LUCKY CHOW: Food As Global Locavore
Stream now or tune in Saturday, Sept. 19, 2020 at 1 p.m. on KPBS TV
Friday, September 18, 2020
Credit: Courtesy of American Public Television
It isn’t just recipes that get imported and exported between the East and West, but also food practices. The farm to table movement is not at all uniquely American.
On “Food As Global Locavore,” we travel around China’s Hangzhou region with Dai Jianjun of Dragon’s Well Manor and to Sang Lee Farms in New York’s North Fork to see how widespread this movement to keep things local really is.
About Season 3:
In Season 3 of LUCKY CHOW, host Danielle Chang takes the show to Asia – including Seoul, Korea and Shanghai, China – for the first time, in addition to locations throughout the U.S. While there, she explores the trends that are born out of tradition, and the many items and customs we see here in the United States which are steeped in a rich Asian history. From "K Beauty" (Korean beauty), to medicine, to performance art, the series takes a closer look at the many ways food and culture are intertwined.
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