Fantastically Interesting Foodies

  • Ricardo's Sheet Pan Magic

    Movie + 2 extras

    It’s the kitchen party we all need now: Chef Ricardo Larrivée and celebrity food writer Julie Van Rosendaal dish out friendship, laughter, and love of food centered on the chef’s irresistible new cookbook Sheet Pan Everything.

  • Simple Truths About Veggies & Life


    He had us at "rutabaga". World-renowned chef at New York’s Le Bernardin, Eric Ripert puts plant and roots on top in his gorgeous new cookbook, Vegetable Simple.
    Calgary's Julie Van Rosendaal draws out the best conversational tidbits from one of the best chefs in the world.

  • Falastin: Food, Family & Culture


    How chopped salad, smacked cucumbers, and shared plates tell the true story about the people and history of Palestine. Ottolenghi’s head chef Sami Tamimi and co-author Tara Wigley discuss the connections between Falastin's food and identity, land, place, and history, while whetting our appetites ...

  • A Generous Pour


    The youngest sommelier at a Michelin-starred restaurant tells all. “When there isn’t diversity at the table, innovation can’t really occur.” The restorative and life-changing effects of good wine and hospitality. Triumphing over trauma. The Magnum Approach. And Victoria James' wine recommendations!

  • Interview: Michael Moss

    Pulitzer Prize-winner Michael Moss calls out food companies for getting us hooked on what’s killing us. He’s a daunting dinner guest with a love of food and conversation.

    Pick up a copy of Hooked here:

  • Interview: Lisa Ray

    Actor, TV host, activist and writer Lisa Ray once pushed away food to define herself in response to a tempestuous relationship with her mother. Now, she embraces food with joy and health.

    Pick up a copy of Close to the Bone here:

  • Interview: Uzma Jalaluddin

    Uzma Julaladid overheard her parents’ daily conversation about what to make for dinner. When that domestic love ritual ended, her mother gave in to her first-gen Canadian kids’ plea to trade dal for nachos.

    Pick up a copy of Hana Khan Carries On here:

  • The Way We Eat
    Movie + 5 extras

    The Way We Eat

    Movie + 5 extras

    With invigorating zest for life and words, four authors dish out stories about the food that has shaped their worlds. From family meal planning to a very, very bad dinner-date, they remind us to eat what we love, with the people we love.

  • Interview: Alex Wood

    Alex Wood doesn’t drink, gossip or eat red meat. The comedian, writer and podcaster has learned to love himself — and find comfort in moderation.

    Pick up a copy of Float Like a Butterfly, Drink Mint Tea here:

  • How Lidia Bastianich Cooks at Home


    Discover how one of New York’s most celebrated chefs eats at home; improvises with pasta; and approaches food with an ethical heart and enormous joie de vivre. Aided by Calgary's extraordinary Julie Van Rosendaal.

  • Ottolenghi Shelf Love


    Yotam Ottolenghi and Noor Murad are here to help you cook like a za'tar superstar with nary a trip to the grocery store. Be frugal, be creative, be inspired — and eat dessert first whenever possible.