The Podcast

EPISODE THREE: 

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I am so psyched to finally be sharing Episode 3 of the After the Harvest Podcast! This episode would not have been possible without Arlene, Susan, and Ivy of the Terroir Symposium team, so I am quite grateful to them for arranging my sit down with Chef Ned Bell.

You can find the podcast on iTunes here, and on Soundcloud here (also embedded below).

In this episode I welcomed Chef Ned Bell, Executive Chef of the Four Seasons Hotel in Vancouver, and Founder of Chefs For Oceans. Listen in as we talk about sustainable seafood, local strawberries, Chefs for Oceans, China, gelato, black licorice, and more!

The music featured in this episode is from a local Ottawa band, Amos the Transparent. Scroll to the end of this post to hear more music from Amos the Transparent and to see their video for their song "The Cold Escape".

So, pull up a chair at the table and join me. Grab a drink and a favourite snack -- eat, drink and connect along with me and my guest.




To harvest means “to collect” or “gather” and there is nothing I love more than gathering great food and drink and even better people around a table. It is in these moments that we eat, drink, … and connect.  So, that image of sitting around a table enjoying good food and drink and great conversation? That’s what I hope this podcast will be.

Each episode I will invite a guest or two to my table to enjoy, and talk about, delicious food and drink -- as well as travel, childhood memories, and...life in general. Each episode will also feature a band or musician, and I plan to focus on independent artists. I will also ask each of my guests my "trademark" After the Harvest Question: If they could have a dream dinner with 5 people, who would their guests be, where would the dinner take place (location and setting), and what would they be eating and drinking? Stay tuned to the blog to see who Ned's dinner guests would be!

After each episode is launched, I will be providing "show notes" -- links to some of the people, places, food and drink my guest and I mention in the episode. See below for the show notes from this episode:

Show Notes: Episode 3
I'm hoping to share a recipe from Chef Ned, so stay tuned to the blog as I'll be making the recipe and sharing it with all of you! Thank you for listening, reading, eating, drinking and connecting.



http://chefsforoceans.com/

Check out more music from Amos the Transparent: 



EPISODE TWO: 


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I am excited to share Episode 2 of the After the Harvest Podcast! It has been a few months in the making due to day job commitments and that nasty Spring cold which also delayed things, but I am very happy to finally be sharing it with you! I have more episodes that I'm editing and I promise it won't take me as long to get those episodes on iTunes :)

You can find the podcast on iTunes here, and on Soundcloud here (also embedded below).

In this second episode I welcomed Josh McJannett of Dominion City Brewing Company! Listen in as we talk about beer, brownies, guacamole, and local farmers, among other things.

The music featured in this episode is from the talented singer/songwriter Kris Orlowski and his band who hail from Seattle, Washington. (Scroll to the end of this post for more music from Kris).

So, pull up a chair at the table and join me. Grab a drink and a favourite snack -- eat, drink and connect along with me and my guest.

 

To harvest means “to collect” or “gather” and there is nothing I love more than gathering great food and drink and even better people around a table. It is in these moments that we eat, drink, … and connect.  So, that image of sitting around a table enjoying good food and drink and great conversation? That’s what I hope this podcast will be.

Each episode I will invite a guest or two to my table to enjoy, and talk about, delicious food and drink -- as well as travel, childhood memories, and...life in general. Each episode will also feature a band or musician, and I plan to focus on independent artists. I will also ask each of my guests my "trademark" After the Harvest Question: If they could have a dream dinner with 5 people, who would their guests be, where would the dinner take place (location and setting), and what would they be eating and drinking? Scroll down to see who Josh's dinner guests would be!

After each episode is launched, I will be providing "show notes" -- links to some of the people, places, food and drink my guest and I mention in the episode. See below for the show notes from this episode, and you can also enjoy some photos from Josh in this post!




All three above photos by Blair Gable Photography.

Show Notes: Episode 2

The After the Harvest Question: If you could have dinner with 5 guests (living or dead) anywhere in the world, who would you dine with, where would this dinner take place, and what would you eat and drink? 

Josh's Answer: 

Where: A beach in Tofino, B.C. 
Guests: Anthony Bourdain, Michael Jackson (not that one), Peter Mansbridge, Margaret Atwood, and Lester B. Pearson
Food: Fresh-caught salmon cooked over a fire
Drinks: A B.C. Beer - an island-brewed IPA and an Okanagan Valley white wine
Dessert: Dominion City's Lost Train Oatmeal Stout served with a warm brownie :) 

We also talked about some of Josh's favourite things:
  • Dream Concert: Opener -- Hey Rosetta, Headliner -- The Band
  • Favourite movie: Jurassic Park
  • Favourite book: The Grapes of Wrath
  • Favourite actor: Denzel Washington
  • Favourite actress: Jennifer Lawrence
Josh also shared his wife Margaux's recipe for chocolate cake made with Dominion City Lost Train Oatmeal Stout, so stay tuned to the blog as I'll be making the cake and sharing the recipe with all of you! Thank you for listening, reading, eating, drinking and connecting.

Hope to see you at the Dominion Day party! 



Check out the video for Believer by Kris Orlowski! 




EPISODE ONE: 

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The After the Harvest Podcast is officially here! After I published my book in 2013, I knew I wanted to do another creative project inspired by this blog, I just didn't know what would emerge next. After becoming obsessed with a slew of other podcasts, I decided to throw my hat into the ring. I am excited to be embarking upon this podcasting journey, and I hope you will listen along with me! You can find the podcast on iTunes here, and on Soundcloud here (also embedded below).

In this first episode I welcomed Mandi Lunan of Auntie Loo's Treats! Listen in as we talk about beer, vegan cheese, family dinners, the big orange bowl, Italy, Vermont, and The Manx, among other things.

The music featured in this episode is from April Smallwood, a talented singer/songwriter who hails from Sydney, Australia. (Scroll to the end of this post for more music from April).

So, pull up a chair at the table and join me. Grab a drink and a favourite snack -- eat, drink and connect along with me and my first guest.

 

To harvest means “to collect” or “gather” and there is nothing I love more than gathering great food and drink and even better people around a table. It is in these moments that we eat, drink, … and connect.  So, that image of sitting around a table enjoying good food and drink and great conversation? That’s what I hope this podcast will be.

Each episode I will invite a guest or two to my table to enjoy, and talk about, delicious food and drink -- as well as travel, childhood memories, and...life in general. Each episode will also feature a band or musician, and I plan to focus on independent artists. I will also ask each of my guests my "trademark" After the Harvest Question: If they could have a dream dinner with 5 people, who would their guests be, where would the dinner take place (location and setting), and what would they be eating and drinking? Scroll down to see who Mandi's dinner guests would be!

After each episode is launched, I will be providing "show notes" -- links to some of the people, places, food and drink my guest and I mention in the episode. See below for the show notes from this episode, and you can also enjoy some personal photos from Mandi herself in this post!


Mandi Lunan, Owner of Auntie Loo's Treats 


Mandi as a child, enjoying some good family times 
at the dinner table. Look at those bangs and that smile!
 P.S. Who else had a dress like that? Total flashback. 


Mandi Loo and the big orange bowl! 

Show Notes: Episode 1 
  • Blowing out the candles on my birthday cake -- age 4 -- with Mom's brown sugar icing 

We also talked about some of Mandi's favourite things -- this didn't make the final edit, but I thought I would share anyway just for fun!
Mandi also graciously shared her recipe for parsnip and pear soup, so stay tuned to the blog as I'll be making the soup and sharing the recipe with all of you! Thank you for listening, reading, eating, drinking and connecting.

Listen here to enjoy more of April's music! 


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