Monday, 28 September 2015

Episode 113 - September 27, 2015

Did you catch a glimpse of the Super Moon Lunar Eclipse?
Food blogger and Master Chef Canada Season 1 contestant Julie Miguel joins the show to talk about being a "mompreneur" and creating the job she wants.

If you love food and film (who doesn't) The Eatable Film Festival is Toronto's first food film festival that will combine top food and drink with interesting films.

And one budding entrepreneur is looking for funds to help produce his fitness protein beer - plus Pay almost gets gassed out of the studio.

Monday, 21 September 2015

Episode 112 - September 20, 2015

Ruth Tal, the founder of popular vegan restaurants, FRESH, joins Pay to talk about their new cookbook called SUPERFRESH. The recipes and food aren't just for vegans and vegetarians but you can find great inspiration to get more veggies into your diet.
Ruth chats about the hot super foods and healthy trends and why you don't have to give up meat to enjoy them.

The Furniture Bank is having a great fundraiser called Chair Affair - it's your chance to bid on a one-of-a-kind celebrity designed piece of furniture. Hear about the great work they do and how you can donate your gently used furniture to help someone create a home.

And I'll tell you about the guy I almost punched (and wanted to punch) a few weeks ago and whether or not it's really 'assault" or like, deserved.

Plus - the dirtiest spot on an airplane isn't what you think it is.

Monday, 14 September 2015

Episode 111 - September 13, 2015

TIFF has taken over the city! Pay spots one celeb during the walk in the rain.
Chef Mike Ward talks about organizing your kitchen like a chef and making use of everything you have without waste.
Plus, the downside of food porn and the celeb chef culture.
And - Mike says you DON'T always have to buy the best.

Pay receives an apology 20-years later and wonders if it's ever too late to say you're sorry.

Monday, 7 September 2015

Episode #110 - September 6, 2015

 Happy, happy long weekend show! What's the best job Pay can recommend for your kid?

Brady Lowe from Cochon 555 talks about the importance of heritage breed pigs, what makes them different, and how you can enjoy some during the Toronto Food and Wine Festival.

Vince Antonacci, a restaurant consultant shares inside info about how restaurants price their menu, pet peeves from owners, and why you SHOULD send back food you're not happy with.

And Pay admits the weird and unusual thing she collected as a child. A million bucks says you would have never guessed.