We have never had the opportunity to smell the inside of a cheese cave in Parma, nor have we tasted the creamy flesh of the fruit from a cocoa tree. However, thanks to Daniel Klein and Mirra Fine of the James Beard Award-winning web series The Perennial Plate, it feels as though we have lived those experiences. The duo began in 2010 by filming a year of eating entirely locally in Minnesota. By the second season, their trips had grown ever grander in scale. One moment they were ice fishing on Pokegama Lake in Itasca County and the next they were building a Kickstarter campaign to travel the country seeking out local-food makers. Whether you are a fan of wonderfully intimate stories, intriguing foods, or just stunning travel photography, the journeys of The Perennial Plate will always transport, delight, and inform.