Thank you for your support of Slow Food and interest in Deeply Rooted. Saving seeds and preserving culinary culture are ideals that resonate. We encourage your chapter to help spread John Coykendall’s important work by asking your public tv station to air Deeply Rooted - which is available to them as of late September by American Public Television.
We also hope that you enjoy the Camellia Red Beans and would love to hear about your viewing party via social media: #deeplyrootedfilm, @slowfoodusa, @lpborg, @camelliabeans and #redbeansdoneright. The dish is steeped in community and there are so many wonderful food memories, historical and cultural anecdotes surrounding Red Beans and Rice. Your chapter’s viewing party adds to the rich history of the dish!
- Vince Hayward, CEO Camellia Beans
Watch the Deeply Rooted Film
You can view the full film on LBP for free through Nov. 25
Watch the Deeply Rooted Trailer
#deeplyrootedfilm @slowfoodusa @lpborg @camelliabeans #beansdoneright
Camellia Brand Video
Classic Red Beans and Rice Recipes
A Tale of Red Beans & Rice
Red beans and rice are one of America’s great heritage dishes: delicious, egalitarian and centuries-old. The dish has brought generations of families and friends together at the dinner table.