THE FOOD SEEN welcomes back Daniel Klein and Mirra Fine of The Perennial Plate, whom return to the states after the first leg of their Real World Food Tour, which will take them to the likes of Japan, Sri Lanka, Turkey, South Africa, Argentina … and if you already hunger for more like me, check out their facebook page for travel photos in Japan and China. They’ll be hosting a Season 3 release “Gaijinner” (“Western Guys Making Japanese Food”) dinner at Chef Brad McDonald’s Governor with guest Chef Sean Brock on Thursday, Oct 25th, 2012. More info and reservations… This program has been sponsored by S. Wallace Edwards & Sons.
“A huge part of being a documentary filmmaker is bringing out these genuine moments. And it’s hard to capture those genuine moments when you don’t speak the language.” [3:15] — Daniel Klein on THE FOOD SEEN
“When you go to a different country, you want to be polite, kind, and not invade people’s spaces. But at the same time, you kind of learn that you have to shoot until people tell you to stop.” [26:00] — Mirra Fine on THE FOOD SEEN