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It’s about choice.

We are much more likely to choose healthy food if we help prepare it.

FEAST is a hands on group cooking experience using fresh seasonal local ingredients with a focus on childhood and family nutrition.
We cook and eat food that is Fresh, Easy, Affordable, Sustainable and Tasty. Learn more about us.

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Volunteer on Sept. 14 and earn Money for FEAST

  VOLUNTEER FOR THE DU THE ASHEVILLE DU & 10K TRAIL RUN Volunteers are the backbone of a terrific event experience. Sign up to donate 1 – 2 hours of your time helping to make the event run smoothly by counting laps, helping at registration, and other useful tasks. All volunteers will receive yummy food and will […]

Feasting for FEAST 2014

Feasting for FEAST 2014

September 4, 2014 6:00 – 9:00 THE PILLAR 46 Haywood Street Downtown Asheville Tickets are $35 per advance and include; Sampling of wine by Biltmore Wines A special collaborative brew Oyster House Brewing Company and Riverbend Malt House Live entertainment by Augusta Wind and Earlene Hooch of LaZoom Comedy Tours Tastings from amazing local restaurants; All Souls Pizza, Earth Fare, […]

FEAST at Francine Delaney

FEAST and Slow Food Asheville are proud to be partnering with Francine Delaney New School for Children in an effort to bring FEAST programming to their school.  We are looking for a part time FEAST Garden Coordinator to help build the garden and cooking program to enhance the learning of all students at Francine Delaney. […]

Vance Elementary Peace Garden

Help FEAST and the Vance Elementary Peace Garden win $20,000!!

Please help FEAST and the Vance Elementary Peace Garden win a Seeds of Change garden grants! You can vote once everyday between now and April 21, 2014. Follow the link and click on the vote now tab, enter Vance Elementary Peace Garden and share with your friends! The Vance Elementary Peace Garden- Communities who grow, harvest […]

Pesto

Early season pesto

Why wait for Basil to be in season when you can make an amazing pesto with late winter or early spring greens… Arugula Pesto  1 bunch arugula rinsed and stems removed 3 cloves crushed garlic ½ teaspoon salt ¼ cup olive oil ½ cup walnuts (optional) ½ cup parmesan cheese Combine first 5 ingredients in […]

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