About Voula Halliday
Voula Halliday is a Cordon Bleu trained chef, writer, recipe developer and tester, television and radio presenter.
Her work has appeared in print and digital formats in a variety of publications including Bon Appétit, Canadian Living, National Post, Fresh Juice, Reader's Digest Canada, Best Health, Food & Drink, and Chatelaine, where she was both a contributing editor and an associate in the test kitchen developing and testing many of Chatelaine’s best-loved recipes.
Voula has worked with a variety of clients and brands promoting good food and healthy living.
She was on the team of experts that launched the world’s first eco-points programs - Green Rewards - acquired by Loyalty One, the hugely successful team behind the AIR MILES® loyalty program.
Voula served as co-chair of both the Toronto and Canada boards of Slow Food. She was one of the founding creators supporting the development of Terroir Symposium and remains on the executive team in Program Development since the first event in 2007.
Voula was the executive chef and program coordinator for a local Toronto District School Board Public School providing delicious nutrient-rich morning snacks and lunch to the students and the teachers every day. Dishes prepared for the program featured ingredients primarily sourced from local producers.
Voula is a professor of Recipe Research, Writing and Development, a course she co-developed that is part of the Food Media Program at Centennial College in Toronto.
Voula has appeared on a variety of Canadian television and radio shows and was a regular Chef Expert on CBC's Steven and Chris.
Eat at Home is her first cookbook.