Wall Of Chefs: Season 2 of Wall Of Chefs premiered Mondays at 10 pm on Food Network Canada. If you missed any episodes you can catch them on the Global TV app if you are a cable subscriber like myself. Back for another round of hosting is Noah Cappe, as a Wall of 12 Canadian culinary giants judge four amateur home cooks each episode, with the winner taking home $10,000. The latter list includes Montreal-based chefs Jae-Anthony Dougan and Danny Smiles. We profiled Chef Dougan in The Montrealer last year when he was a contestant. Chef Smiles is a returning chef judge. He is the Head Chef and General Manager of the 200-year-old Hudson landmark, Auberge Willow Inn – one of the country’s oldest hospitality institutions.

Moushi Expansion: Harold Busner works in real estate. But as a foodie at heart, five years ago he opened a restaurant called Moushi. There are locations in Dollard des Ormeaux and Laval. These are mainly take-out and delivery spots. There are a few seats in DDO and more tables in Laval. Moushi also offers Big Daddy’s Wings, Busner and his team hope to expand to Vaudreuil and Griffintown. Moushi has been committed to serving authentic Hawaiian Poké Bowls with a Japanese twist. This family-oriented restaurant tries to offer something for everybody on the menu be it raw, cooked, fried, baked, vegan or keto. Oh yes, forget about the calorie count and try some of their delicious freshly baked cookies such as chocolate chip and birthday cake. Log on to https://moushipoke.ca/

GOODFOOD:  Goodfood Market Corp, a leading online grocery company in Canada, has launched its on-demand quick delivery to key highly dense neighborhoods in Montreal. The service is available through the company’s new micro-fulfillment centre in the city’s downtown and will deliver orders to customers in approximately 30 minutes.

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