Scientific Podcast Goes Boink, Episode 23: All Our Capitalist Friends

Sarah Sprague stops by the podcast to talk about all manner of things. But mostly food and drink.

Once again, we return with a special guest in tow. WRITER Sarah Sprague joins us to discuss food, tacos vs. burritos, calorie counting, the appeal of Law & Order: Criminal Intent, the appeal of Eric Bogosian, what you need in a home bar, what precisely gin tastes like and much much more.

You can click the below Flash player to listen immediately. Extended show notes and links are below.

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If you have feedback, want to bring something to our attention, or would like to hear us discuss something, please email us at scientificpod@gmail.com

For your full enjoyment, links to things discussed in the podcast:

- Everything is Terrible, 3-Minute Atlas Shrugged
- Noma, Denmark's contribution to world cuisine
- Burritos Northern and Southern
- Wachos, in Example
- Early Eric Bogosian
- Michael Moriarty's latest
- The Cadbury Creme Egg Old Fashioned
- One of Two Bar Racks
- Poutine Bar, in Illustration

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