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.
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If you missed the film viewing at Isis Music Hall on April 24, do not worry. We have the film in its entirety here for your viewing pleasure. Sit back, relax and enjoy the journey of FEAST.
It’s hog time on Wednesday April 24th at the Isis on Haywood Road. Slow Food Asheville presents an evening of film (followed by live music). You can get to know some local farmers, including Allan Benton of Benton’s Bacon, in “Preserve,” a film by Blind Pig. Then follow the process of butchering a hog from [...]
FEAST Co-founders Cathy Cleary and Kate Justen were able to spend 2 wonderful nights at Zambra raising awareness about FEAST during the Forever Creole Blind Pig dinners. FEAST is currently working on expanding classes at local elementary schools and after school programs. This takes us in the right direction! Each 1 hour class provides a [...]
Starting February 1st, for two months, all online purchases of the Go Local Card will give you the option for $5 of your purchase to benefit local non-profits, including FEAST!! Visit the Asheville City Schools Foundation or Asheville Grown and help support our great work! Make sure you click on FEAST/Slow Food Asheville in the drop down [...]
What is a Blind Pig Dinner? Dinners intend to spotlight the creative talent that is unique to the Southern Appalachians with food, art and music combined in one experience. They also proudly raise awareness and funds for local and very important charities with each dinner concept.