The Perennial Plate crew visits a school garden in Georgia where the students plant, harvest, and taste their very first radishes.
Don't watch this video unless you want to be overwhelmed by the urge to fly to Vietnam for dinner.
Meet a farmer, a forager, and some chefs at a farm-to-plate dinner with the Perennial Plate crew in Georgia.
The Perennial Plate crew drops by a refugee garden in Atlanta and goes home with a Bhutanese family for dinner.
The Perennial Plate gang stops in at a North Carolina farm to learn about a rare variety of heirloom corn and sample some moonshine.
On their way across North Carolina, Perennial Plate stopped to chat with some Native American farmers trying to change the food and work situation in their communities.
The Perennial Plate crew takes a break from meat-focused adventures and spends some time at an animal sanctuary.
On the Rappahannock River off Virginia's Chesapeake Bay, one family business hopes to restore the waterway's ecosystem, one oyster at a time.
Join the Perennial Plate crew as they climb into a dumpster with an experienced freegan and bring home the makings of a feast!
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