Interviews, food, wine & travel tips and a whole lot of FUN!
Flying For Flavour is a delicious and entertaining weekly podcast showcasing the best of the food, wine and travel.
Your host, Stephanie Piché, serves up interviews, recipes, tips and the occasional bar-side chat…
About The Podcast
“It was not long ago that I stumbled upon an article suggesting that Canadians are more willing to travel for food more than other people in the world. It just seems so obvious to me that this is something that should be celebrated!
I am so passionate about food experiences, all things wine and just about anything to do with travel.
My home base is Sudbury, Ontario, Canada – but as the article suggests…I will go pretty much anywhere for some great food, wine and fun!”
If there was a recipe for this podcast, it would look something like…
1 part opinion
1 part destination feature
1 part casual interview
2 parts recipes and tips
3 parts authenticity & occasional sarcasm
…and a few dashes – to taste – of photos, videos and links in the show notes…
Mix well. Consume often.
There are more bubbly options to look for aside from Champagne. Across the world, winemakers have been making sparkling versions of their favourite wines for centuries. This episode will offer a few new suggestions for you to try and offer some introductory explanations on how it is made, how it is served and it was all taped live.
We are on the hunt for new gift ideas for our friends and family who love food, wine and travel. From stocking stuffers to the big ticket items…Hopefully, we can help scratch a few things off your to-buy list!
Sudbury now has its first distillery and it is a true celebration of Northeastern Ontario flavour. Join Stephanie for a behind-the-scenes tour, a little background as she salivates at the thought of a tasting or two.
It’s our first Christmas here at Flying For Flavour and we are going to reminisce and make new traditions…with all the wines and all the fixings. With Stephanie’s family and friends putting in their two cents, it should be interesting…
A recap of 2017’s highlights in food, wine and travel – and a preview of what’s to come for 2018.
“New Year, New Team” Listen & Show Notes & YouTube Video
I am bringing friends on board for 2016 and they all have their own relevant expertise to bring to the mix…LIVE taped broadcast from Facebook on January 4th at 5pm EST.
An as-she-goes commentary of the food, wine and getting there…Stephanie is chatting LIVE from the historic Spanish city of Huelva and the Portuguese playground of Vilamoura.
BONUS – January 17th
Stephanie chats with a few cruising enthusiasts about why they choose vacationing on a cruise over any other types of vacation – and they offer a glimpse into river cruising and the upcoming Bordeaux cruise this summer that will be hosted by Stephanie herself.
One of the food groups is rumoured to be CUT and it is going to cause a stir. Here is your little preview of the rumoured NEW Canada Food Guide.
In Canada, it’s all about icewine this time of year. What exactly is it? What styles are available? Are there any comparable offerings in other countries? What can you pair it with?
Even without the crazy winter weather we have been experiencing, it is a traveller’s usual annoyance – flight delays and cancellations. What is causing these interruptions? How can we avoid them…if at all?
From the time you sit down at a dining table, how you conduct yourself IS noticed by others…your dining companions, people at the next table, maybe your boss? We talk etiquette basics beyond just “no elbows on the table”. Includes BONUS Audio “How To Access Our Show Notes”
Our first LIVE show from Sudbury’s own Hardrock 42 Gastropub. We talk about craft beer, how to pair it and drink enough beer to give away a TON of swag!
“Wedding Food & Drink”
It is “wedding show season” all brides-to-be, their friends & family are knee-deep in planning. We talk about dealing with caterers, what you need for your bar, edible favours and trends for 2018.
“Going It Alone”
Why wait to find someone to join you at that new trendy restaurant? And it’s OK if you are the only one you know who has always wanted to travel through a far-away city. We are talking dining and travelling solo on this episode – from both the travellers perspective and how businesses should best plan for – and expect – a seat for one.