Nearly two-and-half years ago, Daniel Klein and his colleague Mirra Fine over at Perennial Plate set out to tell the stories of real food in the United States. In their first two seasons, they filmed several terabytes of coverage and more than 100 episodes in nearly every state. This season, they will embark on a bold new journey — telling the story of food culture internationally! Beginning this month, we’ll by teaming up with Perennial Plate, as a video content partner, for a regular monthly feature here on the Slow Food USA blog, lifting up new and interesting food stories told through video. Over the next few months, we’ll be looking back at some of our combined highlights. So without further ado, here’s one of their season recaps. And don’t forget to tune in next month for more fun from the road!
- Slow Food USA and Seed Savers Exchange partnership unveiled on World Soil Day
- Chefs Camp NOLA: Building seafood community for chefs and fishermen
- Gifts for your shelf (and your friends and family) from Slow Books
- Slow Food Live presents: Holler for collards in the kitchen
- Meet the collard sandwich, an iconic Lumbee Tribe meal