Tag: The Perennial Plate

The Perennial Plate travels to Beijing and Hong Kong to get a glimpse at what China is doing in its dense urban environments to bring farming back to city life. Rooftop farms are becoming a thing here. Another one that I know of in Hong Kong is HK FARM.

A Day in India from The Perennial Plate on Vimeo. I really want to go to India to ride those crazy cramped trains and eat their food. Looks so good! [via]

The Farmer and The Bluefin from The Perennial Plate on Vimeo. Definitely not for the faint of heart (some scenes are pretty graphic), but if you’re curious at all about how bluefin tuna are now raised in farms in Japan, this is the video to watch. The fish are a lot bigger than I expected.

From Japan with Love (and Dashi) from The Perennial Plate on Vimeo. The Perennial Plate shares this video of them eating through Japan in 2 weeks. Yummy!! [via]

The Perennial Plate takes a trip on a real Maine lobster boat and witnessed a lobster feast like no other. Watch until the end for the yumminess. I WANT.

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