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Sunday Night Dinner

Sunday Night Dinner

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Cook along with your favourite chefs, authors, fellow food-lovers, and learn their secrets for enjoying the last meal of the weekend. For those who love cooking and those who like to avoid it.

Latest Episodes

Shad, Toronto

Kitchen Windows is a side-project of the Sunday Night Dinner podcast. In this time of Covid-19 and social isolation, it’s a chance to have a brief look into the kitchens of writers, musicians, chefs, artists and health-care superstars. What can they see out their window? What are they cooking for comfort? Who are they with? How do they spend their days? Shad is a Juno Award-winning rapper known for his witty, socially conscious lyrics. Born in Kenya to Rwandan parents, his family moved to London, Ontario where he grew up. He has released six studio albums, four of which have been shortlisted for the Polaris Music Prize, and he won a Juno for Rap Recording of the Year in 2011. He has been called “Canada’s most talented, genuine musical artist and one of the industry’s finest poets.” He also hosts the amazing documentary series Hip Hop Evolution on HBO Canada and Netflix. You can find Shad here: www.shadk.com Music from this episode: "Motel" by Hayden from his album US ALONE, on ...

6 minMAY 22
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Shad, Toronto

Julie Shapiro, Arlington, Massachusetts

Kitchen Windows is a side-project of the Sunday Night Dinner podcast. In this time of Covid-19 and social isolation, it’s a chance to have a brief look into the kitchens of writers, musicians, chefs, artists and health-care superstars. What can they see out their window? What are they cooking for comfort? Who are they with? How do they spend their days? Julie Shapiro is the Executive Producer of Radiotopia from PRX- a curated network of incredible podcasts. She’s the co-founder, and was the Artistic Director of the Third Coast International Audio Festival from 2000-2013. She’s a champion of story, and a positive force. She lives in Arlington, Massachusetts with her husband and son. You can find Julie here: www.julieshapiro.org Radiotopia: www.radiotopia.fm Music for this episode is by Nathaniel Braddock. He's a musician and composer who tours internationally and performs an array of musical styles in venues as disparate as underground arts spaces and Lincoln Center. Nathaniel per...

7 minMAY 13
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Julie Shapiro, Arlington, Massachusetts

Evalyn Parry, Toronto

Kitchen Windows is a side-project of the Sunday Night Dinner podcast. In this time of Covid-19 and social isolation, it’s a chance to have a brief look into the kitchens of writers, musicians, chefs, artists and health-care superstars. What can they see out their window? What are they cooking for comfort? Who are they with? How do they spend their days? Evalyn Parry is an actor, director, writer, and singer-songwriter. She is the Artistic Director of Buddies in Bad Times Theatre-- the largest queer theatre in the world. Most recently, Parry has co-written KIINALIK: THESE SHARP TOOLS with Inuk artist and performer, Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory. They've performed the play all over the world to rave reviews. Parry's acclaimed show SPIN, which features a bicycle played as a musical instrument (played by percussionist Brad Hart), tells the story of Annie Londonderry, first woman to ride around the world on a bike in 1895. She often performs with the theatre company Independent Aunties w...

6 minMAY 9
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Evalyn Parry, Toronto

Cherien Dabis, New York City

Kitchen Windows is a side-project of the Sunday Night Dinner podcast. In this time of Covid-19 and social isolation, it’s a chance to have a brief look into the kitchens of writers, musicians, chefs, artists and health-care superstars. What can they see out their window? What are they cooking for comfort? Who are they with? How do they spend their days? Cherien Dabis is a celebrated filmmaker, writer, actor and director. She has written and directed two feature films – AMREEKA, and MAY IN THE SUMMER. AMREEKA world-premiered at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival, opened New Director’s/New Films at the MoMA and won the coveted International Federation of Film Critics Award (FIPRESCI) in the Director’s Fortnight at Cannes. It went on to win a dozen more international awards including the Humanitas Prize and Adrienne Shelly Excellence in Filmmaking Award and was nominated for a Best Picture Gotham Award, 3 Independent Spirit Awards, including Best Picture, Best First Screenplay and Bes...

