A feast is more than just a meal. It’s a repository of our proudest and happiest memories, of celebrations of food, of culture, of family and friendship. The ingredients don’t have to be fancy. But they have to feel real.
Californians Jarrid Masse and Robyn Wilson may not have a lot, but they have each other. They also have an incredible portable beignet cart, the Poor Porker, which is the toast of Lakeland, Florida. This is a story about finding your dreams, and love, and food, wherever you live. “You really can do anything that you want to do,” Robyn says. She and Jarrid prove it daily. Poor Porker truly is a moveable feast.
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