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Dine To Be Kind March 10, 2015

Dine to be kind asheville

On March 10, over 60 Asheville area restaurants are donating 15% of their food and drink sales to Asheville Humane Society during the nonprofit's Dine To Be Kind 

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Vortex Doughnuts: Redux

Vortex Doughnuts

If you have been reading my reviews, you might remember I visited Vortex during opening week. To recap, I was not the most impressed with their heavy, greasy cake doughnuts but vowed to visit them again for a taste of their yeast, the gold standard of basic doughnut craftsmanship. I took that opportunity again recently.

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Edison Beer Dinner 2/26/15

Edison Beer Dinner

It's All About Great Food and Great Beer and how they are meant to be together
Featuring brews from Oskar Blues and the handiwork of chefs Philip Bollhoefer and Jake Schmidt, this four course dinner happening at the Omni Grove Park Inn minutes from Downtown Asheville is perfectly paired.

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Beer Dinner hosted by The Thunderbird & Burial Beer

Burial Beer Dinner at MG Road

This Wednesday, February 4, 2015  the folks at Burial Beer Company are collaborating with Chef Elliott Moss (of Punk Wok, currently of Thunderbird and of the future Buxton Hall Barbecue) on a beer dinner at MG Road. 

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4th Annual Asheville Wing War Moves to New Mountain Asheville on March 1

Asheville Wing War 2014

Planning has begun for the 4th Annual Asheville Wing War and event producer, Lush Life Productions expects it to be its biggest year yet. Tickets will be available for purchase on Thursday, January 15 at noon and will be $20 per person. The ticket price includes unlimited wings and beer as well local music.

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Lex 18 Brings Touch of Downton Abbey to Asheville

Moonshine Shots at Lex 18, Asheville, NC

At Downton Abbey, every night is a dinner party. Fine china, black ties, the finest linens and silvers attended to by butlers and servants. Tinkling crystal and the most elegantly prepared meals, each need and desire anticipated and met before a word can be uttered. It is an experience that has no equal in our modern, rushed society.

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Local Cafe Now Serving Bone Broth

free range grass fed bone broth

There are many delicious ways to improve your health, and a great place to start, believe it or not, is with good ole fashioned bone broth. For thousands of years bone broths have provided essential minerals and nutrients to our ancestors worldwide, and they are still part of every known culinary tradition on earth. Bone broth is a flavorful liquid made by boiling the bones of just about any vertebrate you can think of, typically poultry, beef, venison, bison, lamb, or fish, in water for an extended period of time, typically anywhere from 6 to 72 hours depending upon the bones used.

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Jazz Brunch at Burial Beer Sunday 12/28/14

Burial Beer Company

They  will also be serving 1000 Faces Coffee as well as Beermosas with their Fransisca Satsuma Blonde and OJ (of course)! However it doesn't stop there- we are releasing our Voorhamer Imperial Stout on Sunday! The stouts are back in action!

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Cafe Kathmandu: Himalayan Nirvana

Cafe Kathmandu, Asheville, NC

I had the delightful occasion to dine a few weeks ago at Kathmandu, in downtown Asheville, North Carolina. I am a bit partial to exotic flavors and tastes, and adventurous. Apart from an unpleasant experience with some freshly caught undercooked grilled octopus in Cozumel, my escapades in finding new and delicious off-the-beaten path items has been quite exciting indeed.

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Winners of the 22nd Annual Gingerbread House Competition

22nd National Gingerbread Competition Winners

On Monday, Nov. 17, a full house of spectators and anxious competitors gathered for the awards ceremony of the 22nd Annual Gingerbread House Competition at The Omni Grove Park Inn. More than 150 entries were  evaluated throughout the day by a panel of elite judges, including award-winning chef, Cheryl Forberg, curator from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Nadine Orenstein, author of "Making Great Gingerbread Houses," Aaron Morgan, and others.

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