Dijon TV

Director: Katy Slimmon & Ali Vandale
Genre: Lifestyle

Dijon TV follows a day in the life of Manitoba-based creatives who all share a passion for good food, good drinks and good chats.

To watch Dijon TV:

If you are already a Bell Fibe TV customer, go to channel 1, or watch it on demand with the Bell Fibe TV App.

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Episodes

Episode 1 - How to Make Cantonese Tacos with Ashley

Musician Ashley Au plays dinner party host and grabs groceries in Chinatown with pal Sarah to prepare Cantonese Tacos for her guests.

Episode 2 - How to Bougie Brunch in the Boonies with Hilary and Seth

Artists Hilary and Seth show off their tiny home in Marchand, Manitoba before a fun Clementine’s brunch with brother Jakobi.

Episode 3 - How to Keep it Local with Andrew Chipman

Chip’s Vintage owner Andrew Chipman and employee of the month Joey talk all things fashion before a vegan lunch with friend and artist Caitlin.

Episode 4 - How to Make Shanghai Noodles with Dannie and Ai

Model and foodie Dannie Riel learns to cook Chinese fusion at Lucky Koi Express Chinese with owner Ai Sheng and her back of house parents.

Episode 5 - How to Make Cider from Orphaned Apples with Next Friend Cider

Next Friend Cider owner Jesse Oberman harvests orphaned apples and invites chef Ari to taste the fruits of his labour at Barn Hammer Brewing.

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