She, the Foodie, isn’t really a foodie. But you have to admit that “Foodie and the Beast” is a pretty good title. At least the Beast is really a beast: he eats anything and doesn’t shower very often.
She’s more interested in the history of food than she is in cooking dinner seven nights a week. He’s more interested in just eating dinner than in talking about what she should cook for dinner the night before dinner will even be served.
She worked at an Italian restaurant for 10 years, and was lucky enough to live in Italy during one of them. Then she worked at Maclean’s magazine for five years where she wrote about food, books, art, pop culture and other things, too. Now she’s the digital correspondent for the CTV show, The Social, where she writes about plenty of things and occasionally appears on air.
This blog records their thoughts on both dinners out and dinners at home. What happens when you eat dinner though, is that you end up talking about any number of things. Pretty much everything happens, and has happened, around the dinner table. So this blog also records some of that lovely stuff too.