New York Times Food Editor, Sam Sifton, had no idea how big of a splash the recipe for Mississippi Roast would make when it was published in January. Sharp & Hot host, Emily Peterson, talks to him about the so-called roast that “broke the internet,” as well as how food media is going mobile and what to make for the Super Bowl.

Listen to the full episode here.

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