Episodes

10 episodes
  • The Art of Eating in Montréal

    The Art of Eating in Montréal
    Apr 15 2021
    Montréal is unlike any other Canadian city. It’s our little slice of Europe, complete with an inspired food scene. From its beloved smoked meat sandwich to its legendary, late-night restaurants, la belle ville has something for anyone who loves to eat.
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    25 mins
  • Gaspésie: The Route of the Navigators

    Gaspésie: The Route of the Navigators
    Apr 15 2021
    Gaspésie, the remote and rocky peninsula just north of New Brunswick, produces some of this country’s best seafood. It’s also home to a unique population that celebrates the land for all it has to offer, from fish to foraging.
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    24 mins
  • Ottawa: Home of the Power Lunch

    Ottawa: Home of the Power Lunch
    Apr 15 2021
    Canada’s capital city has evolved into a dynamic destination, thanks, in part, to a new and daring group of restaurateurs. Ottawa is also where you’ll find some of this country’s most powerful people making deals... often over a meal.
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    22 mins
  • Toronto: A City Soaked in Grappa

    Toronto: A City Soaked in Grappa
    Apr 15 2021
    You can find an Italian restaurant in just about every Canadian town, but there’s little doubt that Toronto is where you’ll find the deepest connection with Italy - and its incredible food - from biscotti to fresh pasta to grappa.
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    27 mins
  • A Taste of Egypt in Toronto

    A Taste of Egypt in Toronto
    Apr 15 2021
    If you’re looking for authentic Egyptian food - the kind you’d get at food carts in the streets of Alexandria or Cairo - you can find it in Toronto. Maha’s and Masrawy, two restaurants run by Egyptian-Canadians, serve dishes that can transport any diner to the heart of Egypt.
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    23 mins
  • SW Ontario: Where Good Seed Grows

    SW Ontario: Where Good Seed Grows
    Apr 15 2021
    Southwestern Ontario boasts some of the most fertile farmland in the country: think apples, strawberries, and peaches. It’s also a place where the impact of the pandemic has been acutely felt and started important conversations about where our food comes from.
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    26 mins
  • Where Is All the Indigenous Food?

    Where Is All the Indigenous Food?
    Apr 15 2021
    There’s one type of cuisine that isn’t widely available in Canada even though it’s this country’s first food tradition: Indigenous food. That’s starting to change, thanks to Indigenous chefs who are bringing their dishes to the mainstream. We’ll meet two of them, Shane Chartrand and Shantel Tallow.
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    29 mins
  • Richmond: Just Don’t Call It China Town

    Richmond: Just Don’t Call It China Town
    Apr 15 2021
    Seafood. Dim Sum. BBQ. Sichuan. Hot Pot. Cantonese. The options are endless when it comes to finding Chinese food in Richmond, British Columbia. What you’ll also find in this coastal city is an incredibly large and connected community of restaurateurs.
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    30 mins
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