Monday, 21 March 2016

Episode 136 - March 19, 2016

A frustrated mom sends her son an invoice totally almost $40,000 for the cost of supporting him since he moved back home 13-months ago. It includes $1000 for being an a**hole and not appreciating the support of his mom. Should adult kids be charged for moving back home?

Mom blogger and writer, Sonya Davidson, joins the show to chat about Macaron Day and it's roots in Paris.

Chef Ricardo conducted a survey for his food magazine and found some interesting results about the eating and meal habits of Canadians. Which provide is most concerned about healthy food? Where do people eat the fastest? And which province drinks the most wine with dinner?

How often do the guys in your life talk about their prostates? *crickets*
Ben Samaroo - a 28-year-old lawyer decided to write a cute picture book and donate proceeds to various men's health charities to encourage men to get their health checked more regularly.
Ben is a lawyer and wrote a book so let's all feel like underachievers.

Monday, 14 March 2016

Episode 135 - March 12, 2016

A recap of a week's worth of eating and exploring new places in Toronto.
Reasons not to accompany a friend's 4-year-old to the bathroom and why you are not the worst parent in the world (with a solid example shared.)

Plus, Dr. Jason Fung talks about his latest book - The Obesity Code: Unlocking the Secrets of Weight Loss. A nephrologist (find out what that is) and founder of the Intensive Dietary Management Program, Dr. Fung has treated thousands of people struggling with obesity and explains why he says all diets work, and they don't work. And shares his tips for successful weightloss.

Monday, 7 March 2016

Episode 134 - March 5, 2016

Pay takes a 5-person Syrian family on an outing to see sights in the city!

If you've ever wanted to quit your job and do something totally different - that's what Steve Gill did when he quit his tech job to open up a Mexican restaurant that has almost 60 locations across Canada!
Learn about different peppers - not all hot - and which ones are really, really, spicy. Steve shares tips on how to buy them and how to use them.
If you're looking for a table at some of Toronto's hottest restaurants, a new app let's you make same-day reservations! Learn about Dinr and how you can score some of the city's hottest tables on short notice.