Feasts and family What Asheville chefs bring to the table

Feasts and family: What Asheville chefs bring to the table

Volume
23
/ Issue
18

Cover Design Credit:

Norn Cutson

Cover Photography Credit:

Cindy Kunst
From the conventional to the unexpected, Asheville’s creative chefs each have their own favorite traditions that make the Thanksgiving holiday special. This year, several local food professionals bring their recipes and stories to the table to share.

arts

  • The artful life of Lady D’Arbanville

    -by Kai Elijah Hamilton
    Through her art, actress, muse and model Patti D’Arbanville tells many stories. She can often be found honing her craft at Tryon Arts and Crafts School; she’s now a resident…
  • Shane Parish records interpretations of Appalachian folk songs

    -by Alli Marshall
    “Originally the theme was death and judgement,” says Parish of the album that would become Undertaker Please Drive Slow. He’ll release it with a show at The Grey Eagle on…
  • Smart bets: Holiday Gingerbread

    -by Emily Glaser
    Author and illustrator Jan Brett will give a reading and sign copies of the book at Vance Elementary School on Wednesday, Nov. 30.
  • Travers Brothership celebrates its debut album release

    -by Bill Kopp
    The group — named No. 1 Alternative Band in WNC by Xpress readers this year — has scheduled a hometown show at the Salvage Station on Saturday, Nov. 26, to…
  • Big Boi Fly Fashion Show debuts at New Mountain

    -by Timothy Burkhardt
    The runway production will showcase urban and casualwear in men’s sizes 3x to 10x.
  • Smart bets: The Kruger Brothers

    -by Emily Glaser
    They recently performed the debut of "Roan Mountain Suite," their latest commission, in Bristol, Tenn. The trio return to Isis Music Restaurant & Music Hall on Friday and Saturday, Nov.…
  • Smart bets: FRITZgiving

    -by Emily Glaser
    Other local acts like DJ Marley Carroll and Hustle Souls join the bill for FRITZgiving at Asheville Music Hall on Friday, Nov. 25
  • Smart bets: TRiG

    -by Emily Glaser
    TRiG returns for his second show at The Orange Peel with fellow local artists Trip Gang, Deelayne, Leequan, Lazz and YPC Darius on Friday, Nov. 25.
  • Conscious party: Support for Standing Rock

    -by Kat McReynolds
    For supporters of the Standing Rock movement, there are multiple ways to get involved without leaving Asheville.

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