Lynn Crawford is a chef by profession, who rose to fame because of her cooking show Restaurant Makeover, which airs on Food Network. The Canadian chef has earned worldwide fame because of that show, as the show airs in 16 countries worldwide. She got cooking training from George Brown College in Toronto, and started appearing on television after that. She first appeared on Food Network for a cooking competition named Iron Chef America, where she had to compete with then Iron Chef Bobby Flay. The competition was occurred back in 2007, where she was lost to reigning Iron Chef.
She has shown some interest in tattoo art as well, as she has made a couple of tattoos on her body which are related to her profession. At first, she has made a small knife and sharpening steel. The tattoo was engraved just above left breast, and was engraved during early nineties when she was gone for a trip to Santa Barbara, San Francisco and Los Angeles. The second tattoo is two small black labyrinths located on palms of her both hands. She was once asked to explain these tattoos, where she explained it saying the labyrinths were the sign of life, as they represented life. She further explained that her hands were her life, as they worked and earned through them and without them she was nothing.
She has a third tattoo which is a colorful grapevine locate inside her right forearm. She was in a café in San Francisco where she had engraved it.