Celebrity Chef Vivian Howard, co-owner of Chef & The Farmer in Kinston, suggested the fundraiser in an email Thursday.
Asheville food and drink
NOM NOM… SO SORRY… GOBBLE CHOMP… YOU COULDN’T… SLURP GULP DROOL SLOBBER… MAKE IT… CHUG CHUG AAAHHHH! I ATE YOUR DINNER. Sometimes I get real lucky and someone else can’t go to a big fancy dinner or super-awesome event that they already paid for, so I get their ticket. Yay! Such was the case with the most recent Blind Pig[Read More…]
Five Judges. Six Tacos. One Clear Winner. Saturday, October 8th, 2016, Grey Eagle, Asheville: Let’s Taco ‘Bout It. I was lucky enough to be a judge at the first-ever Let’s Taco ‘Bout It throwdown hosted by the Grey Eagle, located in the River Arts District, which not only has it’s own taqueria inside, it has long been my fave taco[Read More…]
In July of 2015, I ate some lasagna in Venice, Italy that was so good, I cried. That is a 100% true story. Dawn and I went to Europe last Summer, and visited Italy among other lovely spots. In Venice, as you can well imagine, they know how to make some fuckin’ pasta. And some sauce. And they know how[Read More…]
Stu loves the thali, too.
LOCATION, LOCATION, HOURS OF OPERATION. Time is such a funny thing. I never seem to have enough of it, and it’s always slipping away really fast. Like most people in Asheville, I’ve got three jobs, six hobbies, 2,000 friends, plus… gotta watch Gotham. Ugh. NO TIME! Can I freeze time forever and just smoke weed in a suspended state of[Read More…]
The new owner plans to retain staff and continue to operate as is.
Brandon Edwards is the brewery owner.
A HUMBLE YET DELICIOUS CALZONE FILLS MY STOMACH COMPLETELY! They say it’s hard to get decent pizza in Asheville. Well, I say that anyways. And so does my mom, and so does just about anyone else who moved down here from up North, where there is an amazing family-owned neighborhood pizza-joint on just about every corner. I’m sorry, South. You’ve[Read More…]
The food that comes out of this humble truck, bolted to the side of a brewery, in one of the most run-down parts of the city, is incredible.
The event is set for Oct. 8.
White Duck Taco South, MOD Pizza, Bartaco and Asheville Tacos and Taps are just of the few of the restaurants in the works.
AND IN THIS CORNER… THE REIGNING, DEFENDING, UNDISPUTED 2015 CHAMPION OF BRUHHHHHNNNCH… – Written & Illustrated by Stu Helm Hello Asheville! That’s right, I returned to the place where it all began: The 2015 Stoobie Award winners for Brunch of the Year, and current brunch-weight belt-holders, The Junction, which is located right in my own neighborhood of the River Arts[Read More…]
TOAD IN A HOLE & BREAKFAST SALAD AT THE RHU ON SOUTH LEXINGTON AVENUE IN DOWNTOWN ASHEVILLE IS A WINNER! Hello Asheville! This is just a real quick one to let you know about a delicious meal that I got sort of on a whim, and enjoyed tremendously! Ever since meeting Chef Kaley Laird at the Sweet event last month,[Read More…]
There appears to be no end to the creativity of craft brewers.
North Asheville has its English-style restaurant back, says Stu, who thinks locals will embrace it.
Fuel up before you drink up.
Thirsty Fest will be celebrated at three Thirsty Monk locations around Asheville.
LETS’ GO TO ARDEN! Hello Asheville! How ya been? I’m about fuckin’ ready for this Summer to be over, I’ll tell you what. Too fuckin’ hot. Brutal. Kill. Ing. Me. I want to kick the ass of every mutherfucker on the planet who ever contributed even one molecule of carbon monoxide to this catastrophic global warming bullshit that we’re in[Read More…]
The new restaurant is adjacent to the new UpCountry Brewing, the former Altamont Brewing on Haywood Road.
The big foodie weekend starts Friday.
Stu will be one of the judges for the event.