Discover the rich history of food and drink in Western North Carolina.
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Collards dishes were shaped and developed by enslaved Africans in a way that makes them a uniquely American crop.
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A look at historic holiday menus reveals many surprises about Asheville’s history. Even as we see how health guidelines and social mores have changed, we also catch a glimpse of a culinary world that is not as unfamiliar as we might expect.
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The winery at the Biltmore Estate sells more than a million bottles a year, producing award-winning wines that have been served at the White House.