The Perennial Plate has teamed up with the folks behind Cook it Raw (Charleston) to bring the world a behind-the-scenes film of the avant-garde event where chefs head into the wild to learn, explore and cook in a new territory.
Cook It Raw takes place in several cities around the world and brings together some of the most forward-thinking minds in the food industry. The Charleston edition featured pioneers like Dan Barber, Albert Adrià, Enrique Olvera, Ben Shewry, Sean Brock and April Bloomfield, among others.
The following clip gives you a feel for the great adventure the chefs experienced when they ventured into Lowcountry cooking this October:
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