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All You Can Eat Podcast: Episodes

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In this podcast Don Genova resolves to eat more fat. Learn why through an interview with Fat cookbook author Jennifer McLagan. Don also offers some helpful tips if you want to lead a more sustainable food life in 2009.
In this podcast Don Genova resolves to eat more fat. Learn why through an interview with Fat cookbook author Jennifer McLagan. Don also offers some helpful tips if you want to lead a more sustainable food life in 2009.
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The 2008 edition of my kitchen gadget parade, featuring all the newest, most useful gadgets for the foodie in your life. My guide is Fontaine Wong, manager of Ming Wo Cookware in Vancouver&apos;s Chinatown.
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I head to Salt Spring Island in search of Dungeness Crab, and launch an Italian recipe contest. Details at http://www.dongenova.com/shows_podcast.html
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Solid bartending tips for making the perfect Bloody Caesar and other Clamato-based drinks, followed by a chat with two of my oldest drinking buddies! (they are cocktail experts...)
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A trip to Salt Spring Island for clam digging with the author of a book about tides, and a visit to a seafood shop with the editor of a new cookbook about shellfish.
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Meet Kin Sunee, author of Trail of Crumbs, her story of being abandoned as a child in South Korea, and searching for a sense of her true self through the language of food.
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Food Network Canada star Anna Olson helps me out of a jam with a quick shopping trip and delicious suggestions for a healthy meal.
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In this episode Don provides a retrospective of his CBC Radio column, Food For Thought, which has been canceled after ten years and about 500 episodes.
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Take a stroll through a wine shop with wine experts Kenji Hodgson and James Nevison as they dispense helpful advice on how to choose wines loaded with value and flavour for less than $20 a bottle. Also, discover the delights of the re-discovered slow cooker.
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Gadgets, knives, blenders and more! Advice on kitchen gifts for the foodie in your family with my guide, Fontaine Wong from Ming Wo Cookware in Vancouver&apos;s Chinatown.
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A tribute to the late James Barber, also known as The Urban Peasant. He passed away Nov. 29th at age 84. James was a mentor, colleague, neighbour and friend. I&apos;ll miss him.This episode of All You Can Eat was brought to you in part by Hamilton Beach, makers of the Eclectrics line of kitchen ...
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This week on All You Can Eat I welcome Massimo Capra into my &apos;Test Kitchen&apos;. Massimo is the author of One Pot Italian Cooking, and the owner of two Toronto Italian restaurants, Mistura and Sopra. You can order the book by clicking here to follow through to amazon.ca and save 37% off ...
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This podcast is brought to you in part by Hamilton Beach, makers of the sleek new Eclectics line of kitchen appliances, find out more at Hamilton Beach dot com or Hamilton Beach dot ca. You know, there are certain foods in this world that elicit fierce opinions from the people who make them. ...
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This woman is One Smart Cookie! She is Julie Von Rosendaal, and she helps me bake healthier cookies this week on All You Can Eat. Julie has a blog, as well, so if you want to check out what&apos;s going on in her crazy cookie-cutter life, check out Julie Was Here. This edition of All You Can ...
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This episode is brought to you in part by www.godaddy.com. When you finish shopping at godaddy, enter code eat3 for savings.
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On this episode of All You Can Eat I welcomed Calgary cookbook author Cinda Chavich to my test kitchen. We chatted and I cooked a couple of dishes from her latest book, The Guy Can&apos;t Cook, a super collection of recipes that even the most challenged of cooks can handle. To listen to the podcast, ...
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This week on All You Can Eat meet Andrea Nguyen, author of Into The Vietnamese Kitchen. She demystifies the home-cooking aspects of this fresh and vibrant cuisine. You can visit her website here. Andrea&apos;s cookbook is a great place to get started on making your own Vietnamese cuisine at home. ...
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This edition of All You Can Eat is all about Sustainable Seafood. In this show you will hear 2 documentaries. One is about Red Fish, Blue Fish, a great new take out fish and chips and more place on the Victoria, BC waterfront. You can get all the info on Red Fish, Blue fish by going to this blog ...
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I haven&apos;t produced a podcast since May of this year. I was very busy attending a Masters of Food Culture Course at the University of Gastronomic Sciences near Parma, Italy. But now I&apos;m back in Canada, and will be producing podcasts every week. In this podcasts I offer highlights of ...
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