Sunday, 28 August 2016

Episode 154 - August 27, 2016

It's another week with some awesome women. Pay is joined by actress and comedian Anne Marie Scheffler who is launching her one-woman comedy show MILF LIFE CRISIS for a two week run in Toronto. Anne Marie shares her personal story of getting married, having kids, getting divorced and realizing she's a MILF and should embrace it.

Parenting writer Sam Kemp-Jackson write a story calling for Home Ec. to be brought back because kids aren't learning the practical things they need! But, why learn when you can just hire people to fix things and make food?

Sunday, 21 August 2016

Episode 153 - August 20, 2016

This podcast is for people who love dogs and who love food. Hopefully you fall into this category.
Do you love dogs but don't feel like you can commit to having a pet? Pay chats with Coveted Canines about their need for foster homes when they rescue dogs.
It's a 2-4 week commitment and they provide everything! Find out more about the dogs they rescue and how you could be a foster parent to a dog before they are adopted.

EnRoute Magazine has once again launched their Canada's Best New Restaurants list - and you can vote from a list of nominees. Vote for your favourite new spot and you could also win a trip for 2 with Air Canada. Food writer and cookbook author Amy Rosen joins the show to talk about the judging process and what it takes to make the list. Plus a preview of her new cinnamon bun business.

Plus a list of discontinued Olympic sports!

Monday, 15 August 2016

Episode 152 - August 13, 2016

It's the awesome ladies show! Talented comedy writers and performers Ashley Comeau (Second City,  Best Female Improviser 2015 - NOW Magazine) and Rhiannon Archer (Canadian Comedy Award nominee) join the show to talk about getting kicked out of traffic court, why you shouldn't offer Ashley beer, and what it's like doing stand-up and improv.

Keep your eyes out for Mnandi Pies...these savoury Zimbabwean pies are finding a permanent home in Toronto and you'll want to try them. Hear why Evis Chirowamhangu wanted to bring these flaky treats to Toronto.

Sunday, 7 August 2016

Episode 151 - August 6, 2016

Interested in taking your outdoor cooking one step further? Why not experiment with smoking your own food? Kevin Castonguay from catering and events company Provisions T.O, shares tips on how to get the best smoked meat with the simplest equipment.

And world famous coffee artist, Michael Breach, shares his story of being discovered on social media and now traveling the world being hired by clients to do intricate coffee art.

If you get confused by gluten-free and what's ok if someone suffers from celiac versus a gluten sensitivity, Dr. Dina Kulik tells you what you need to know and what to look for when you're shopping.

Plus, someone celebrates their lonely birthday on Mars. Find out who.