• The Eat North Podcast

  • By: Eat North
  • Podcast
  • Summary

  • Canada has amazing food scene. Full stop.

    From east to west (and all the way up north), it has an abundance of fresh ingredients, talented chefs, dedicated producers and farmers, impressive restaurants and a curious crowd of foodies who can’t get enough.

    Hosted by a mix of food writers and recognizable Canadians, our podcast stream features different miniseries throughout the year that explore aspects of the Canadian food and cultural scenes through lively conversations with special guests.

    We're more than just maple syrup.
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Episodes
  • Sep 27 2022
    With Top Chef Canada officially back for another season, so too is our Top Chef-themed podcast miniseries.

    On this week's episode of Top Chef Canada Roundtable, co-hosts Phil Wilson, Carmen Cheng and Dan Clapson share their first impressions of the milestone season in terms of its competitors and unique "X" twist. Top Chef Canada judge Mijune Pak also joins the trio to talk about what she's excited for Canadians to see as this season unfolds, her thoughts on this year's new judge David Zilber and she shares a bit of behind-the-scenes intel from the show's premiere episode too.

    The Eat North Podcast stream can be found on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and more.
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    49 mins
  • Aug 20 2022
    It's our final Melodies and Menus podcast episode of the summer, and what better way to wrap things up than with some dynamic conversations of Pride season and being queer in the entertainment industry?

    First, co-hosts Dan Clapson and Madison Olds chat with iconic Canadian drag queen Kendall Gender. As a fixture of the Vancouver drag scene, Kendall has long been a must-see queen on the West Coast, but after her runner-up finish on Canada's Drag Race Season 2, she is now a household name.

    Kendall discusses her work as a Pride ambassador for Fairmont Hotels as well as why she loves giving back to the queer community in general and, of course, her undying love of performing for crowds around the globe.

    Next, Amy Hef joins the co-hosts to talk about her genre fluid approach to creating music and how being queer filters into her day-to-day work as a musician. She also discusses how Pride season is an exciting and business time for her as a performer.
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    1 hr and 5 mins
  • Jul 6 2022
    We've gone all-out Canadian country music for our latest episode of Melodies and Menus!

    First up, Don Amero about everything from his love of Manitoba to his recent release "Let 'Em Lie"—a powerful duet with Kyle McKearney that speaks to residential schools and the schools' associated atrocities. Amero will also be performing at the Calgary Stampede this month for the very first time, so the singer explains that he's got a lot to look forward to, crazy midway foods and all.

    Next, Tik Tok and country music sensation Robyn Ottolini chats about her busy summer tour schedule, finding a permanent home in Nashville and what she really thinks about the city's signature dish, hot chicken.
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    1 hr and 2 mins

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