From homemade marshmallows to batch cocktails, Asheville-area chefs and beverage experts share inspiration for gifts from the home kitchen.
Tasty Greens, GRIND, Morsel Cookie Co. and Leo’s House of Thirst are among the many new food and beverage businesses opening this fall in Asheville.
As its name implies, dent corn has a small dent in each kernel and is mostly used in its dried form as a grain.
What’s happens when a new chef steps into the leadership role in a well-established kitchen?
Seven area restaurants will support women’s health organization Planned Parenthood on Tuesday, May 16, through the third annual Chow for Choice initiative.
A fixture in West Asheville for 70 years, the Tastee Diner got new owners and a makeover this spring but still stays true to its roots as a local hangout spot.
From goose barnacles to puffer fish, Asheville chefs crave some crazy stuff.
Less than two weeks after the last chopstick was cleared from the final service of the Punk Wok pop-up kitchen at MG Road Bar & Lounge, chef Elliot Moss is back at it with a new project.
It has been said that too many cooks spoil the broth, but four acclaimed chefs from Asheville and Charleston, S.C., will cream that sentiment on Sunday, Sept. 28, and spoil a lucky few with a six-course dinner — all for a worthwhile cause. Ivan Candido of The Admiral and Todd Woods of Seven Sows will […]
Downtown’s fringe district sees new life.
The restaurant is a collaboration between chef Adam Bannasch of Zambra, chef Mike Moore of Blind Pig Supper club and Jason Caughman of Pisgah Brewing. The owners plan to offer heirloom vegetables, regionally sourced meat and seafood, and of course, bourbon.
The Bull and Beggar and the tentatively named Buxton Hill will come to southern downtown and the River Arts District, respectively. (Photo by Bill Rhodes)
A veritable festival of barbecue and blues was held at Hickory Nut Gap farm this weekend, courtesy of Ed Mitchell, Elliott Moss and Blind Pig (pictures by Cindy Kunst).
On Sunday, Jan. 22, Blind Pig — a not-for-profit dinner club held in various “secret” locations around Asheville — hosted the Rising Sun dinner, a 12-course Japanese meal prepared by chefs from the Admiral and Cucina 24. Local filmmaker Aaron Morrell documented the entire process, from start to finish. We have the video for you here.
A benefit at the U-Joint, the Admiral nixes late-night and a new dive bar opens on the west end of town.
WNC Magazine’s Chefs Challenge competitions debuted with a bang on Tuesday.