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Spike Mendelsohn Talks 'Life After Top Chef' and Fall Recipes with Captain Morgan: Interview

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Spike Mendesohn is one celebrity chef with a lot on his plate. He currently has a reality show that takes a behind-the-scenes look at his family's restaurant business called Life After Top Chef on Bravo. He is a contestant on the latest season of The Next Iron Chef on the Food Network, and he has recently teamed up with Captain Morgan to create fall recipes with their latest formula, Black Spiced Rum.

I had the chance to speak with Spike about his many ongoing projects. Check out what he had to say about being on Top Chef versus The Next Iron Chef, and what it's like to work with Captain Morgan Rum below!

What can people expect to see on your new show, Life After Top Chef?

Well I think people will be really interested to see the team that’s behind me, and it’s family. So people that
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How To Make People Tell The Truth

Diy survey platforms make constructing questionnaires easy, but the results could be biased, contradictory, or deeply misleading.

Online surveys often have to compete for attention against the backdrop of Netflix, Gmail alerts, and 25 open browser tabs. The minimal cognitive effort given to answering questions may exacerbate all the problems that lead to biased or outright distorted results.

As Facebook adds polling features and SurveyMonkey acquires popular document form builder, Wufoo, the proliferation of amateur surveying has a big future. So, we asked a survey expert at the famous University of Michigan Institute for Social Research, Professor Michael Traugott, about how to make questionnaires that get at precisely the data we're digging for.

Leading Questions

Perhaps the biggest no-no that surveys violate is poor wording. Minor adjustments in questions can often produce enormous differences. For example, one study found that for the question "Should divorce in this country be easier to obtain,
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