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Live from The Datta Lab (feat. Sandeep Robert Datta, Arielle Johnson, & Harold McGee)

On this week's episode of Olfactory Issues, Dave, Nastassia and The Rest are joined by a supergroup of scientists.

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Remembering Maria Guarnaschelli

On today's episode of Cooking Issues, we remember Dave's editor extraordinaire, Maria Guarnaschelli, whom we lost this weekend.

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Meet Harold McGee

This week on Inside Julia’s Kitchen, host Todd Schulkin welcomes celebrated author Harold McGee. They discuss his new book, Nose Dive: A Field Guide to the World’s Smells and how smell is...

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A Guide to the World's Sweaty Saddles (feat. Harold McGee)

Today on Olfactory Issues Dave, Nastassia & The Rest are joined by the one and only Harold McGee.

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Sense-ational: Food Beyond Taste

Interacting with our food goes far beyond just tasting it. A typical trip to the grocery store can involve smelling and feeling your produce, giving it a tap to see how it sounds, and tak...

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Every Animal You Never Wanted To Eat (w/ Harold McGee, David Karp, Arielle Johnson & Ed Cornell)

Today on Cooking Issues, Dave and Nastassia are joined by Harold McGee, David Karp, Arielle Johnson & Ed Cornell. Together the crew discuss the merits of tropical vs temperate fruits,...

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The Chicken Looked Fine

Today on Cooking Issues Dave and Nastassia give us the low-down on last week's fun in L.A., including Harold McGee as Zoltar. They also answer listener questions about freezing salt-cured...

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Emboiled in Lyes

We're going down the rabbit hole of breads with holes! From the New York vs Montreal bagel debate—and the power of water and lye—to the twists and turns of pretzel history, focusing on th...

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Precious Abalone Flesh

This week on Cooking Issues, Dave and Nastassia are joined in the studio by Paul Adams and the one and only Harold McGee to discuss why Pyrex is the devil, people who don't like crema (An...

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"Culinaria" by Roman Cho

On today’s episode of THE FOOD SEEN, we meet Roman Cho, the photographer behind “