Why Did the Chicken Cross The World?

Why did the CHICKEN cross the world? Come meet Andrew Lawler, the author of  “Why Did the Chicken Cross the World?” The Epic Saga of the Bird that Powers Civilization. Saturday, April 4 at 3 p.m. At the NEW Hendersonville CommunityCo-Op Location; 60 S. Charleston Lane,Hendersonville, N.C. 28792. At the corner of Spartanburg Hwy.& South Charleston Ln. Questions? […]

More Than Honey

More Than Honey March 16th at 7pm – Tryon Theatre Bring your friends and family to a free movie on bees and beekeeping with a reception beforehand at La Boutielle Wine and Beer Boutique. This awesome documentary showcases beekeeping around the world, demonstrating why bees and beekeepers are vital to our existence on earth. Thanks to […]

NC Save The Honey Bee specialty license plate

One of the key elements of the team’s awareness project was creating a NC Save The Honey Bee specialty license plate. Revenue from this plate will help fund educational outreach materials and other ongoing expenses related to the Honey Bee Habitat on Grandfather mountain, as well as supporting honey bee research at NC State University. Click […]

The Café String Quartet and the West End Bakery and Cafe present “The Food of Love” a Valentines Fundraiser for FEAST.

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West End Bakery and Café Cookbook

Book Launch Party on Friday December 12th 7-9pm at West End Bakery!   Here are the details: Cathy Cleary will host the launch of her cookbook “The West End Bakery and Café Cookbook.” Over 75 of Cleary’s original recipes that are West End favorites are included, and will be on sale for $19.99 plus tax. […]

Annual From Scratch Apple and Pumpkin Pie Fundraiser at Asheville Middle School

Each fall Mrs. Monson’s classes spend 3 days making homemade- totally from SCRATCH- apple and pumpkin pies. Crust is from scratch, apples are all processed by students, pumpkins roasted and pie filling made all with fresh, local ingredients. The pies cost $15 each and will be available for pick up on TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, FROM 2:00-4:00 PM […]

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

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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 […]

Pruning Party at the Edible Park

Downtown Asheville – Saturday, February 1st, 10am – 2pm The Buncombe Fruit and Nut Club invites you to join in a FUN and FREE event at Washington Carver Edible Park .There will be some hot food, you can learn how to prune trees and shrubs with pruning demonstrations, and identify edible species. A kids’ station […]

Interested in being a part of Slow Food Asheville?

Are you passionate about local and sustainable food? about teaching our kids how to cook for themselves? about preserving our Appalachian traditions regarding food? Well lucky for you we are accepting new board applications for the Slow Food Asheville Board of Directors! You can go to the link HERE on our website to fill out […]

Slow Food Membership Meeting

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Come join Slow Food for our annual Membership Meeting, Sunday, November 17th starting at 4:30 at All Souls Pizza This will be a fun, casual potluck event to gather together our community around Good, Clean and Fair Food! Beer will be available for purchase from All Souls Pizza. Families welcome!