Wednesday Nov 29, 2023

Life, lessons, food & history with multi-passionate entrepreneur, Destiny Moser

In this episode, Destiny and I chat about her transition from her 20 year corporate career, into following her heart to become a chef - a dream she never fully leaned into as an option until she found herself reevaluating her career during the pandemic. As a foodie, and as someone curious about her culture as an indigenous woman, Destiny is not only operating her business serving healthy, fresh meals to doorsteps in the Waterloo Region, but also diving into research about native foods to her culture and recreating meals with her history in mind.

Have a listen as we chat about life, change, adaptability and the power of the human spirit. It was an honour to sit and chat - I learned so much from her about foods native to our country, and they likely aren't what you think.

About the guest:

Chef Destiny is the owner of FoodZen, a personal chef & pre-made meal business in Waterloo Region. Her goal is to bring zen to busy family schedules, assist professionals in a better work/life balance & help seniors maintain their independence.

Destiny’s focus is to create meals that are hyper-local & ultra-seasonal. Her farm-to-table approach supports many local businesses & favours whole foods over processed ones. In October 2022, Destiny partnered with Bingemans to open Cedar Spoon Indigenous Catering. With Cedar Spoon, her goal is to showcase the Indigenous foods of Canada while continuing her own healing & reconciliation journey.


Find Destiny at (FB & IG) (IG) or by visiting the website at



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