Amanda (Ama) Scriver is a passionate storyteller, community builder and a social activist. She is a full-time freelancer writing on topics ranging from food, body politics, feminism and coffee. In her spare time, she loves relaxing with trashy reality television, a good drag show and listening to hip hop.
After recent international success, Canadian cheese is at a crossroads. Amanda Scriver checks in with the new generation to find out what’s next.
Queen Elizabeth just celebrated her 90th birthday with a spot of afternoon tea. How very British. Or is it?
The ex–Bar Isabel chef creating confections that are a feast for the senses
Canoe’s new Taste Series has Chef John doing homework on the unique cultures and feasts that exist across the country
The Instagram celebrity taking food porn to parody levels
We talk to the Chase Hospitality Group's Chef Tyler Shedden about how Canadians can make smarter choices at the fish counter
The Chef de Cuisine on his love for French cooking, the revamp of Café Boulud and his take on the Toronto food scene.
Whisper it quietly, but there's a craft beer revolution brewing in Ontario. We keep you up to date, with small-batch stories from the big successes of this rising industry
We chat to the man driving the tiki trend in Toronto from Queen Street bar Miss Thing's