The dos and don’ts of a one-dose summer; a classic tale from Stuart McLean’s Vinyl Cafe; and chef Éric Ripert on vegetables, cooking and his late friend Anthony Bourdain
If you've had at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, you're probably itching to get back to some of your favourite activities. But not so fast, says epidemiologist and University of Ottawa associate professor Raywat Deonandan. He explains some of the dos and don'ts you should follow as we head into a one-dose summer. Plus, we hear from Ryan Rogers, owner of Paddle West Kayaking in Tofino, B.C.; Tara McNally MacPhee, visitor experience manager for Prince Edward Island National Park; and Ada Mok, owner of FeasTO Dumpling Food Truck in Toronto.
Then, we bring you a classic tale from the late Stuart McLean's Vinyl Cafe. In Odd Jobs, Dave tries his hand at some home improvement. [Note: The Vinyl Cafe story that aired in this broadcast is no longer available online.]
And we revisit our conversation with renowned French chef Éric Ripert, who wants you to treat your vegetables with the respect they deserve. He talks about cooking with a light touch, and what he misses about his good friend Anthony Bourdain.