A weekly show about the people, places and issues behind what we eat and drink. Hosted by Anya Levykh.
Two local organizations have joined forces to create a pilot program for women newcomers designed to help them launch their own food businesses. And, Mother’s Day is just around the corner, so we’ve rounded up some great options for the women in your life.
Cocktail kits are gaining ground and The Chickadee Room at Juke Fried Chicken has some great new options. And spring dining has launched despite the dine-in restrictions with patio dinners galore, including a full kaiseki experience at Miku Restaurant.
Food is one of the universal ways to show love and care. And what could be more loving than food for those in need or local chocolate made in a sustainable, fair-trade and gender-equalized way? Two local women share their stories of love and chocolate.
It might be a partial shutdown, but that hasn’t stopped some new restaurants from opening up.
The recent announcement from the provincial government removing dine-in for restaurants, cafes, breweries, etc., was an unexpected and sudden change that now has local businesses scrambling – and fuming.
Canada’s Department of Fisheries and Oceans has issued an announcement prohibiting the sale of frozen-at-sea spot prawns by local harvesters. One local harvester joins us to talk about the reasoning behind the decision and the impacts on the fishing industry.
It’s been exactly one year since COVID-19 caused a massive shutdown of bars, restaurants and cafes across the country. We check in with two restaurateurs on how they’ve weathered the pandemic and where they see the industry going in the coming year.
Butter has suddenly become a hot topic, thanks to one Canadian writer’s researches into what’s been going on over the last year with this fatty delight. The details may surprise you.
The wine and beer industries are joining the fight to promote diversity, equity and inclusion in their workspaces. Hear about some local initiatives and how you can help.