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Twin Peaks' Kyle MacLachlan Makes a Damn Fine Cherry Pie

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Whether or not you watched when the first run of Twin Peaks aired on national TV in 1990, you’re probably familiar with its world—and with FBI special agent Dale Cooper, played by Kyle Maclachlan.

What the Food in ‘Twin Peaks’ Means to Kyle MacLachlan, 26 Years Later
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What the Food in ‘Twin Peaks’ Means to Kyle MacLachlan, 26 Years Later

Agent Cooper is the center of the show: He’s a quirky guy and a brilliant investigator, and he loves a diner slice of cherry pie and a good cup of black coffee—so much so that they have become the unofficial foods of Twin Peaks. So, naturally, that’s what we asked him to make when he swung by the Food52 offices in honor of the show’s re-boot. (And he's pretty great at rolling dough; see the whole Facebook live here.)

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While he was here, we stole a few minutes to ask him about Twin Peaks and food, and his own life in the food industry as a winemaker. Listen to our conversation on today's episode of Burnt Toast.

Download the episode here—or stream it above. And hit "subscribe" to get each new episode downloaded to your phone automatically. Want to get a hold of the cherry pie recipe we made with Kyle? Right this way:

Cherry Pie Filling
Cherry Pie Filling
Deep-Dish Cherry Pie
Deep-Dish Cherry Pie

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