The Perennial Plate

Danny Klein takes us on an adventure in sustainable food and adventurous living

Episode 172: The Land, The Sea

How do you choose the land or the sea? Longtime deep sea fisherman turned goat farmer, Gabriel Flaherty of Aran Islands Goats Cheese​, doesn\'t have to, the sea surrounds him and runs through his veins.

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The World is Burning, but Nova Scotia sure is beautiful

It's a respite to be up here, learning about oyster farming and Acadia, Syrian Chocolatiers and biodynamic winemakers.  We are two weeks into filming this Maritime Province and as I jump into the cold waters every morning or evening, I feel very lucky. It's a strange time to be traveling in Nova Scotia: to be posting idyllic pictures of wilderness, delicious seafood, and communities warmly accepting refugees. In fact, right now feels like a strange time to be doing anything besides reflectin...


Here we go Again: Nova Scotia Edition

[caption id="attachment_4018" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Same setup as our trip to Mexico, this time without Frankie :([/caption]       Three times a year, my brothers and I celebrate each of our respective birthdays together at Matt’s -  the dive bar home of the Juicy Lucy (the Juicy Lucy is probably Minnesota’s biggest claim to fame behind Prince).   We spend the meal talking about the past year, and the year ahead.  Last year, while avoiding hot cheese...


Kickstarter is over, but you can still donate

Hi Folks, we have been getting a number of emails requesting to donate to the immigrant/refugee film series despite the Kickstarter being over. So we set up a paypal account, any donation to this project will be split 50/50 between production and getting the films out to a wide and politically diverse group of people. Thanks!  ...