Craig Fox

Craig FoxCraig Fox has been a veteran of radio for more than 30 years, waking up country music fans in this area since June 2002. Craig has also worked on radio stations in Toronto , Hamilton , Kitchener , Guelph and Chatham . Craig spent two seasons as the narrator of the weekly Life Network television program "Flick". He has also been the voice of national and international radio and television commercials for names like Bell ExpressVu, Brother, Canjet, Samsung, Suzuki, among many others. Craig and his family enjoy life in Oxford County and are proud to call this area home.

Join Craig mornings from 5:00 am to 10:00 am.



When You Win The Oscar

Friday, 24 February 2017 04:51 Craig Fox
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✓ Mention Budweiser in your acceptance speech and you get a free case a year.
✓ At a bar you can ask hotties: “Hey hon’, wanna polish my Oscar?”
✓ If you dangle it from your rearview mirror you can say goodbye to speeding tickets.
✓ No more of that phony “It’s just an honor to be nominated” bull.
✓ On camping trips, an Oscar is great for pounding in tent stakes.


It's Chili Day!!!

Thursday, 23 February 2017 07:06 Craig Fox
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This is the recipe I post annually for the Superbowl, but it stands as a great recipe (IMO) so I decided to repost it for Chili Day today. I don't put beans in my chili. I don't like beans, I won't use them, but since some people argue that it's not chili without the beans, I've listed them in the recipe. Warning. . . this is a two-day recipe. You can't make it today to eat today. Don't try that. Honest. Start it today, finish tomorrow, let it sit in the fridge to warm up for lunch or supper on Saturday.
Here's what you need to buy:
1 can of kidney beans
1 can of crushed tomatos
1 can or jar of tomato sauce
1 jar of chili sauce
1 jar of salsa
1 package of chili seasoning
5 cloves of garlic crushed
2 large onions
1 orange pepper
1 yellow pepper
1 green pepper
1 tablespoon of tobasco
salt and pepper
1 pound of ground beef
1 pound of ground pork
5 sausages. . . I prefer mexican, but italian will work.
(If you like it spicy, get a few jalapenos. I also like to have a large block of aged cheddar cheese handy at serving time.)
Today, cut up all the vegetables. . . Leave 'em kinda chunky. In a large pot, maybe a 5 quart or even an 8 quart if you have one, combine a cup of water, the tomato sauce, the crushed tomatoes, the chili sauce, the salsa, the chili seasoning, the garlic and the onions. . . Stir it good as you bring that to a boil, reduce the heat to low. Stir in the orange, yellow and red peppers and the tobasco. This is when i also cut a few jalapenos up and toss them in and then shake a little extra tobasco in. . . And then a little more. Now at this point what you would have is a decent paint thinner. . . Don't try to eat it. . . Trust me on this. Let it cook nice and slow for an hour or so and then take it off and put it in the fridge until Saturday morning.
First thing in the morning tomorrow, brown the ground beef, the ground pork and the sausages, which you'll cube and toss all of it in the pot with the rest of the works. Put it back on the stove on low for about 4 or 5 hours, stir it occasionally and make sure it's not burning to the bottom.
At some point during the day, grate the cheddar into another bowl and there you have it. Serve it up with lots of shredded cheddar cheese on top. . . lots! Also great for making Chili Dogs, but don't cheap out and use no-name wieners - get good quality dogs and buns that will stand up to the task. 

Why Curling Has Replaced Sex As The #1 Indoor Sport

Thursday, 23 February 2017 05:00 Craig Fox
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Today's is "Curling Is Cool" Day, celebrating the winter sport that is basically a drinking game with some house cleaning interspersed. If you've been watching the Scotty's Tournament of Hearts, being played in St. Catherines, you know that it can be a very slow at times, while it does have it's moments where the game becomes very intense and exciting. This may be one of the reasons why curling has replaced sex as the #1 indoor sport. Some others...

✓ In mixed curling, it’s acceptable to play with your best friend’s wife.
✓ You can score more than once in each end.
✓ You can do it in 8 houses in less than 2 hours.
✓ You get to shoot your rocks 16 times in just 1 game.
✓ You can use your rubber more than once.
✓ Short is not always bad.
✓ In mixed curling, women always shoot first.
✓ You can yell “Hurry, hurry, hard!” without anyone taking much notice.
✓ Men don’t fall asleep when play is completed.
✓ The ice-maker always cleans the sheets after you play.


Recently Discovered Parenting Blogs From The Olden Days

Wednesday, 22 February 2017 05:17 Craig Fox
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• “My Kids Keep Drawing on Our Cave Walls … And I Couldn’t Be Happier!”
• “What I Said Wrong (and Right) when My Son Came Out as a Gatherer”
• “14 Ways the Wheel is Making Our Kids Lazy”
• “Managing Scream Time: Are We Letting Kids Watch Too Many Gladiator Decapitations?”
• “A Letter to My Unmarriable Daughter as She Heads Off to Convent”
• “Overcoming Disappointment When Your Child’s Crusade Fails”
• “To the Woman Staring as I Dumped My Child’s Plague-Ridden Body Into the Street”
• “While Switching to the Gregorian Calendar, Don’t Forget to Schedule Some ‘Me’ Time”
• “Helping Your Son Pick the Indentured Servitude That’s Right for Him”
• “The Simple Trick I Used to Get My Kids Off the Couch and Back Into the Factory”


Latest US Secrets Leaked To The Russians

Tuesday, 21 February 2017 05:24 Craig Fox
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• America’s satellite defence system is just a Go-Pro on a really tall tree.
• The 11 secret herbs & spices in America's favorite fried chicken.
• The last 8 presidents have all been Richard Nixon in disguise.
• The annual Department of Defence budget is less than Kellyann Conway’s makeup bill.
• Steve Bannon is considering kicking the White House to the curb for a chance to fight in the UFC.
• How Donald Trump gets his hair to do that.


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