I don’t often talk about my childhood because it’s challenging. My parents had me when they were 20 years old and the thought of having a 19 year old right now if I was in their shoes is pretty daunting. We struggled financially, and for the most part my parents shielded us from knowing. I lived a very happy childhood and all things considered I think back on those years fondly.
That being said, my mom has shared me over the years that times were really tough and sometimes we had to rely on the food bank to keep my brother and I fed.
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For those of you who follow along with the DoTheDaniel.com team on social media, you’ll have noticed that we’ve been working on something big with Chef David Rocco and today we are so excited to tell you what that is. In conjunction with Barilla Canada, David has become the face of the #ShareTheTable campaign. Alongside the new website ShareTheTable.Barilla.ca, the program aims to help Canadians get back to what is important. We had the pleasure of creating a family moment with Catherine, Amanda & Lyric in Ottawa to celebrate the new program and even got the chance to chat with David about why it is so important to him. Come and see why we all #ShareTheTable with Barilla Canada products and so should you! Continue reading “Food & Wine | Barilla Canada & David Rocco launch Share The Table”
The holidays season has settled and life seems to be getting a lot busier for us all. I am true believer that supporting positive campaigns & working with brands that have a strong Corporate Responsibility is important, no matter how busy I get. That is why I am excited to tell you all about McCain Foods Canada‘s newest initiative and the #McCainShareGood Campaign. Come & see how they are planning to make a difference in the lives of countless Canadians and how your support can help you WIN with DoTheDaniel.com. Continue reading “Contest | Making a Difference with McCain Foods Canada’s #McCainShareGood Campaign”