breakfast the morning after? How can couples share power in the kitchen? We talk food and relationships with advice columnist Dan Savage and Death, Sex and Money’s Anna Sale.

Recently we did The Sporkful live on stage at WNYC's Greene Performance space for the first time ever, and it was a blast. Watch the whole show now!

After talking granola on NY Public Radio, I took host Amy Eddings' 60-Second Stir Fry challenge, a video series of rapid fire questions about food trends, preferences, and whatever else Amy throws at you. Watch it!

Listen to Dan discuss granola's history at the confluence of several major food innovations of the 1800's, leading him to dub it the Forrest Gump of the 19th Century. Plus, the case is made for the return of the word "nutriment."

Dan talks to chefs and eaters at the Second Annual Brooklyn Grilled Sandwich Smackdown about what constitutes a grilled sandwich, the ethics of picking pieces of stray pork off a public serving tray with your hands, and general strategy at such events.

http://culture.wnyc.org/media/audioplayer/red_progress_player_no_pop.swf The food most commonly associated with Hanukkah in the U.S. is potato pancakes (or latkes), but in Israel they tend to favor donuts. The common thread? Oil, which is central to the story of Hanukkah. Today we joined host Amy Eddings on All Things Considered on WNYC in New York to talk about new innovations in donuts, dunking techniques, and two Hanukkah-related