Culinary Chronicles is hosted by Lisa Sanguedolce, the owner and founder of Le Dolci Culinary Classroom and Juli's Cookie Company. Lisa shares her experiences as an entrepreneur and owner of a bakery and culinary classroom, along with her life as a mom, a lover of food and travel, and her time living abroad to the podcast. Every other week, Lisa will stir up memories from her past and present where food is the main ingredient. Listen in to hear from guests who will share their personal stories straight from their kitchen table to yours. Food brings us together and it’ll be at the heart of every episode.
In Ep. 000 of Culinary Chronicles, host Lisa Sanguedolce introduces the podcast and shares what to expect from listening to the show.
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In this episode of the Culinary Chronicles Podcast, Lisa talks with Tiffany.
Tiffany Pratt is a Toronto-based multi-disciplinary designer and artist with an unmistakable standout style. She supports corporate clients and the public on projects ranging from Creative Direction, Product Design, Interiors and Fashion. She started her creative career in New York and Connecticut, working within the fashion, beauty and toy industrie...
In this episode of the Culinary Chronicles Podcast, Lisa talks with Kyla. Kyla Kennaley is a Canadian Pastry Chef judge on The Great Canadian Baking Show, Food Lover, Learning and Development for Food and Beverage Teams for Luxury UK Venues and The Royal Household. She now lives in the UK but grew up in rural Ontario surrounded by small farms in the lakeside country.
In their conversation, Lisa and Kyla talk about;...
In this episode of the Culinary Chronicles Podcast, Lisa talks with Emily.
Emily McInnes is the founder of two art servicing businesses: one that curates site-specific contemporary art projects for corporate partners; and the other, an e-commerce platform for innovative and thought-provoking artwork.
In our conversation, Lisa and Emily talk about:
In this episode of the Culinary Chronicles Podcast, Lisa talks with Mary.
Columbian-born, Canadian-raised Mary Luz Mejia is a twice NATJA nominated freelance food/travel journalist, Gemini-nominated former food TV producer, and IICCT Level III Certified Chocolate Taster and International Chocolate Awards judge.
In our conversation, Lisa and Mary talk about:
In this episode of the Culinary Chronicles Podcast, Lisa talks with Janet Zuccarini.
As the sole owner and visionary behind Gusto 54, Janet stands out as a woman and entrepreneur in the restaurant industry. She is the driving force and soul behind Gusto 54, which in 2019 was recognized as a Deloitte Best Managed Company.
In our conversation, Lisa and Janet talk about:
In this episode of the Culinary Chronicles Podcast, Lisa talks with Amanda Testani. Amanda has always loved to be in the kitchen and began cooking at a very early age with her Italian grandparents making homemade pasta and Italian cookies. She has been with Le Dolci for over 2 years now and recently was promoted to Lead Instructor and Manager of our Culinary Classroom.
In our conversation, Lisa and Amanda talk abou...
In this episode of the Culinary Chronicles Podcast, Lisa talks with Georgina. After moving from Surrey, England to Toronto, Georgina Reilly, was discovered by celebrated independent filmmaker Bruce McDonald, who cast her in the critically acclaimed PONTYPOOL which then lead to her role in his Broken Social Scene Indie rock romance picture THIS MOVIE IS BROKEN. She is currently playing Janis Calavicci on NBC’s QUAUNTUM LEAP. Georgin...
In this episode of the Culinary Chronicles Podcast, Lisa talks with Angela. Angela Pacienza is the Executive Editor at The Globe and Mail, where she’s responsible for delivering quality, audience-first journalism, as well as driving culture change to create a more nimble, inclusive and forward-thinking newsroom.
In our conversation, Lisa and Angela talk about:
In this episode of the Culinary Chronicles Podcast, Lisa talks with Anna Olson.
Anna may be Canada’s baking sweetheart but she’s an accomplished savoury chef as well. With her positive and common-sense approach in the kitchen, she has become one of the country’s most recognizable television chefs.
