Lynn Crawford Bio

To survive in the kitchen requires a mix of tenacity and a lack of fear. Pegged as Canada’s Top Female Chef, Lynn Crawford marries the characteristics together in perfect harmony. Her successful following from Restaurant Makeover as well as Iron Chef America on Food Network, has heightened the awareness to the necessity of good cooking alongside the importance of cooking through entertainment.

The creation of a delicious meal requires passion and quality ingredients. To have one without the other would seem unnatural and would go against everything that Lynn Crawford stands for. Having made countless visits to the local farmers’ market, she has built an appreciation for the difference that fresh makes and incorporates these values into her work in the kitchen.

Maintaining a philosophy that food needs to be celebrated and shared with family and friends, Lynn believes that food is not something that should be kept to oneself but shared amongst many as a means of providing a sense of enjoyment.


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