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Appearances & Events
- 5 October: Cast Iron Chef Competition (judge). Schneider Haus National Historic site. Kitchener, Ontario.
- 24 January: How do you cook that?: Recipe writing workshop. Waterloo Public Library. Waterloo, Ontario.
- 19 April: Communications ethics and editing workshop. Editors Canada – Hamilton Halton. Burlington, Ontario.
- 12 October: Private event. Brampton, Ontario.
- 17 October: Waterloo Reads: The Battle of the Books (champion–no, I didn’t win; that’s what we’re called). Waterloo, Ontario.
- 04 October: WWI & Waterloo County: Food History Lecture. Conrad Grebel College. Waterloo, Ontario
- 15 October: AGM Keynote: Rye & Ginger’s 1916 Project. Culinary Historians of Canada. Toronto, Ontario
Media Interviews, features, and mentions
- 24 September 2019: Kitchener Today 3 teams, 3 techniques, 1 champion: it’s Cast Iron Chef time!
- 19 September 2019: Waterloo Region Record Schneider Haus hosting Cast Iron Chef competition
- 18 September 2019: CTV Kitchener In Your Backyard
- 10 August 2019: CKMS 102.7 FM In Coversation with Rashmi Sanjay
- 18 October 2017: cbc.ca: Ragged Company wins Waterloo Reads’ book battle
- 23 September 2016: Waterloo Region Record: Kitchener blogger explores region’s culinary past
- 06 September 2016: cbc.ca Food blog Rye & Ginger marks Kitchener’s past with recipes from 1916
- 06 September 2016: CBC-Radio Interview
- 02 June 2015: Waterloo Region Record: Sweet sale may bring world record to region
- July 2012: PBS.com: Julia Child Tribute
- September 2011: CanadianLiving.com: Our favourite food bloggers share their ingredient phobias
- Winter 2010: Taste Magazine: Meet the bloggers
- August 2008: Hearst’s Delish Top 50 Food Blogs
- February 2007: Foodtv.ca: profile
- 18 January 2007: Prince George Citizen: Bloggers pay tribute to famous cookbook author
- 15 January 2007: Canadian Press: Food bloggers pay tribute to late author of `Schmecks’ cookbook