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Food of Love

The Food of Love at the West End Bakery

The Café String Quartet and the West End Bakery and Cafe present “The Food of Love” a Valentines Fundraiser for FEAST. The Café String Quartet is a professional string quartet based in Asheville, NC. They have been satisfying musical appetites with music for in the Western North Carolina since 2000. Their diverse musical menu features […]


Sunday Jazz Brunch to benefit FEAST in January

Every Sunday, Burial Beer Co. host a Jazz Brunch starting at noon at the taproom. The perfect marriage of good beer, fresh, delicious food and lively music. The food will be served from noon until it runs out. Take your time in the morning and swing by Burial’s taproom at noon on Sundays for a […]


West End Bakery and Cafe Cookbooks are now on sale, proceeds benefit FEAST

Cookbooks can be purchased at the bakery or on their website. The new cookbook includes more than 75 recipes and photographs of some of the favorites from the West End Bakery and Cafe.  For Co-Owner Cathy Cleary, the cookbook’s importance lies in the stories behind the recipes. “I’m excited to share those stories with people […]

From scratch pie crust

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 are available for pick up on TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, FROM 2:00-4:00 PM IN MRS. […]

Recipe of the Month – Healthy Coleslaw

Sometimes a healthy salad becomes high in fat when you top it with the wrong dressing.  Using fruit to sweeten your salad increases the nutritional value as well as omitting the need for added sugar. Coleslaw 1 small head green cabbage, grated 1 small bunch Kale, chopped 2 carrots, grated ½ small onion chopped 1 […]

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