For our final episode of our podcast miniseries Melodies and Menus, co-hosts Dan Clapson and Madison Olds spend time chatting with two exceptional Canadians.
First up is Nova Scotia's Jennifer E. Crawford. The talented food media personality rose to fame in 2019 after winning the sixth season of MasterChef Canada and from there, they have become an advocate for queer representation in the food world in addition to finding much success with their culinary chops. More recently, Crawford has delved into the physical and theatrical world of wrestling by way of their alter ego Moon Miss.
Next, R&B-pop singer–and Canadian Idol final season winner–Theo Tams regales the co-hosts on everything from mastering the art of smoking meat to finding his true voice and musical style in an ever-changing industry. Both being part of the 2SLGBTQ+ community, Tams and Crawford weigh in on how queer representation has improved over the past decade...and how there is still further to go in that respect.