Matty’s back, and there’s going to be a lot of explosions, steak, reckless driving, self-reflection, and Canadian eating adventures.
In the final episode of Keep It Canada’s first season, Matty explores organic urban farming, tree-cutting, and chalet-feasting in British Columbia.
In this episode of Keep It Canada, Matty heads to the Quebec countryside to give new meaning to the term “locally sourced ingredients”—then prepares a feast with his loot.
Matty heads to New Brunswick to hang out with his friend/spirit animal, Chef Jesse Vergen. The two hit the driving range, dig into caviar production, and make a lamb feast for Matty’s mom.
Matty heads to PEI to meet a potato farmer, go clam-digging, eat a whole lot of lobster rolls, and cook for his new Islander friends on the beach.
Matty heads to Newfoundland to fish for capelin with his bare hands, go on an insane hike that nearly ends him, cook seafood in a gorgeous cove, and make a fried chicken feast.
In the first installment of Keep It Canada, host Matty Matheson takes us to Canada’s craziest rodeo, gorges on carnival snacks, spots wild rams, and then rides horses through the majestic landscape. He also eats—and cooks—tons of amazing food.