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Menu Announced for Nature’s Craft Beer Dinner at Catawba Brewing

craft beer dinner

Tickets are now available for the Nature’s Craft beer dinner, presented by The Admiral, The Bull & Beggar, and Catawba Brewing. This exclusive event will be held on Tuesday, November 13, starting at 5:30pm in Catawba’s Asheville South Slope brewery. Proceeds from the dinner will benefit The Center for Craft.

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Abby the Spoon Lady to Headline 2018 Taste of Asheville

AIR 2018

Forks up and spoons out: Abby the Spoon Lady and partner Chris Rodrigues will headline the 10th anniversary Taste of Asheville: Taste & Tunes Thursday, Nov. 15 in Downtown Asheville. 

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Celebrating 10 Years of Taste: Taste of Asheville returns Nov. 15

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Asheville’s biggest culinary event celebrates its 10th Anniversary of bold flavors and palate pleasers.

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WNC Battle of the Burger Returns for Year Three

wnc battle of the burger

This August 21, All American Food Food Fights Presents the 3rd Annual WNC Battle of the Burger from 2-5pm, at Salvage Station in Asheville. Local restaurants can be nominated via social media on All American Food Fights Facebook page, or at via email to kelly@allamericanfoodfights.com

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New Cookbook To Highlight Asheville’s Culinary Community

asheville cookbook

The cookbook you’ve been craving is coming to Asheville.

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Small Business Highlight: Mooty’s Chips

Mooty's Chips

As with every new year, thousands of people have vowed to start things off right by making food and lifestyle changes for weight loss, better health, and positive body image. Even when motivated, it can sometimes be challenging to retrain yourself how to eat and find suitable replacement snacks that are healthy and satisfying. Small local startup Mooty's Chips is bringing a new type of healthy snack that can help you start 2016 happy, healthy, and full. 

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Behind Every Good Chef is a Kitchen Staff Who Can Make or Break Them

Food television is full of celebrity chefs like Alton Brown (my personal hero/crush), Giada DeLaurentiis and Gordon Ramsay. These chefs have helped shape popular culture's impression of the food world. There is much focus on chefs, their abilities and their creative drives. We can probably name a dozen chefs from Julia Childs to Bobby Flay, but one chef cannot run any kitchen. And woe be to those who call the chef a mere "cook." Why the heirarchy?

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Take a Trip South with Lafayette’s Cajun and Creole Food

I visited Lafayette restaurant, the newest child of the Bouchon family, last weekend, during their opening week.  Chef Tref Hundertmark brings some of his experience in cooking in New Orleans to bear in the kitchen, and did a fairly good job on his work. However, I recommend this restaurant with some reservations about the dishes and with the hopes that he will take note of some of the items I found lacking.

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Asheville Food & Wine Pre-Fest Kicks Off May 1st

Asheville Food and Wine Fest

The Asheville Wine & Food Festival makes it possible to sample every delicious flavor Asheville has to offer.

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