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One of Canada's favourite culinary personalities, Lucy Waverman brings her sharp wit and mouth-watering recipes to aspiring home chefs across the country as celebrated author, editor, columnist and teacher. Lucy appears regularly on television and radio shows across Canada and the United States including 12 years with CityTV's CityLine. Her Saturday food column "Weekend Menu," appears weekly in The Globe and Mail, Canada's most read and most respected national newspaper. Lucy is the author of eight cookbooks, including the award-winning Home for Dinner, and is the recipient of Cuisine Canada's 2005 gold medal award for cookbooks for A Matter of Taste, which she co-wrote with friend and fellow wine writer, James Chatto. A Matter of Taste was also a finalist for the prestigious James Beard Entertaining Award. Her cookbook Lucy's Kitchen also won the silver medal at Cuisine Canada's 2007 Canadian Culinary Book Awards in the Cookbooks category, giving her the record for most wins ever in the award's 10 years history. In addition to her weekly column and cookbooks, Lucy is the food editor at Food & Drink, a magazine published by the Liquor Control Board of Ontario. She contributed to the new Toronto Insight Guide writing about the Toronto food scene as well as doing the restaurant reviews and she writes about food travel for Gayot.com the internet restaurant and travel guide. In 2005, Lucy was presented with the Gold Award in Food Media/Journalism by the Ontario Hostelry Association for her efforts in mentoring young talent and for educating the public about cooking and world cuisines through her writing and teaching. Lucy trained at Cordon Bleu, has an Ontario Teachers' Certificate and a degree in journalism. From 1972 to 1990, Lucy owned and directed The Cooking School, a Toronto school devoted to the teaching of good cooking. Specialties Recipe Development, Writing, Editing, Recipe Testing