Asheville Strong to release digital cookbook to benefit Restaurant Workers Relief Fund

Press release from Asheville Strong:

Asheville Strong announced today that they will publish a digital cookbook to raise funds for restaurant workers crisis relief.

Asheville at Home: Iconic Recipes From Your Favorite Local Restaurants will feature over 35 recipes from the city’s independent restaurants. The cookbook, now available for pre-order, will be released in late May in a full-color digital PDF.

The cookbook includes recipes from many recognizable restaurants that have defined Asheville’s culinary scene as well as local favorites: Buxton Hall, The Market Place, Biscuit Head, Old Europe, Cúrate, Chai Pani, The Corner Kitchen, 12 Bones, Creekside Taphouse, Chupacabra Latin Cafe, Rosabees, Rocky’s Hot Chicken Shack, and more.

The cookbook is edited by Asheville Strong founder Catherine Campbell, manager Brandon Amico, and editor Stepfanie Romine (of The No Meat Athlete Cookbook, Cooking with Healing Mushrooms and more), and designed by Alyssa Phillips of Amp’d Designs.

Asheville at Home is priced at $19.95 and the net proceeds will be donated to NC Restaurant and Lodging Association’s Restaurant Workers Relief Fund.

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