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Cider City, USA

As bartenders bring back classic cocktails and beer fans geek out over traditional European styles, cider is poised to be the next retro beverage revival.
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Global Appalachia: Flavors of India

One of Western North Carolina’s most celebrated instructors of Indian cooking, Ruby Banerjee, demonstrates an impressive knowledge of a country known for its culinary variety.
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Roasted Corn & Pepper Pie

A perfect means of using up fresh, local corn and peppers before they’re gone for the year.
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Apples: Past, Present, Future

Farmers have been growing apples in Western North Carolina since the 1700s. Since then, they've weathered economic booms, downturns, changing consumer demands, and technological advancement—all of which continues to shape the industry today.
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Life's A Picnic

Local author Ashley English presents new ways to enjoy the outdoors this summer, with tips for putting together a picnic and suggestions for good spots to go.
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Getting Real With Root Bottom Farm

Farm dinners can be deceptive in their simplicity. Sarah Jones Decker of Root Bottom Farm shares the reality of these events.

PRESENTING THE BEST OF ASHEVILLE’S CULINARY CULTURE!

Monday, Jan. 28 | 5:30 – 9:30 | Tickets Start at $25

Eat. Drink. Think. Local.

Discover local farmers, chefs, and brewers. Stay up to date on seasonal dining trends. Explore things to do in the Blue Ridge Mountains.