This week the Robicelli gang argues about "guilty" pleasures, the duality of pleasure and shame, the best way to kill your pain with $25 at 7-11, and a bunch of unrelated crap because God forbid anyone has learned how to stay on topic.
On this extra fun episode Allison, Matt, Evan and Noah are feeling the Valentine's Day spirit and in the mood for luuuuuuuuuv. This argument tries to determine the sexiest food of all time that's guaranteed to get you laid, ideas on how to incorporate food into your sex life, and other absolutely terrible ideas.
This week the gang sits down with cookbook author and municipal historian Rachel Rappaport to argue about pizza toppings, weaponizing oysters, underappreciated regional eats, and whether or not people in Baltimore need to chill the fuck out over crabs. Nothing went horribly wrong this week, so it's a good one!
Food innovation specialist Rachel Waynberg is the woman companies like Con Agra and Pepsico call when they want to know what the future of food looks like. In our second episode she stops by to argue about the burgeoning celery trend, and talk about what foods we can expect to see blow up in the next few years.
Also in this episode: Allison yells at Matt about his excessive cherry consumption, and Noah finds a way to permanently ruin mac and cheese for everyone. We thought that was impossible, too, but Noah truly is something special.
On the pilot epsiode of The Robicelli Argument Clinic, Matt and Allison welcome special guest Bryan Levy, co-host of The City that Breeds podcast and the best gift Baltimore has given America since those topless photos of Martin O'Malley.
Joined by their 19 year old sidekick Noah "@whoaclark" Parker and producer/moderator Evan, they argue over whether or not it's ever appropriate to name foods after crack, and tackle the essence of a great burrito in the lightning round.