Monday, 26 October 2015

Episode 117 - October 25

It's the last Sunday night show!
Next week Pay's show moves to Saturday's at 3pm but you can still catch the podcasts here.

Hassel Aviles (Toronto Underground Market) and Trish Magwood (author, Dish Cooking Studios) join Pay on the show to talk about their new project that will change the way you get lunch and dinner on the table. What's it like being an entrepreneur working on a start-up and how is this decision influenced by their kids?

Cognitive Neuroscientist Dr. Colin Ellard talks about the psychology of haunted houses and why we love to be scared! Plus, how to create the best spooky and haunted experiences. What makes us love ghost stories and jumping out of our skin?

Monday, 19 October 2015

Episode 116 - October 18, 2015

Do good when you eat out on October 21st with Restaurants for Change.
Nick Saul from Community Food Centres Canada and Ryan Donovan of Richmond Station talk about the great work done by CFCC across Canada and why it's important for the food community and diners to support the cause.

The man who has spent 38 years traveling the world to find the weird and the strange for Ripley's Believe It or Not! books and museums joins the show to talk about their latest book and the strange things he's witnessed over the years...oh, and HOW many two-headed animals does he have??

Easy entertaining tips with Shoana Jensen as we get ready for hosting people through the fall and winter season.

Tuesday, 13 October 2015

Episode 115 - October 11, 2015

Happy Thanksgiving!

Pay has a new name according to the superintendent of her condo.

What seafood should we be eating and what should we avoid? Chef Martin Kouprie of Pangaea restaurant tells us about OceanWise and how we can eat to protect our oceans.

Alison Fryer (formerly of the Cookbook Store) has put together a great Up Close & Personal Series of events at George Brown College that is open to the public and you can listen to and meet your favourite chefs and authors.

Pay and Vinney do a rapper name battle and it's pretty glorious. Also, if you lived somewhere where you didn't get all four seasons - would you pay to have coloured leaves shipped to you? Some people would.

Monday, 5 October 2015

Episode 114 - October 4, 2015

Pay found a new favourite pizza place in the east end of the city!

Peter Neal of Neal Brothers Foods brings wine to the studio to talk about the food business he started with his brother when they were in university and how it's grown to include amazing chips and condiments. Plus, their first cookbook, Goodness, hits shelves this month - they asked 37 chefs and good food advocates across the country to contribute recipes. 50% of proceeds from the book will go to the Community Food Centres of Canada to continue the great work they do.

Some of the best recipes from the Canadian Living Test Kitchen are in the NEW cookbook, Canadian Living: The Ultimate CookBook. Food Director Annabelle Waugh talks about how the tastes of Canadians have changed and evolved, what our favourite dishes are and ...butter tarts with raisins or without?

Pay is not happy with her Uber passenger rating and what would you do if your cab driver was checking Facebook and Tinder while he was driving you home?