Podcast

EPISODE 23 - Taste This: Bottling a Year at The Grange Winery with Caroline Granger

EPISODE 23 - Taste This: Bottling a Year at The Grange Winery with Caroline Granger

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.

EPISODE 22 - Bitter's Not Better! Coffee Brewed Cold, Served Cold with Mitchell Stern

EPISODE 22 - Bitter's Not Better! Coffee Brewed Cold, Served Cold with Mitchell Stern

Everything old is new again! Station Cold Brew is a Toronto Craft Coffee Brewery and co-owner Mitchell Stern tells us how they've revamped an ancient brewing technique for the modern caffeine fiend.

EPISODE 18 - Chemically Complex! Crafting a Great Cup of Coffee with Meagan Dier

EPISODE 18 - Chemically Complex! Crafting a Great Cup of Coffee with Meagan Dier

Meagan Dier is a coffee roaster with a nitro powered green thumb! She runs My Indie Coffee Roastery in Newmarket ON, and in this episode Meagan describes the process behind creating one of the most chemically complex beverages out there!

EPISODE 17 - The Heathiest Thing You Can Put In Your Mouth with Heather Hind

EPISODE 17 - The Heathiest Thing You Can Put In Your Mouth with Heather Hind

This week we kick off a tasty series on sharpening your palate. Heather Hind is a certified Tea Sommelier and in this episode we talk about tea's origins and the peculiar niche its found in North America's culinary scene.

EPISODE 16 - The Truth about Hawaiian Pizza with Mark Cirillo

EPISODE 16 - The Truth about Hawaiian Pizza with Mark Cirillo

Food writer Mark Cirillo talks about his book Pizza Cultura that details pizza's humble origins and its journey to North America. Mark has also joined forces with some big names in the Italian scene to form Cucinato, an Italian Culinary Studio in Toronto’s Corso Italia

EPISODE 15 - Casey House Pop Up June's HIV+ Eatery with Kenneth Poon

EPISODE 15 - Casey House Pop Up June's HIV+ Eatery with Kenneth Poon

Kenneth Poon, Educator and one of the 14 cooks that participated in the Casey House pop up called June’s HIV+ Eatery and one of Canada’s first HIV positive restaurants helping eliminate stigma and educate people on HIV/Aids. A survey conducted by Casey House found that a surprising 50% of Canadians would not eat food prepared by someone who is HIV-possitive. To battle these findings, Casey House and these cooks educate us and guests of June's HIV+ Eatery on what it means to be HIV-possitive today.

EPISODE 14 - Chicken Feet and Golden Beets with Jeff Faber

EPISODE 14 - Chicken Feet and Golden Beets with Jeff Faber

Jeff Faber is a classically trained chef from St. Catharines who loves french style and unique delicacies. He shares his experiences cooking in the Niagara region and Amsterdam. Jeff is getting back into the game after a tough Lyme Disease diagnosis…..

EPISODE 13 - Sustainable Agriculture with Economist and PHD Candidate Jess Agnew

EPISODE 13 - Sustainable Agriculture with Economist and PHD Candidate Jess Agnew


Jess Agnew, is a PHD candidate at Virginia Tech. Her experience in the food and hospitality industry combined with her passion for people, food and business has taken her along a welcomed and unexpected path to becoming an Economist. Her huge heart shines as we talk about her Buy 2 Thrive in Mozambique, Grameen Danone Foods, and Shakti Ladies

EPISODE 7 - HEALTH, WELLNESS, AND COFFEE MOUSTACHES WITH KELLY CARTER

EPISODE 7 - HEALTH, WELLNESS, AND COFFEE MOUSTACHES WITH KELLY CARTER

Today I’m taking with Kelly Carter from My Organic Heart. She is a certified nutritional practitioner and online nutritional coach. She started My Organic Heart to educate and motivate people to take control of their health through diet. Today she's going to help us navigate the world of diets, detox, and all the buzzwords therein!