8 minMAY 4
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Cherien Dabis, New York City

Sarah Harmer, just outside Kingston, Ontario

Kitchen Windows is a side-project of the Sunday Night Dinner podcast. In this time of Covid-19 and social isolation, it’s a chance to have a brief look into the kitchens of writers, musicians, chefs, artists and health-care superstars. What can they see out their window? What are they cooking for comfort? Who are they with? How do they spend their days? Singer, songwriter and environmental activist, Sarah Harmer, lives just outside of Kingston, Ontario. She is the co-founder of PERL (Protecting Escarpment Rural Land) an organization concerned with protected the Niagara Escarpment in Southern Ontario. She has released six albums, the most recent of which came out in February. It’s a gorgeous collection of songs called Are You Gone (Arts and Crafts). You can hear parts of two songs from the album in this episode: St. Peter’s Bay and Little Frogs. You can find Sarah here: www.sarahharmer.com And PERL here: www.facebook.com/Perlburlington/ Intro music written by JJ Ipsen

5 minAPR 28
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Sarah Harmer, just outside Kingston, Ontario

Kaye Freeman, artist, downtown Los Angeles

Kitchen Windows is a side-project of the Sunday Night Dinner podcast. In this time of Covid-19 and social isolation, it’s a chance to have a brief look into the kitchens of writers, musicians, chefs, artists and health-care superstars. What can they see out their window? What are they cooking for comfort? Who are they with? How do they spend their days? Kaye Freeman is a visual artist who lives in Los Angeles. She’s exhibited her work throughout Australia, the US and Germany, and she currently has a digital show called Further From Heaven at the LA-based gallery Band of Vices. She's amazing! You can find Kaye here: kayefreeman.art Her digital show is at Band of Vices: bandofvices.com Music in this episode is by JJ Ipsen.

6 minAPR 27
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Kaye Freeman, artist, downtown Los Angeles

Lou Canon, Toronto

Kitchen Windows is a side-project of the Sunday Night Dinner podcast. In this time of Covid-19 and social isolation, it’s a chance to have a brief look into the kitchens of writers, musicians, chefs, artists and health-care superstars. What can they see out their window? What are they cooking for comfort? Who are they with? How do they spend their days? Electro-pop musician, Lou Canon, has a new album, Audomatic Body, coming out at the end of May, 2020 (Paper Bag Records). Her first album, Suspicious, is “music for nighttime; roiling drumbeats and breathily expressive vocals that lead you through the dark corners of your innermost subconscious.” The music you’ll hear in this episode is an instrumental version of her latest single, Next to You. She released a gorgeous video for the song this week: https://youtu.be/eJEYihQb-4w Find Lou at: www.loucanon.com Paper Bag Records: paperbagrecords.com Intro music in this episode was written by JJ Ipsen

5 minAPR 25
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Lou Canon, Toronto

Chef Suzanne Barr, Toronto

Kitchen Windows is a side-project of the Sunday Night Dinner podcast. In this time of Covid-19 and social isolation, it’s a chance to have a brief look into the kitchens of writers, musicians, chefs, artists and health-care superstars. What can they see out their window? What are they cooking for comfort? Who are they with? How do they spend their days? Suzanne Barr has become one of North America’s most respected chefs with a signature flair for fresh comfort food and a passion for local community, food security, and advocacy for people of colour and LGBTQ communities. In the fall of 2019, Suzanne embarked on her latest venture as Head Chef/Owner at True True Diner in Toronto, Canada. This concept is a mirror of Suzanne’s unique culinary repertoire and social advocacy. As published by blogTO, “The diner concept pays homage to the sites of many civil rights sit-ins, and the history of the diner in breaking down segregation.” Suzanne has also been heralded with championing margi...

