Pitchin' In

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  • 2009
  • 4 Seasons

Pitchin' In is a Canadian cooking show that showcases the talents of chef Lynn Crawford. Produced by Kew Media Group, the show follows Lynn as she travels across Canada, sourcing fresh, local ingredients for her dishes. Each episode focuses on a specific region, highlighting the unique culinary offerings and traditions that exist in that area.

The show's format is relatively straightforward: Lynn arrives in a new location and sets out to meet local farmers, fishmongers, and other purveyors of fine ingredients. She then uses these ingredients to prepare a series of dishes, which she serves to a group of local residents or visitors. Along the way, she provides tips and insights into her cooking techniques, as well as information about the various ingredients she's working with.

One of the things that sets Pitchin' In apart from other cooking shows is its emphasis on sustainability and community. Lynn is passionate about supporting local farmers and producers, and she frequently visits farms, markets, and other locations where she can source the freshest ingredients. She also makes a point of highlighting the people and communities that make each region so unique, often incorporating their stories and traditions into her cooking.

Another standout feature of the show is Lynn's infectious personality. She's warm, engaging, and genuinely enthusiastic about the food she's sourcing and preparing. Whether she's chatting with a farmer about the challenges of growing a particular crop or sharing a laugh with a group of locals over a meal, Lynn's charisma and charm make her a joy to watch.

The production value of Pitchin' In is also top-notch. The show is beautifully shot, with stunning aerial footage of the Canadian landscape and intimate close-ups of Lynn's cooking process. The editing is sharp and dynamic, moving seamlessly between shots of Lynn in the kitchen, interacting with locals, and exploring the natural beauty of each region. The result is a visually stunning showcase of Canada's diverse culinary landscape.

In terms of the dishes themselves, Pitchin' In offers a wide variety of recipes that draw on local ingredients and traditions. From wild salmon and halibut in British Columbia to lobster and oysters in Nova Scotia, each episode features a range of dishes that highlight the unique flavors of the region. Lynn's cooking style is approachable and down-to-earth, with a focus on fresh, simple ingredients and classic techniques.

Overall, Pitchin' In is an excellent cooking show that offers a fresh perspective on Canadian cuisine. Lynn Crawford's infectious enthusiasm and commitment to sustainability make her a standout host, while the show's emphasis on local ingredients and community engagement adds depth and richness to each episode. Whether you're a seasoned home cook or simply a foodie looking for some culinary inspiration, Pitchin' In is well worth checking out.

Pitchin' In is a series that is currently running and has 4 seasons (51 episodes). The series first aired on January 4, 2009.

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Seasons
Halibut
13. Halibut
October 13, 2013
In this episode, Chef Lynn heads off to fish one of her favourite fishes, West Coast Halibut at Eagle Pointe Lodge.
Whitefish
12. Whitefish
October 13, 2013
Plentiful and native to The Great Lakes, whitefish is caught in Georgian Bay right into the winter, when Chef Lynn decides she's brave enough to endure the job.
Eggs
11. Eggs
October 13, 2013
Chef Lynn gets one-on-one with free run pasture raised hens and discovers there is no turning back once she experiences how superior their eggs are for cooking and baking.
Salmon
10. Salmon
October 13, 2013
Chinook salmon is prized for its meaty and rich flesh. Now it's being farmed sustainably on Vancouver Island. But it's a wet and cold business, as Chef Lynn finds out.
Pheasant
9. Pheasant
October 13, 2013
A lot of people think pheasant is fancy, but in Southern, Alberta, lots of folks grow up eating it. Chef Lynn finds out how tough and sneaky they are to catch.
Trout
8. Trout
October 13, 2013
Baked, Smoked, Grilled, fresh trout is one of Chef Lynn's favourites. But she never imagined she'd need to play hockey to find out how the locals enjoy it in Thornbury, Ontario.
Apples
7. Apples
October 13, 2013
The Annapolis Valley is one of the best areas in Canada for growing fruit, especially apples. Chef Lynn travels there to harvest some of the oldest species of apples in Canada.
Sweet Corn
6. Sweet Corn
October 13, 2013
Summer sweet corn and seafood is a match made in heaven for Chef Lynn. So she's willing to do whatever it takes to harvest some of the finest in the country.
Cherries
5. Cherries
October 13, 2013
Chef Lynn finds herself up a tree confronting her fear of heights once again. This time, she's fired on the job.
Watermelon
4. Watermelon
October 13, 2013
Watermelon says summer. But, as Chef Lynn discovers, harvesting them in the heat is tougher than a full workout at the gym with medicine balls.
Onions
3. Onions
October 13, 2013
The sweetest, most prized onion of all is the Vidalia, and Chef Lynn is willing to suffer to harvest them for the perfect French onion soup.
Artichokes
2. Artichokes
October 13, 2013
Chef Lynn travels to the artichoke capitol of North America to work with a third generation artichoke farmer. She even gets to try some artichoke muffins.
Strawberries
1. Strawberries
October 13, 2013
Plump, juicy strawberries grow low to the ground, so Chef Lynn finds out it's back breaking work to harvest the best. But these gorgeous berries inspire her to create a mouth-watering brunch.
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Where to Watch Pitchin' In
Pitchin' In is available for streaming on the Kew Media Group website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Pitchin' In on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon, Hoopla, Tubi TV and Pluto TV.
  • Premiere Date
    January 4, 2009