Farmer & Chef Asheville Cookbook

Farmer & Chef Cookbook

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Meet the farmers who preserve our Appalachian mountain heritage and the chefs who make our city a” Foodtopia” ® destination, as branded by the Asheville Convention and Visitors Bureau.

-With this book, you can take home a slice of Asheville’s award-winning dining and craft-beverage scene, with recipes from local restaurants, bars, farms, and farmers markets. Recreate dishes handed down generation to generation. Discover new ideas for family suppers and parties.

-Filled with stunning photographs, informative sidebars and essays, Farmer and Chef Asheville will offer over 200 easy-to-follow recipes from area chefs, farmers and food artisans.

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  • An Ashevillian Eats Iceland
    An Ashevillian Eats Iceland

    January 8, 2015 by

    Late this fall, this food lover headed to Iceland. I got my fill of several Asheville favorites before I left, worried I’d starve: I was prepared to see menus brimming with fermented shark (called Hákarl), puffin, and whale but not actually prepared to dine on any of these delicacies—I’m no Andrew Zimmern. While these foods could be found if sought out, I discovered the average restaurant serves dishes that are less “bizarre” and more banal: think pizza and panini. In fact, marketing materials for Reykjavík boast that the capital’s most popular restaurant is a hot dog stand.To be sure,...
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