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When you're the host of You Gotta Eat Here!, you have to take small bites

There are times when John Catucci can’t help himself.

As the host of the Food Network Canada’s You Gotta Eat Here! the standup comedian and his crew are faced with temptation in every city they visit: delectable and often not particularly healthy specialties in restaurants throughout the country and beyond. 997 more words


John Catucci, 'You Gotta Eat Here!' host, talks Season 5 and how to spot the best burgers

You Gotta Eat Here! host John Catucci can’t believe his Canadian food show has lasted for so many seasons. Now venturing into Season 5, the fun food-tasting program is heading to Italy, Ireland and the United Kingdom, expanding beyond Canadian borders (but don’t worry, Catucci is still travelling from coast-to-coast here, too). 226 more words



TORONTO, November 5, 2015 Food Network Canada today announced premiere dates for season three of its hit, high-stakes culinary competition series, Chopped Canada. Season three kicks off with its new host, … 241 more words

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What's it like to compete on a cooking reality show and win?

A self-described reality-TV show addict, Jessica Pelland now knows a lot of long hours go into a 40-minute show to crown a Chopped champion.

After being accepted onto the popular Food Network Canada competition, Pelland, the executive chef at Charbar, tested herself repeatedly and worked with Charbar (and Charcut) owners and chefs John Jackson and Connie DeSousa (who competed on Top Chef Canada) to prepare for the competition. 574 more words


Christmas in November

In just under a month, the magical season of Christmas begins. Sure, sure I may be getting ahead of myself (apologies to all you grinches out there!) but this year I will be celebrating early along with many other festively inclined guests at Christmas in November, held November 6-15 at the gorgeous historic Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge. 242 more words


The Chef At Nicli’s Next Door

As you probably know, I’m a big fan of our city’s young chefs and what they are doing.  I have had the chance to eat Josh Gale’s food at Nicli’s Next Door a few times now, and it has always been simple, tasty and clean. 460 more words