In our conversation, Lisa and Anna talk about:
In this episode of the Culinary Chronicles Podcast, Lisa talks with Catherine McEvilly Pestl, an international board Certified Lactation Consultant (BCLC) and La Leche League Leader. She provides personalised and professional lactation management.
Catherine is a huge advocate for educating yourself in the prenatal period to better prepare you for the transition into parenthood. She supports new moms to really look ...
In this episode of the Culinary Chronicles Podcast, Lisa talks with Hope Patterson. Hope is a global nomad, mother of two, coach, education innovation specialist, and entrepreneur.
Join Lisa Sanguedolce in the latest episode of Culinary Chronicles as she delves into the world of food experiences, culinary journeys, and connecting with family and community through food.
In our conversation, Lisa and Hope talk about:...
In this episode of the Culinary Chronicles Podcast, Lisa dives into the food industry world. Expect to get a behind the scenes look into who Lisa Saguedolce is and some of the life and work experiences that has brought her to where she is at today.
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In this episode of the Culinary Chronicles Podcast, Lisa talks with Nathalie Masse. Nathalie is a former communications pro turned yoga teacher, and integrative wellness coach. She traded her stilettos for still-toe boots when she left the city with her husband and three daughters almost 10 years ago. Life on the country side at Buttonwood Farm has provided a fantastic playground for this life-long learner with bo...
In this episode of the Culinary Chronicles Podcast, Lisa talks with Sirine. Sirine has lived 17 years outside of Norway, in 6 countries including Tunisia, United States, France, Trinidad and Tobago, Holland and 10 years in London, UK. Her career in HR and as a Management Consultant, has afforded her the opportunity to travel the world and experience all kinds of different cuisine.
In their conversation, Lisa and Sirine t...
In this episode of the Culinary Chronicles Podcast, Lisa talks with Jane Bertch. Jane, the Founder of La Cuisine Paris, is a Chicago transplant and long term resident in France. With over 20 years living and working internationally, Jane spent the first half of her career in banking in both London and Paris, and in 2009 founded La Cuisine Paris. With a Masters in Labor and Industrial relations, and an Executive Masters Coaching and...
Hey there, podcast enthusiasts! Welcome to a heartwarming episode of "Chats with Julian and Mommy." In this special edition, we're diving into the world of taste buds and tiny forks as we chat with the delightful Julian. Buckle up as we explore Julian's culinary preferences, from blueberries to gelato adventures in Italy.
Ever wondered what a four-year-old's favourite food in Italy is? Well, get ready for a surprise as Julian ...
Join host Lisa in this engaging episode as she sits down with Tammy Herman, a renowned expert in leadership development and women's empowerment. Tammy shares her inspiring journey, from her extensive career in leadership development to her passionate focus on advancing women in the workplace.
Discover the changes and challenges women have faced in the professional world over the past two decades, gaining insights into the ongo...
In this episode of the Culinary Chronicles Podcast, Lisa talks with Dufflet Rosenberg. Join us for a delectable journey into the world of pastries and cakes as we sit down with Dufflet Rosenberg, often hailed as the Queen of Pastry and Cake in Toronto, and quite possibly all of Canada. In this sweet and insightful episode, we discuss Dufflet's remarkable entrepreneurial journey, which began in her mother's house and led to th...
"McCartney: A Life in Lyrics" offers listeners the opportunity to sit in on conversations between Paul McCartney and poet Paul Muldoon dissecting the people, experiences, and art that inspired McCartney’s songwriting. These conversations were held during the past several years as the two collaborated on the best selling book, “The Lyrics: 1965 to Present.” Over two seasons and 24 episodes of “McCartney: A Life in Lyrics”, you’ll hear a combination master class, memoir, and improvised journey with one of the most beloved figures in popular music. Each episode focuses on one song from McCartney’s iconic catalog – spanning early Beatles through his solo work. Season 1 premieres on October 4th. “McCartney: A Life in Lyrics” is a co-production between iHeart Media, MPL and Pushkin Industries. Cover Portrait © 1967 Paul McCartney / Photographer: Linda McCartney
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