Georgia travels to a festival in the Ozarks where she is teaching a cooking class. We follow her as she prepares and gathers her ingredients - we meet a small town chicken farmer, gather produce at the local farmers market, and set the table at a local textile studio where Georgia learns to dye napkins.
In her public television debut, chef, bestselling author and outdoor expert Georgia Pellegrini shares recipes, projects and skills for a self-sufficient life, and introducing viewers to memorable characters along the way. Throughout MODERN PIONEERING, Georgia helps viewers hone new skills in the kitchen with refreshing recipes; offers gardening tips for all spaces (including urban fire escapes); and showcases DIY projects such as watermelon kegs, handcrafted paper and homemade survival kit. At the same time, she teaches viewers to waste nothing while rolling up their sleeves and tapping into their pioneer spirit. Traveling the country, Georgia also highlights artisans and craftsmen who are modern pioneers, as well as extraordinary food heroes with uplifting and moving personal stories.