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Discovering Deliciousness!

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Linda Giuca is a freelance writer and editor and a co-author of New Haven Chef's Table: Restaurants, Recipes, and Local Food Connections.” She writes a weekly column with chef Chris Prosperi for the Hartford Courant ";

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The Sporkful's Thanksgiving Veggieducken

Food is so personal. You put it in your mouth. You probably even have very specific ways of putting it in your mouth.

One of our guests today, Dan Pashman, would want to know for example, whether when you get your movie popcorn you maybe eat a piece or two just dipping your head down to the container popcorn while you're walking from the snack bar to the screening room and if so, do you snare it bullfrog style, sticking it to your tongue as you lift it away.

Today on the show we talk more about eating than about cooking, assuming you can pry those two apart, and we'll solve deep philosophical questions about how to make a sandwich and whether lasagna is ever worth it.

Pashman, Linda Giuca and L.V. Anderson join us.


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Colin McEnroe is a radio host, newspaper columnist, magazine writer, author, playwright, lecturer, moderator, college instructor and occasional singer. Colin can be reached at colin@ctpublic.org.

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