Then Travel Bunny Made The Rounds at Taste Canada

Last night was the Taste Canada Gala. Celebrating Canada’s top cookbook authors. it was a who’s who of Canadian food.

Needless to say Travel Bunny popped out and took it upon himself to make some friends.

In addition to old friends like Sarah B Hood and Alison Fryer, Travel Bunny cuddled up to:

  • Mairlynn Smith, Taste Canada/CBC People’s Choice Award winner for The Vegetarian’s Complete Quinoa Cookbook
  • Naomi Duguid who won Taste Canada Best Regional/Cultural Cookbook for Burma: Rivers of Flavor.
  • Martin Picard, winner of Taste Canada Best French Language Single-Subject cookbook for Cabane à sucre Au pied de Cochon: Le sirop d’erable. Picard.
  • Ricardo Larrivée Taste Canada nominatee for La mijoteuse : de la lasagne à la crème brulée.
  • Suzanne Husseini Taste Canada nominatee for Modern Flavors of Arabia: Recipes and Memories from My Middle Eastern Kitchen.
  • Dufflet Rosenberg of Dufflet Pastries
  • Vanessa Yeung of Aphrodite Cooks
  • Konrad Ejbich, man about wine & youtuber
  • Mardi Michaels of  eat. live. travel. write.
  • Cindy La of Oliver + Bonacini
  • oh, and me.  Martin Picard grabbed me (no, not that way) since he assume I wanted in the photo too, Mardi grabbed the camera and boom – Me, Martin & Travel Bunny! (Yes, I giggled in delight.)

These will all come out separately in the yet-to-launch Travel Bunny Turns 25 series but in the meantime I thought you might get a giggle out of the “nice” shots.  The “silly shots” will be reserved since last night Travel Bunny stepped over a line and he’ll never be able to cross back.

In the meantime, I present:

Travel Bunny meets Taste Canada

Taste Canada Awards Gala Meets Travel Bunny

Check out the other winners of the 2013 Taste Canada Awards and this year’s inductees in the Taste Canada Hall of Fame on

Alexa Clark

Alexa is a digital marketer and author with over 20 years in digital & interactive communications in the food and tech industries. Alexa's CheapEats Restaurant Guides, for both Toronto & Ottawa, were Canadian best sellers. She is a recognized authority on social media and has been named one of Canada's 20 Leading Women in Social Media.

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