This September 17, you’re invited to help take back the ‘value meal’ by getting together with family, friends and neighbors for a slow food meal that costs no more than $5 per person. Host a dinner or have a potluck, and then post it on our facebook page along with your recipe if you wish. […]
Slow Food Asheville and Asheville Affiliates Present Feasting For Feast Buy your tickets now by clicking on this link: TICKETS Support the Slow Foods Asheville F.E.A.S.T. program while feasting on Asheville’s finest restaurant fare. Asheville Affiliates and Slow Foods Asheville are excited to host this special culinary event Thursday September 22 from 6:30-9:30pm at The […]
Watch a news clip of our FEAST program, developed by Kate Justen and Cathy Cleary, here: FEAST news clip To find out more about FEAST or how you can volunteer/sponsor, go to our ‘projects’ tab and click ‘FEAST’
http://www.farmersfilm.com/ This is the link to a new filming project being done locally by John and Cinnamon Kennedy. Below is the Black Mountain News Article which tells all about John, Cinnamon, and their project. Local farms to be subject of Black Mountain filmmakers By Staff Reports Two local filmmakers are using the subject of small […]
Come and show off your favorite BBQ recipe or side dish while swizzling down a house brewed beer or other favorite drink at Hops & Vines in West Asheville, Sunday July 17th from 5-7pm. This is a great time to hob-knob with board members, hear about our new projects, volunteer, and more. Bring a friend […]
The Appalachian Foods Storybank, a program of Slow Food Asheville (information below), would like to extend an invitation to a one-time, half day oral history training on Thursday, June 23rd from 12:00 to 5:00 PM. This workshop is intended to be the preliminary training for volunteers working with the AFS, however the material covered will […]
Don’t forget to buy your buttons for farm tour. You can view the ASAP website to find out where to purchase buttons, and see a map of the farms. Fill up the car with your family and friends, and head out to visit your regions’ farmers for the weekend!
Bring your kids to the City Market on Saturday, August 13th, from 9:00-12:00, and let us teach them about honeybees, how honey is made, enjoy a tasting, learn to cook with honey, and make a paper honeybee to take home, while you peruse and shop at your leisure!