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The Perennial Plate

The Perennial Plate  is a two-time James Beard Award winning online weekly documentary series dedicated to socially responsible and adventurous eating. Chef and Activist, Daniel Klein and Filmmaker Mirra Fine are traveling the world exploring the wonders, complexities and stories behind the ever more connected global food system.

The interest in local, natural and organic foods continues to grow, and Kentucky is no exception.
Black garlic—which is fermented and is mild, sweet and savory—make this salad a treat. Plus you get your greens in!
We love us some cheese. So imagine our delight when Cristin Burns from New Leaf Market in Tallahassee, Florida asked us to do a cheese demo along with their weekly wine tasting.
A small handful of ingredients is all you need to make this simple, yet amazingly delicious blueberry pie.
It's not every day that we get invited to small town Maine to go out on a lobster boat, eat local blueberry pies and have a lobster bake. But that's what happened when we opened our inbox a couple months back.
Nothing illustrates our great esteem for co-ops more than our "On a Northern Farm" episode featuring Mississippi Market and Ashland Food Co-op. It's interesting how two stores so far apart would be so closely connected.
During Daniel Klein's Real Food Road Trip, he stopped at Mississippi Market where they challenged him to create dishes using only select ingredients. Check out the delicious results!
When Daniel Klein of The Perennial Plate visited Ashland Food Co-op as part of his Real Food Road Trip, he grilled up some amazing dishes! Here's the second of two recipes.
Good food and good community are two things that should go together. Such was the case at the Ashland Food Co-op in Oregon.
When Daniel Klein of The Perennial Plate visited Ashland Food Co-op as part of his Real Food Road Trip, he grilled up some amazing dishes! Here's the first of two recipes.

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