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A Taste of Vietnam

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A culinary chronicle of Vietnam from The Perennial Plate

We're admittedly a bit late to the table on this on The Perennial Plate, a weekly web series documenting a foodie couple's adventures in sustainable eating. It's downright delicious. For "A Taste of Vietnam," TPP's Daniel Klein and Mirra Find ate their way through the Southeast Asian country for two weeks, exploring the hidden corners of Vietnamese cuisine. The fast-paced clip......read more

The Perennial Plate: An American Food Trip

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Daniel Klein sets out across the States on a sustainable food adventure

For "An American Food Trip," another instalment in the excellent Perennial Plate series about sustainable eating, filmmaker Daniel Klein and his team travelled 23,000 miles across 42 states to tell the stories of "Real Food in America." The resulting clip, cobbled together from seven terrabytes of footage, offers a fast-moving and fascinating glimpse at food culture all over the States. As......read more

The Perennial Plate: The Middle Way

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In China, the sustainable food series documents a restaurant owner's plight to promote organic produce

After graduating from an urban university and gaining some experience working in the city, Lifen Yang succumbed to the magnetic pull of her rural homeland near Kumming, in China's Yunnan province. Returning home, she applied her business know-how to launching her own restaurant. Sourcing organic produce from her parents' farm, Yang promotes healthy, sustainable food practices in the area. In "The......read more

A Spanish Road Trip

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The Perennial Plate takes a culinary journey around Spain

Here's a new instalment from The Perennial Plate, everyone's favorite food adventurers. A Spanish Road Trip finds them in--you guessed it--Spain, where the gastro-wanderers spent two weeks travelling from Basque Country to Galicia, Andalucia, and finally Barcelona. Then they edited down the footage to three minutes (much of it in diptych style) of pure goodness, soundtracked by a pretty......read more

The Perennial Plate: Ten Things We Love About Italy

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The best parts about about the best food country in the world

It's no secret that Italians know how to eat right, and while an amazing food culture is by no means the only thing the country has to offer, it is surely one of the highlights. The intrepid foodies at The Perennial Plate celebrate the great things about Italian food culture with "Ten Things We Love About Italy," an episode shot while traveling through the country. Different regions produce......read more

The Perennial Plate: The Truffle Hunters

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In pursuit of one of the great culinary treasures of the world

In another instalment of The Perennial Plate made possible by Intrepid Travel, the globe-trotting foodies find themselves in Marche, Italy, joining the locals in the hunt for one of the world's greatest culinary treasures: Truffles. The chase for the earthy delight involves two people (the hunter and the dealer) and a dog. The dog plays a starring role in this clip, as they hunt for the Biancetto......read more

The Perennial Plate: One Minute in Mexico

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Holy tamale! Take a high-tempo tour of Mexican cuisine

Daniel Klein and Mirra Fine back at it again with another episode of our favorite food and travel series, the Perennial Plate. The new clip is a fast-paced, one-minute summary of two weeks in Mexico, and it doesn't disappoint. Covering ground from Mexico City to Hidalgo, Oaxaca to Chiapas, the traveling gourmands ate more more beans, bebidas and tamales than you can shake a stick at. A......read more

A Tale of Two Rooftops

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Latest Perennial Plate episode stars rooftop gardeners in Beijing and Hong Kong

In the latest episode of The Perennial Plate, series creators Daniel Klein and Mirra Fine travel to East Asia, where urban farming is beginning to take hold on empty rooftops. The clip introduces us to Osbert Lam at City Farm in Hong Kong and Guichun Zhang in Beijing, each of whom have created rooftop garden oases in their respective cities. In both cases, it seems like the motives......read more

The Farmer and The Bluefin

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The Perennial Plate takes a looks at the controversial practice of tuna farming

Driven by demand in Japan's seafood market, stocks of the bluefin tuna have depleted 85 percent over the last forty-odd years. Can aquaculture help meet the demand and save the threatened species? In "The Farmer and the Bluefin," The Perennial Plate hones its cameras in on a bluefin tuna farm in Wakayama, Japan. Whereas most bluefin farming operations capture young fish......read more

The Perennial Plate: Carolina Gold

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In South Carolina, a seed farmer and a chef lead the return to age-old ingredients and methods

In Carolina Gold, a new episode of the excellent sustainable food series The Perennial Plate, we get a fascinating look at a renaissance in Southern cooking, with heirloom grains playing a starring role. Glenn Roberts of Anson Mills is leading the heritage food movement in South Carolina, supplying chefs like Sean Brock of Husk and McCrady's in Charleston. After filming Roberts at the Anson Mills......read more

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