Heritage Foods Pie Making Fundraiser

July is THE best month of the year for fruit pie! We’ll gather round the picnic table for summer berry Prosecco spritzers and veggies from the garden. Then we’ll make flaky butter crusts to wrap around the fruit filling of your choice. Each of us will make a small pie to take home or share. Fillings include blueberry, peach, blackberry, plum and more. While our pies bake, we’ll enjoy a slice of “Oh, Mama” wild blackberry bittersweet chocolate pie and a scoop of homemade creamy vanilla frozen custard.

Come join us this Sunday, July 10th, from 1:00-4:00!

All proceeds for this class go to the Appalachian Foods Storybank, a new oral history project of Slow Food Asheville’s Heritage Foods Committee. If you or a family member or friend have tales to tell about old-time mountain farming, cooking, or family food traditions that need to be preserved, contact Barbara below. We can help capture stories via written word, photos, and video. Volunteers needed, training provided.

Classes held in East Asheville, 5 miles from downtown. For more information, www.logcabincooking.blogspot.com, To register, contact Barbara Swell at barbara.swell@gmail.com $45 per person