In the Aug. 1 Xpress, we asked area chefs Adam Bannasch, Reza Setayesh and Brian Canipelli to describe their ideal — and thankfully hypothetical — last meals. In part two of The Last Supper, a three-part series, we proposed the same sobering concept to Cúrate’s Katie Button and Damien Cavicchi from the Biltmore Estate. For Button and Cavicchi, a treasured meal is inextricable from place — even if that place no longer exists, in Button’s case.
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