Web series mixes Montreal chefs, their restaurants and mental health – MONTREALINABOX

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Squawk & Gobble, on YouTube, serves up cooking lessons from some of the city’s best, plus a side dish of mental health awareness.

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JP Karwacki GOAL Initiatives’ founder Paul Desbaillets on the set with Ichigo Ichie chef Koichi Kawai. Photo by Courtesy GOAL Initiatives Foundation /jpg

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Cooking can be a a form a therapy, food can nourish the soul, and breaking bread can be a time for people to connect and open up.

For the GOAL Initiatives Foundation, a charity focused on mental health and well-being, its new series Squawk & Gobble combines those facets of culinary life in a free web series in which we get to watch Montreal chefs and restauranteurs make their dishes. The series introduces them to us on a personal level as it delves into their emotional health.

“It’s a campaign to bring awareness to the industry, and to keep the conversation going,” says GOAL Initiatives founder…


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