In this episode, we really get to play with our food. What does MakerCulture have to do with food and how do chefs, artists, farmers and everyday people
interact with their own food? We try to pin point why so many makers have decided to turn to self-reliance and creativity when it comes to their food, rather
than just eating it.
David Berg, artist participant of the Medium: Coffee, Latte Art for Non-Latte Artists event
Meredith Alex, fashion designer who uses food
Chef Don Kumarasinghe, a chef and Olympian fruit carver
John Sinopoli, executive chef at Toronto's "Table 17"
Joseph Watters, executive chef at Taste Restuarant
John Strathearn, second-year student at the University of Waterloo
Sunny Lam, Co-Founder of FoodCycles
Music Provided By:
Bluegrass – Skip Jensen
Whiskey in the jar – Bloggio
When Billy met Johnny – 3rd Man
Jazzmine – After son?
Claudio Nuez Twelve Jazzy Angles
Flow Trio Rejuvenation
The Years, In THE Crowd
Hosted and produced by: Arti Patel & Vincent McDermott
Editing and reporters: Arti Patel, Vincent McDermott, Sonya Benjamin, Adam Vrankulj, Christian Nathler
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