Monday, 25 May 2015

Episode 97 - May 24, 2015

Pay went to check out a new Taiwanese snack bar in Cabbgetown AND visited an asparagus farm in Norfolk County. Do you know how much asparagus can grow in one day??

Nutritionist Lianne Phillipson-Webb shares tips on taking care of your skin through the decades without using any chemicals or expensive products. How to keep your skin in top shape, naturally!

Canadians throw out over 30-billion dollars of food a year! Hear about one organization trying to rescue this food and distribute it to people in need. Second Harvest is also holding one of their biggest fundraising events on June 7th, Toronto's your chance to meet and try food fem 50 of Toronto's top chefs! Find out how you can help by donating money, food, or time!

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

Episode 96 - May 17, 2015

Pay has two new favourite restaurants you might want to try - including a popular Martime-inspired place serving Halifax donairs! It's the Victoria Day long weekend in Canada and the garden shops were a zoo! Outdoor design expert and host on HGTV, Carson Arthur, has tips on renovating your outdoor space with the most return on investment. Before you decide to build or plant something - hear what Carson has to say about boosting your property's value!

And how do you take one restaurant meal and turn it into two meals? MealShare has expanded in Toronto and 18 local restaurants make it easy for you to enjoy your night out while also donating a meal to someone in need!

Find out what one guy received from the man who bulled him 20 years ago!
Plus, one of the most popular stories of the night...sending someone a jart. That's right....a jart.

Tuesday, 12 May 2015

Episode 95 - May 10, 2015

Have you ever had to lecture your parent?
What lies have you told someone you were paying money to help you? (A dentist, plumber, or in Pay's case...personal trainer)
Find out about the biggest awards night for...cheese. Yes, the Oscar's of cheese awards some of the tastiest and stinkiest products in the country. Maybe you need to try something other than cheddar the next time you're at the grocery store.
Chef Julian Bond has tips on buying, what you should ask, how you should store your cheese and how to make it last.
It's almost time for the big Yard Sale for the Cure to benefit the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. Have stuff to get rid of? Host a yard sale and raise some funds, or find the sales in your area and take some a new treasure.

Monday, 4 May 2015

Episode 94 - May 3, 2015

Pay is back from a trip home to Nova Scotia and a quick food and farm trip to Winnipeg!
Tune in to hear how many times her parents were robbed in just a year and a half.
Find out about a great giveaway AND what all the hype is about fermented foods. Toronto nutritionist Meghan Telpner joins the show to talk about the fermented foods we should include in our diet, and why.
Mother's Day is coming up and what better gift than one that helps a mother who is taking care of abandoned and orphaned children? Singer/songwriter Amanda Martinez talks about her experience with SOS Childrens Villages and the work they do around the world to care for children.
Should a woman be fined for feeding hungry deer in the winter? Pay doesn't think so!