FROM Dan Pashman
You're Eating It Wrong There are right ways to do things and wrong ways to do things. Especially when it comes to food. White is for fish, red goes with meat. The fork goes on the outside. When eating sushi, dip the fish in the soy sauce, not the rice. But none of these rules is based on pseudo-scientific research. Thankfully, Dan Pashman has now put on his white lab coat in search of great culinary truths.
'You're Eating It Wrong' There are right ways to do things and wrong ways to do things. Especially when it comes to food. White is for fish, red goes with meat. The fork goes on the outside. When eating sushi, dip the fish in the soy sauce, not the rice. But none of these rules is based on pseudo-scientific research. Thankfully, Dan Pashman has now put on his white lab coat in search of great culinary truths. Dan Pahsman, The Sporkful
You’re Eating it Wrong Dan Pashman’s new book, “ Eat More Better ,” is filled with advice on how to enjoy your food more. He says we’re eating most of our meals incorrectly, from the way we toast bread to grilling hot dogs. He breaks it all down for us and shares his favorite tips.
What to Do with All That Matzo The Seders are over, but Passover is not. Observant Jews will continue to avoid eating leavened bread until the holiday ends on Tuesday night, and that means a whole lot more matzo for a whole lot of people over the next few days. And let’s face it, it’s not the most... interesting food to eat. But we’re here to help ease the monotony of a week’s worth of edible cardboard.
Rethinking Broccoli Broccoli has a reputation for being one of the most boring foods, even amongst its vegetable peers. But our foodie friend Dan Pashman says it’s time for a PR makeover for broccoli. He joins us to explain how we’re eating it wrong.
Super Bowl Prep Sunday is the big game! The Denver Broncos take on the Seattle Seahawks in this weekend’s Super Bowl Matchup. NPR’s Mike Pesca joins us to discuss everything novice viewers need to know. Plus, Americans will eat 1 billion chicken wings during the game. Turns out, they’re eating them all wrong . We’ll find out why -- and how you dip a chip says a lot about your personality.
Damon Lindelof on the end of 'The Leftovers' Writer-producer Damon Lindelof wrapped up the hit series Lost in 2010, and he still gets lashed by fans who hated the ambiguous ending. Now as Lindelof launches the final season of The Leftovers on HBO -- another series that revolves around a mystery -- he still cares what people think of his work, but this time, he's stay far away from Twitter.
Public opinion on international conflict takes a turn New polling shows that more Americans support intervening in Syria, which is a change from the Obama years. We look closer at the numbers, and how Americans have historically reacted to similar conflicts abroad.
LA cleantech's future, music photographer Mick Rock As President Trump embraces dirty fuels, what happens to LA's burgeoning cleantech industry? Start-up companies are planning for an uncertain future but staying optimistic. Veteran photographer Mick Rock defined a musical era. Now the camera has been turned on him. Mick Rock and Barnaby Clay talk about capturing glam and its legacy in Shot! The Psycho-Spiritual Mantra of Rock.
Symbols of protest, lighting up EDM festivals The Women's March made a huge impact, in part because of its widely worn pink knitted "pussyhat." Does the March for Science need its own unifying symbol? Lighting designer Steve Lieberman is "the man behind the lights" for the country's leading electronic music festivals and nightclubs. He talks about his early experiences with rave culture, and what it takes to spark the excitement of today's EDM fans.