Myrtle Beach, SC
S2 E210 - 26m 46s
Alex Thomopoulos travels to Myrtle Beach to cook up some delicious local dishes. With the company of acclaimed chefs Heidi Vukov and Adam Kirby, the three head to a quality farm and fresh seafood market to gather ingredients. The gorgeous green of a golf club sets the scene for a delectable feast including a pickled vegetable platter, paella, and a crab boil with oysters.
St. Augustine, FL
S2 E209 - 26m 46s
Host Alex Thomopoulos heads to sunny St. Augustine and meets with local chefs Genie McNally and Barry Honan to visit a pepper farm, shrimp boat, and a farm growing purple sweet potatoes. With the ingredients gathered fresh from these locations, the three prepare a delicious feast in a historic 19th century villa, including a table set with fresh shrimp and a purple sweet potato pie.
S2 E208 - 26m 46s
Host Alex Thomopoulos travels to Orlando, the “City Beautiful”. There, Alex joins beloved local chefs Trina Gregory, Gregory Propst and Shelby Farrell to gather ingredients from a 400-acre family farm and a holistic chicken farm. Together, they prepare a wonderful feast including cucumber pickle brine, grilled mojo chicken, and the perfect southern deviled egg.
S2 E207 - 26m 46s
Host Alex Thomopoulos joins local chefs Felicia LaCalle and Melly Gardner on their delicious journey across the lively city of Tampa, Florida. Along with these talented chefs, Alex travels to a family-owned fish shop and a historic farm and grove to gather ingredients and prepare a decadent feast including mojo banana leaf grouper and a garlic citrus snapper.
Moveable Feast: Flagstaff, AZ
S2 E206 - 26m 46s
The mountains of Flagstaff, AZ are the backdrop for this week’s feast. Local chefs Joe Rodger and Rochelle Daniel introduce host Alex Thomopoulos to the area, including a foraging collective owned by a group of friends and one of the highest-rated cattle ranches in the country. Courses include a beef ragout and duck with cooked sunflowers, a feast is set high atop the woodsy Colorado Plateau.
Moveable Feast: Phoenix, AZ
S2 E205 - 26m 46s
Host Alex Thomopoulos explores the blossoming renaissance of the food scene in Phoenix, AZ. Chefs Donald Hawk and Taylor Sorenson display the region’s cuisine both contemporary and ancient, including a visit to a reservation for indigenous crops and food traditions. The table is set with savory beef, foie gras, and blue chile cornbread for a magnificent feast set in a historic hilltop mansion.
Moveable Feast: Colorado
S2 E204 - 26m 46s
Host Alex Thomopoulos travels to the Rocky Mountains of Colorado in this week’s episode of Moveable Feast with Relish. There, award winning chefs Paul Anders and Mackenzie Nicholson visit a cattle ranch and a farm with 9000 feet of elevation to gather their ingredients. These chefs will set the table with sirloin steak and elk chop in Beaver Creek for an elevated feast like no other.
Moveable Feast: Montana
S2 E203 - 26m 47s
The wilderness of Montana sets the scene for Chefs Nick Steen Gullings and Ben Harman to introduce host Alex Thomopoulos to a collection of locally-owned ranches and gardens that provide the ingredients for their critically acclaimed dishes. The table is set at the family-owned Camelot Ranch for a delicious and unforgettable feast including a Vietnamese vegetable salad and Korean style lamb leg.
Moveable Feast: Connecticut
S2 E202 - 26m 46s
Travel to Connecticut with host Alex Thomopoulos to meet three trailblazing female chefs: Chrissy Tracey, Ashley Flagg, and Renee Touponce. After gathering ingredients at a mushroom market and oyster farm, we travel to a repurposed 17th century mill where a waterfall serves as the backdrop for an adventurous feast with chicken with grits, oyster stew and a dessert of decadent hickory ice cream.
Moveable Feast: Rhode Island
S2 E201 - 26m 46s
Travel to the smallest state for some big flavor. In the heart of Jamestown, Rhode Island, acclaimed local chefs Eli Dunn and Andrew McQuesten introduce their innovative styles of sustainable cuisine. Alex pays a visit to an eco-friendly oyster hatchery and a produce farm to set the table for a breathtaking cliffside feast including grilled oysters, clam chowder, and a New England blueberry pie.
Stream tens of thousands of hours of your PBS and local favorites with WETA Passport whenever and wherever you want. Catch up on a single episode or binge-watch full seasons before they air on TV.