7 minAPR 21
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Chef Suzanne Barr, Toronto

Claudia Dey + Don Kerr, with Dove and Ozzy

Kitchen Windows is a side-project of the Sunday Night Dinner podcast. In this time of Covid-19 and social isolation, it’s a chance to have a brief look into the kitchens of writers, musicians, chefs, artists and health-care superstars. What can they see out their window? What are they cooking for comfort? Who are they with? How do they spend their days? Claudia Dey is a writer and the co-founder of the design studio and clothing brand Horses Atelier. Her latest novel is Heartbreaker. Don Kerr is a musician and record producer. He played in the Rheostatics for a number of years, and he’s the drummer and lead singer of the band, Communism. Their song, Take Care of Each Other should be the anthem of the pandemic. Dove and Austin are their sons. You can find Claudia’s gorgeous store, Horses Atelier, at: horsesatelier.com The song “Take Care of Each Other” is from Communism’s album Get Down Get Together, and features Don on drums and vocals; Kevin Lacroix on bass and vocals; and Pa...

15 minAPR 19
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Claudia Dey + Don Kerr, with Dove and Ozzy

Kitchen Windows: Julie Van Rosendaal, Calgary

Kitchen Windows is a side-project of the Sunday Night Dinner podcast. In this time of Covid-19 and social isolation, it’s a chance to have a brief look into the kitchens of writers, musicians, chefs, artists and health-care superstars. What can they see out their window? What are they cooking for comfort? Who are they with? How do they spend their days? Julie Van Rosendaal spends most of her time in her Calgary kitchen, cooking, baking, and taking photographs. She’s a cookbook author, a cooking instructor, a food writer and a columnist on the Calgary Eyeopener on CBC Radio One. You can find her super popular blog where she documents recipes and life with her husband and son at www.dinnerwithjulie.com. And check out her podcast Crispy Bits wherever you listen! Music in this episode was written by JJ Ipsen. Here's the recipe for the No Knead Bread that Julie was talking about: Ingredients: 3 cups (400 grams) bread flour 1¼ teaspoons (8 grams) table salt ¼ teaspoon (1 gram) instant...

6 minAPR 16
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Kitchen Windows: Julie Van Rosendaal, Calgary

Latest Episodes

Shad, Toronto

Kitchen Windows is a side-project of the Sunday Night Dinner podcast. In this time of Covid-19 and social isolation, it’s a chance to have a brief look into the kitchens of writers, musicians, chefs, artists and health-care superstars. What can they see out their window? What are they cooking for comfort? Who are they with? How do they spend their days? Shad is a Juno Award-winning rapper known for his witty, socially conscious lyrics. Born in Kenya to Rwandan parents, his family moved to London, Ontario where he grew up. He has released six studio albums, four of which have been shortlisted for the Polaris Music Prize, and he won a Juno for Rap Recording of the Year in 2011. He has been called “Canada’s most talented, genuine musical artist and one of the industry’s finest poets.” He also hosts the amazing documentary series Hip Hop Evolution on HBO Canada and Netflix. You can find Shad here: www.shadk.com Music from this episode: "Motel" by Hayden from his album US ALONE, on ...

6 minMAY 22
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Shad, Toronto

Julie Shapiro, Arlington, Massachusetts

Kitchen Windows is a side-project of the Sunday Night Dinner podcast. In this time of Covid-19 and social isolation, it’s a chance to have a brief look into the kitchens of writers, musicians, chefs, artists and health-care superstars. What can they see out their window? What are they cooking for comfort? Who are they with? How do they spend their days? Julie Shapiro is the Executive Producer of Radiotopia from PRX- a curated network of incredible podcasts. She’s the co-founder, and was the Artistic Director of the Third Coast International Audio Festival from 2000-2013. She’s a champion of story, and a positive force. She lives in Arlington, Massachusetts with her husband and son. You can find Julie here: www.julieshapiro.org Radiotopia: www.radiotopia.fm Music for this episode is by Nathaniel Braddock. He's a musician and composer who tours internationally and performs an array of musical styles in venues as disparate as underground arts spaces and Lincoln Center. Nathaniel per...

