PBS and Edible Feast Partner for Local Food Show “The Victory Garden”

Even though The Victory Garden is in its 35th season, this will be the first time it features Edible as a partner.

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PBS has had some pretty great programming over the last few years. They picked up Downton Abbey and satisfied food history nerds and inspired an entire generation of armchair landscape artists with Bob Ross. They also aired the weirdly addictive Mind of a Chef and captivated us with David Chang’s bro-y yet likable approach to hosting. Edible Feast is proud to be a part of this long line of theatrical masterpieces starting in December with upcoming season of The Victory Garden.

Even though the show is in its 35th season, this will be the first time it features Edible as a partner. We’re also collaborating with Perennial Plate, a James Beard Award winning food documentary series. The thirteen episode season will crisscross the nation visiting fisheries, farms, foragers, and animal sanctuaries. We’re particularly excited for their coverage of heirloom corn and sugar cane in North Carolina and sea bean harvesting.

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Claire Brown

Claire is the Associate Digital Editor at Edible Manhattan and Edible Brooklyn. When she's not writing about food, she can often be found leading tours at the Union Square Greenmarket.