A weekly show about the people, places and issues behind what we eat and drink. Hosted by Anya Levykh.
Chinese-Canadian restaurants have become a staple across Canada, from coast to coast, in even the smallest of towns and most remote of locations (think in the environs of the Arctic circle). Anya chats with local baker, author and multidisciplinary creator Jackie Kai Ellis, who is hosting a new docuseries that explores these quintessentially Canadian establishments and the dishes and stories behind the menus.
Anya has a joyous, hilarious and heartfelt conversation with Michelin-starred chef Andrea Carlson, chef and instructor Hamid Salimian, and food writer and judge Joie Alvaro Kent about the hospitality industry and an upcoming event that supports Canadian chefs, athletes and musicians. It just might be the coolest kitchen party you’ve ever been to.
Anya chats with Globe and Mail restaurant critic Alexandra Gill and Chinese Restaurant Awards founding judge Lee Man about the recently announced Michelin awards for Vancouver and what this means for the industry.
Anya chats with Hanna McLean, national Dished editor for Daily Hive, about what’s on the menu for fall when it comes to Vancouver’s restaurant and cocktail scene.
Anya chats with mixologist Sabrine Dhaliwal of Juke Fried Chicken and The Chickadee Room about cocktails for fall, Vancouver’s bar scene, zero-proof drinking, and more.
Anya chats with Lee Murphy, co-founder of Vista D’Oro Farms and Winery about jams, jellies, toast, wine, walnuts, sustainability, and so much more.
Anya chats with Stephanie French, co-founder of The Pie Shoppe in East Vancouver, about pies, pizza, wine, supporting local and sustainable producers and growers, cooking at home, and Tinder dates (really).
Anya chats with Douglas Chang of Chinatown’s Ai and Om Knives about cooking, cutting, steel, cilantro and so much more.
Anya chats with Angus An, chef and owner of award-winning Maenam Restaurant, as well as Fat Mao, Longtail Kitchen, Sen Pad Thai, Freebird Chicken and more.