Skeptic Approved! Hannah Sunderani, creator of the plant-based blog "Two Spoons" shares a little about her journey to health through food. Plus we check out her 5 stamps of approval to please everyone at your table!
Mandy Gleason is the mind behind Replica Surfaces, photography backdrops designed for bloggers and influencers. We chat everything from food styling, the rise of meatless burgers in Texas, and...Monster Warriors!
Michelle Jaelin is a Registered Dietician and she often finds herself playing "food therapist" with her clients. She explores how managing factors like sleep, stress, and illness are a better path to your health goals than riding the Yo Yo of fad diets
Mairlyn Smith is an author, recipe developer, and home economist who combines her "weird sense of humour" with a passion to get people excited about nutrition. We chat about her recently released cookbook "Peace, Love and Fibre".
Shaini is a bean counter, baker, and public speaker with Fighting Blindness Canada. She says the kitchen can be therapeutic but macarons are not! We dish out a little baking wisdom, plus her journey with retinitis pigmentosa.
Jeanine Donofrio and her husband Jack started their blog "Love and Lemons" in 2011 and its been full steam ahead ever since! Jeanine takes us behind the scenes of their latest cookbook "Love and Lemons Everyday" that features vibrant, plant forward dishes that pack serious veggie punch!
The Depaneur is a kitchen and venue space that brings people together to support chef's and their innovative ideas! Founder Len Senater shares more about the creative culinary space and the social opportunities The Depp creates for the community
Linda Armbruster is the mind behind Magnolia Artisan Cookie Co. and she shares some creative ideas for designer sugar cookies, including one inspired by the Royal Wedding! Plus, we find out the secret to elevating your vanilla game.
We finish our Taste This series with Caroline Granger. She's one of a few farmers pioneering the Prince Edward County wine region. She shares a little about what goes into cultivating vintages with interest, plus some surprising insights into life on a farm.