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Shonn Oborowsky | Creative Appeal



November 11, 2011 in Alberta Culinary Hero's, Chefs, CSL ♥'s Alberta, FOOD by kandsmedia

“I LOVE WHEN CUSTOMERS FEEL AT HOME.  Sometimes they’ll walk in the back door of the kitchen. I like that. It makes me feel like I’m doing my job right when they’re that  comfortable,” says executive chef and owner of Characters Shonn Oborowsky. With a
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Alison LaFrance | Queen of Cakes



September 8, 2010 in Alberta Culinary Hero's, Chefs by kandsmedia

  TRAINING: In high school I used to decorate cakes, and the artistic bug bit me. I ended up going to university for a Bachelor of Commerce, but something about sitting behind a computer all day wasn’t for me and something was missing. I then
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Chris Picek | From Inuvik To Calgary



June 10, 2010 in Alberta Culinary Hero's, Chefs by kandsmedia

In 1998, Picek graduated with a red seal from SAIT’s culinary arts program, eagerly clamouring for the opportunity to flex his skills in the real world. “This is an industry that is very much about on the job training,” he concludes. The chef worked at
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CSL Interviews | Paul Hughes of Calgary Food Policy Council



December 15, 2009 in Alberta Culinary Hero's, Culinary Insiders by kandsmedia

Chair of the Calgary Food Policy Council (CFPC) , Paul Hughes spoke to CSL about advocacy, the Calgary food system and why the CFPC got started. CSL: What is a Food Policy Council? Hughes: Food Policy Councils (FPCs) are comprised of individuals from all aspects
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Justin Leboe | Risk Taker



December 15, 2009 in Alberta Culinary Hero's, Chefs by kandsmedia

Growing up in Vancouver, food was an important part of the Leboe household, whether picking chanterelles in winter on Vancouver Island, collecting beach oysters or crabbing with cousins. For ten years, the chef worked in some of the top kitchens in North America (The French Laundry,
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