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Chefs Run Wild

Chad Klyne, Lyndon Wiebe & Clayton Klyne from web series turned television show “Chefs Run Wild”.

Without Borders is a web series fully funded, filmed and produced by Chad Klyne, Clayton Klyne and Lyndon Wiebe. Travel, food and adventure on a budget. It has since turned television series called Chefs Run Wild.

Clayton Klyne

Clayton Klyne

Clayton will always remember his culinary instructor at SAIT Professional  Cooking  College in Calgary, Canada saying, “Once you become a qualified chef, you can work anywhere in the world  you choose.”  He did just that, and hasn’t looked back since.

Clayton’s passion for food began at age 15 when he worked as a kitchen hand in a Winnipeg Deli.  Twenty years later he has had the opportunity to work in cities around  the world,  Edinburgh, Belfast, Calgary, Melbourne, and Auckland, just to name a few. He has also travelled extensively throughout Asia and Europe, on a mission to learn their regional cuisine, this being the basis for the “Chefs Run Wild” tv series


Lyndon Wiebe

Lyndon Wiebe

Lyndon was born and bred in Winnipeg before moving to Calgary in 1994. It was in Calgary where he discovered his passion for cooking and food.  After graduating high school Lyndon took his $50 VW Rabbit and drove across Canada on a trip that was supposed to last three weeks. Eight months later he finally returned with another passion; Travel. He then graduated the Culinary Arts program at S.A.I.T. in Calgary and decided to combine the two things he loved most. After nearly a year of cooking and traveling in Australia, Lyndon took his first trip to Asia. He then spent three years living in Scotland and exploring Europe.  In 2005 Lyndon came home to Canada.  A year and a half later he reunited with Clayton and Chad in New Zealand for a year, then headed back to Oz before embarking on the trip of a lifetime.  Lyndon currently resides in Winnipeg, Canada.


Chad Klyne

Chad Klyne


Chad is from Winnipeg, Canada born and bred. Chad has spent the last 12 years travelling to over 40 countries while working as a chef in such countries as New Zealand, Australia, Scotland, Northern Ireland and of course Canada. He has worked in all sorts of kitchens from restaurants to hotels as well as a Chef instructor in a hospitality academy in Auckland, N.Z. Chad has also worked in many catering establishments around the world including cooking a dinner for Prince Edward and family.

Now he is a part of the Friends-International team based out of Phnom Penh Cambodia. An NGO which helps marginalized youths and their families build futures. He is the Chef Advisor and Trainer for 6 training restaurants across South East Asia including Friends Restaurant, Romdeng, Marum, Sandan, Makphet and the new Khaiphaen Restaurant opening soon in Luang Prabang, Laos. The restaurants train former street youths and marginalized kids to cook food in real life award winning restaurants.










Without Borders have won 3 consecutive Taste Awards for 2010 – 2012 and nominated in 2103 for the best food & travel series on the web.

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  1. RC September 8, 2016 at 11:30 am #

    Hi guys!
    Just saw your episode in Manila on NatGeo. Truly felt sad about your experience. Hope you guys would find time to go back to the Philippines and also check out better and safe places which Filipinos are proud of, even on a budget! There’s a lot out there. Cheers to your show!

    • Without Borders September 9, 2016 at 5:27 pm #

      Thanks for the comment! Even though our experience in Manilla wasn’t the greatest we still loved it but especially all the towns and cities we saw in the rest of the country. The people were amazing and Philippines is beautiful! Every time someone asks where to go, I always recommend Philippines.


  2. Lisa Hamp April 29, 2015 at 1:11 am #

    Hi guys, my cousin just came from from an South Asian adventure for three months. He brought me such treasures and one of them being beautifully boxed Weasel Tea. Grounded.
    I want to know how to prepare if properly here in Canada.

  3. Scott April 22, 2015 at 6:21 pm #

    O boy I sure would like to know what all they dogs were doing in that big truck . Any more info on that ? So sad

    • Without Borders May 2, 2015 at 12:05 am #

      Yes Scott it was definitely not a nice thing to see. We were in Laos at that time right near the Vietnam border. I am afraid it was most likely heading there but really can’t be too sure….

  4. Helena March 4, 2015 at 9:36 pm #

    Just seen the show for the first time on aptn tonight…soo good!! Can’t wait to check out another!

    • Without Borders March 4, 2015 at 10:42 pm #

      So happy to hear that!!!! Thanks for the comment and glad you like the show!

  5. Lorna Tataryn March 12, 2014 at 3:20 am #

    Hi guys.. my comments are that you guys have done an incredible job with your program and your photography is absolutely amazing! You have definitely found your passion in life and it comes through in every thing you do. My question is, is your program available on dvd to purchase … Reno and I still watch your series every sunday morning, but if possible, we would like to have a permanent set to keep.. Any prospects of this now, or in the future?

    Best wishes in all your future ventures … keep going with what you’re doing, you have Anthony Bourdan’s program beat by far!!!


    • Without Borders March 14, 2014 at 1:20 am #

      Hey! Thanks so much for the wonderful comments! We love doing what we do and it makes it all worth while when someone else can appreciate it too!
      I can definitely put something together for you guys but sorry to say I have to wait until I get back to Canada. I will let you know as soon as I get it together. Thanks again for the comments and hope you guys are doing well!


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