Slow Food is an idea, a way of living and a way of eating. It is a global, grassroots movement with thousands of members around the world that links the pleasure of food with a commitment to community and the environment….food that is good for its eaters, for the planet, and for the people that grow it.  Learn more.

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Slow Food Asheville & Foothills at Asheville Wine & Food Festival

Come out and meet the folks from Slow Food Asheville, Slow Food Asheville Foothills, FEAST, and Appalachian Food StoryBank on August 23 at the Asheville Wine and Food Festival! There is a lot to learn and this is a great place to meet the folks and ask questions, volunteer and donate to support these programs. […]


Feasting for FEAST: Thursday, September 4th at The Pillar!

Feasting for FEAST:  Thursday, September 4th at The Pillar! LaZoom hosts night of fun and food supporting FEAST, a program of Slow Food Asheville Asheville’s local celebrities Augusta Wind and Earlene Hooch know exactly what FEAST stands for: Fresh, Easy, Affordable, Sustainable, and Tasty cooking classes and gardening education for kids, empowering them to make […]


Slow Food Fundraiser at Overmountain Winery with Gigi Dover & Big Love

SLOW FOOD FUNDRAISER Saturday, May 31 • 4-8 p.m. at Overmountain Vineyards, 2012 Sandy Plains Rd., Tryon, N.C. 28782 La Bouteille Tryon , Mill Spring Farm Store, Overmountain Vineyards and Meanwhile: The Local Wineshop and Market, Saluda. Buy tickets online at TICKETS $25 through 5/25, $30 until Sold Out, $10 children

Carolina Ground’s Pig Roast Fundraising Dinner At All Souls Pizza

A fundraising pig roast dinner will be held Saturday, April 12th at All Souls Pizza, 175 Clingman Avenue, Asheville, NC at 6:30PM. Funds raised will go to Carolina Ground and their efforts to expand grain seed varieties for the Southeast.The pig that is to be roasted had a fine life, raised on the wheat mids– […]

Appalachian Food Storybank (AFS) invites you to attend an Oral History Training

Appalachian Food Storybank (AFS) invites you to attend an Oral History Training on Sunday, March 30th, 1pm-5pm at the NC Department of Cultural Resources facility, 176 Riceville Road in Asheville. The Oral History Training is open to the public and is geared toward anyone interested in oral history and the art of interviewing. Attendees will […]

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