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One of Kelly’s earliest memories is being up to her elbows in flour, making thirteen dozen cinnamon rolls in a Rubbermaid bin with her Grandpa. The rolls didn’t turn out so great, but a lifelong love of baking, cooking and all things food were born early on for Kelly. She’s tried a multitude of food lifestyles (vegan, gluten free, vegetarian, low-carb, raw vegan) and managed to find the foodie angle for each and every one. She believes there’s no one way to love food, and hopes to spread that message with Fat Girl Food Squad.
Kelly is a theatre kid with a penchant for dramatics; a desk worker by day and burlesque dancer by night, she’s excited to bring her own brand of fat positive foodie feminism to Fat Girl Food Squad.
MC grew up on two opposing ends of the culinary world; her grandma served up traditional Quebecois cuisine consisting of tourtiere, bouilli and pâté chinois while her mother expressed a deep love of Italy through European style dishes.These two differing foundations gave MC a love of complex gastronomie as well as simple home cooking.
From Parisian bistros and baguettes to poutine and diner coffee in Ottawa, MC is a foodie through and through. She’s currently working at Ottawa’s landmark Zak’s diner, and pursuing a career in film production.
MC can’t wait to snap photos of her food and her friends enjoying their food, capturing images and memories for Fat Girl Food Squad.
Raised in an adventurous and food-loving family, Stephanie was encouraged to always be open to new experiences (especially delicious ones). This has resulted in her being fortunate enough to have tried dishes from all over the world. From nasi goreng in Kuala Lumpur to Alligator burgers in New Orleans, you’d be hard pressed to find a food Steph isn’t willing to try.