<p>Ivy Knight is a former cook turned food writer and the author of three books. Born in Alert Bay, BC, raised in Glenwilliam, PEI and now based in Toronto, she is a French Canadian who doesn't speak French.</p>
“Stop mumbling that you can't afford an HR dept. You can afford YOU. That's how you start."
Inside Polite Provisions, an only-in-America kind of place.
How did a Lebanese place opened in 1979 end up being the longest-running family restaurant in the province?
"I used to care a lot about Canadian food identity and Canadians being recognized by America for something besides poutine and politeness."
When an alt-right joke about her backfired earlier this year, Gilda Wabbit found herself at the center of viral meme fame. But she's still singing opera over eggs Benedict every weekend.
Being drunk isn't an excuse for putting the moves on anyone who explicitly tells you no.
Lydia Tenaglia left a life in the ER to follow the 'Kitchen Confidential' chef around the world. Now, she's getting into feature films with her documentary about Jeremiah Tower.
JC Iamurri has been many things throughout his life. I spoke to him about guns, Girl Scout cookies, and the secrets to competitive arm wrestling.
I spoke with Anthony Bourdain and his collaborator Laurie Woolever about YA novels, the hallmarks of a good burger, and most importantly, the duo's new genre-busting cookbook, Appetites.