The Quest for Taste Shorts Program w/The Best Place to Tell Stories, Mitsuharu Tsumura of Maido, A Brief History of Acadians in Nova Scotia (and their food), The Grey Zone, Virgilio and Malena Martínez, Café de Temporada, Wild Mushroom and Venison with Jon Parry, Bay of Fundy

Location: Al Whittle Theatre - Main
Date: Saturday, October 27, 2018
Time: 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Price: $15.00 - Buy Now

The Best Place to Tell Stories

Chef Adair Scott from the Watermark Beach Resort in B.C. forages a perfect, seasonal plate.
Canada, 2018, 5 minutes
Director Kevin Kossowan

Mitsuharu Tsumura of Maido

In Lima, Mitsuharu Tsumura has created a tasting menu inspired by the Peruvian sea.
Peru, 2017, 4 minutes
Director Jim Kane

A Brief History of Acadians in Nova Scotia (and their food)

Without a country, what defines a people? Simon Thibault​ takes us to his Acadia, where family and homely food give a sense of place.
Canada, 2018, 4 minutes
Directors The Perennial Plate

The Grey Zone

The 250-year-old dispute between the U.S. and Canada for Machias Seal Island makes the news again.
USA, 2018, 16 minutes
Director Brian Gersten

Virgilio and Malena Martinez

Chef Virgilio Martínez of the restaurant Central, along with his sister Malena, tour the Peruvian Andes in search of native ingredients and culinary traditions that date back thousands of years.
Peru, 2017, 7 minutes
Director Jim Kane

Café de Temporada

Four Nicaraguan kids move to a Costa Rican coffee farm with their families to work over the summer, but kids will be kids.
USA, 2018, 13 minutes
Director Maria Luisa Santos

Wild Mushroom and Venison with Jon Parry

Chef Jon Parry embodies the forage to plate experience.
UK, 2018, 2 minutes
Director Jamie Orlando Smith

From the Wild: Bay of Fundy

James Beard award-nominated filmmaker Kevin Kossowan finds himself on an epic Nova Scotia adventure.
Canada, 2018, 26 minutes
Director Kevin Kossowan

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