7 minMAY 13
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Julie Shapiro, Arlington, Massachusetts

Evalyn Parry, Toronto

Kitchen Windows is a side-project of the Sunday Night Dinner podcast. In this time of Covid-19 and social isolation, it’s a chance to have a brief look into the kitchens of writers, musicians, chefs, artists and health-care superstars. What can they see out their window? What are they cooking for comfort? Who are they with? How do they spend their days? Evalyn Parry is an actor, director, writer, and singer-songwriter. She is the Artistic Director of Buddies in Bad Times Theatre-- the largest queer theatre in the world. Most recently, Parry has co-written KIINALIK: THESE SHARP TOOLS with Inuk artist and performer, Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory. They've performed the play all over the world to rave reviews. Parry's acclaimed show SPIN, which features a bicycle played as a musical instrument (played by percussionist Brad Hart), tells the story of Annie Londonderry, first woman to ride around the world on a bike in 1895. She often performs with the theatre company Independent Aunties w...

6 minMAY 9
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Evalyn Parry, Toronto

Cherien Dabis, New York City

Kitchen Windows is a side-project of the Sunday Night Dinner podcast. In this time of Covid-19 and social isolation, it’s a chance to have a brief look into the kitchens of writers, musicians, chefs, artists and health-care superstars. What can they see out their window? What are they cooking for comfort? Who are they with? How do they spend their days? Cherien Dabis is a celebrated filmmaker, writer, actor and director. She has written and directed two feature films – AMREEKA, and MAY IN THE SUMMER. AMREEKA world-premiered at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival, opened New Director’s/New Films at the MoMA and won the coveted International Federation of Film Critics Award (FIPRESCI) in the Director’s Fortnight at Cannes. It went on to win a dozen more international awards including the Humanitas Prize and Adrienne Shelly Excellence in Filmmaking Award and was nominated for a Best Picture Gotham Award, 3 Independent Spirit Awards, including Best Picture, Best First Screenplay and Bes...

8 minMAY 4
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Cherien Dabis, New York City

Sarah Harmer, just outside Kingston, Ontario

Kitchen Windows is a side-project of the Sunday Night Dinner podcast. In this time of Covid-19 and social isolation, it’s a chance to have a brief look into the kitchens of writers, musicians, chefs, artists and health-care superstars. What can they see out their window? What are they cooking for comfort? Who are they with? How do they spend their days? Singer, songwriter and environmental activist, Sarah Harmer, lives just outside of Kingston, Ontario. She is the co-founder of PERL (Protecting Escarpment Rural Land) an organization concerned with protected the Niagara Escarpment in Southern Ontario. She has released six albums, the most recent of which came out in February. It’s a gorgeous collection of songs called Are You Gone (Arts and Crafts). You can hear parts of two songs from the album in this episode: St. Peter’s Bay and Little Frogs. You can find Sarah here: www.sarahharmer.com And PERL here: www.facebook.com/Perlburlington/ Intro music written by JJ Ipsen

5 minAPR 28
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Sarah Harmer, just outside Kingston, Ontario

Kaye Freeman, artist, downtown Los Angeles

Kitchen Windows is a side-project of the Sunday Night Dinner podcast. In this time of Covid-19 and social isolation, it’s a chance to have a brief look into the kitchens of writers, musicians, chefs, artists and health-care superstars. What can they see out their window? What are they cooking for comfort? Who are they with? How do they spend their days? Kaye Freeman is a visual artist who lives in Los Angeles. She’s exhibited her work throughout Australia, the US and Germany, and she currently has a digital show called Further From Heaven at the LA-based gallery Band of Vices. She's amazing! You can find Kaye here: kayefreeman.art Her digital show is at Band of Vices: bandofvices.com Music in this episode is by JJ Ipsen.

