We take America's Test Kitchen's inquisitive and relentless approach to telling unexpected, funny, and thought-provoking narratives about food and drink. This is... more
Author Curtis Chin investigates whether or not his grandmother's claim of having invented the dish, is true.
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In the last 'Best of Proof' episode of the year, we bring you a story from 2021 that gives new... more
Preparing for doomsday might not be as crazy as we think. This week, we bring you an episode from 2019... more
It’s apple-picking season, and one man, Tom Brown, is on a mission to find an elusive variety called the Junaluska... more
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This week, we’re starting autumn off right with one of our all-time favorite episodes: Fair Foods. Chris Siege reports.
For hundreds of years, Japanese soy sauce was made in wooden barrels, but now, most are made in steel tanks.... more