6 minAPR 27
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Kaye Freeman, artist, downtown Los Angeles

Lou Canon, Toronto

Kitchen Windows is a side-project of the Sunday Night Dinner podcast. In this time of Covid-19 and social isolation, it’s a chance to have a brief look into the kitchens of writers, musicians, chefs, artists and health-care superstars. What can they see out their window? What are they cooking for comfort? Who are they with? How do they spend their days? Electro-pop musician, Lou Canon, has a new album, Audomatic Body, coming out at the end of May, 2020 (Paper Bag Records). Her first album, Suspicious, is “music for nighttime; roiling drumbeats and breathily expressive vocals that lead you through the dark corners of your innermost subconscious.” The music you’ll hear in this episode is an instrumental version of her latest single, Next to You. She released a gorgeous video for the song this week: https://youtu.be/eJEYihQb-4w Find Lou at: www.loucanon.com Paper Bag Records: paperbagrecords.com Intro music in this episode was written by JJ Ipsen

5 minAPR 25
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Lou Canon, Toronto

Chef Suzanne Barr, Toronto

Kitchen Windows is a side-project of the Sunday Night Dinner podcast. In this time of Covid-19 and social isolation, it’s a chance to have a brief look into the kitchens of writers, musicians, chefs, artists and health-care superstars. What can they see out their window? What are they cooking for comfort? Who are they with? How do they spend their days? Suzanne Barr has become one of North America’s most respected chefs with a signature flair for fresh comfort food and a passion for local community, food security, and advocacy for people of colour and LGBTQ communities. In the fall of 2019, Suzanne embarked on her latest venture as Head Chef/Owner at True True Diner in Toronto, Canada. This concept is a mirror of Suzanne’s unique culinary repertoire and social advocacy. As published by blogTO, “The diner concept pays homage to the sites of many civil rights sit-ins, and the history of the diner in breaking down segregation.” Suzanne has also been heralded with championing margi...

7 minAPR 21
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Chef Suzanne Barr, Toronto

Claudia Dey + Don Kerr, with Dove and Ozzy

Kitchen Windows is a side-project of the Sunday Night Dinner podcast. In this time of Covid-19 and social isolation, it’s a chance to have a brief look into the kitchens of writers, musicians, chefs, artists and health-care superstars. What can they see out their window? What are they cooking for comfort? Who are they with? How do they spend their days? Claudia Dey is a writer and the co-founder of the design studio and clothing brand Horses Atelier. Her latest novel is Heartbreaker. Don Kerr is a musician and record producer. He played in the Rheostatics for a number of years, and he’s the drummer and lead singer of the band, Communism. Their song, Take Care of Each Other should be the anthem of the pandemic. Dove and Austin are their sons. You can find Claudia’s gorgeous store, Horses Atelier, at: horsesatelier.com The song “Take Care of Each Other” is from Communism’s album Get Down Get Together, and features Don on drums and vocals; Kevin Lacroix on bass and vocals; and Pa...

15 minAPR 19
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Claudia Dey + Don Kerr, with Dove and Ozzy

Kitchen Windows: Julie Van Rosendaal, Calgary

Kitchen Windows is a side-project of the Sunday Night Dinner podcast. In this time of Covid-19 and social isolation, it’s a chance to have a brief look into the kitchens of writers, musicians, chefs, artists and health-care superstars. What can they see out their window? What are they cooking for comfort? Who are they with? How do they spend their days? Julie Van Rosendaal spends most of her time in her Calgary kitchen, cooking, baking, and taking photographs. She’s a cookbook author, a cooking instructor, a food writer and a columnist on the Calgary Eyeopener on CBC Radio One. You can find her super popular blog where she documents recipes and life with her husband and son at www.dinnerwithjulie.com. And check out her podcast Crispy Bits wherever you listen! Music in this episode was written by JJ Ipsen. Here's the recipe for the No Knead Bread that Julie was talking about: Ingredients: 3 cups (400 grams) bread flour 1¼ teaspoons (8 grams) table salt ¼ teaspoon (1 gram) instant...

6 minAPR 16
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Kitchen Windows: Julie Van Rosendaal, Calgary
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