avl_food_fans_logo_1600X1600Hello Asheville!

Just a brief post to let you know that the 3rd episode of theAVL Food Fans, Stu Helm and Chef Joe Scully has been recorded and is available for listening to with the player below, or by going to www.avlfoodfans.com where you can download it.
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It is also available for free from the iTunes store.

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Left: Chef Joe Scully. Right: Stu Helm at Zapow Gallery and Studios on Battery Park Ave.
Chef Joe of Chestnut, Corner Kitchen, and Corner Kitchen Catering and I talk about over 30 local food venues, and conduct an interview with Jennifer Lapidus of Carolina Ground boutique flour mill, and baker Laura Geotz from Table / Tod’s Tasties / Imperial life.
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As usual, Joe has the best line of the show when he talks about “walking off the Sysco plank into the abyss of farm-to-table,” in the context of realistic food cost fears for restauranteurs.
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Venues mentioned in the July 7th podcast of AVL Food Fans include:
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67 Biltmore
All Souls
Ambrozia
Battlecat Coffee
Bomba
Bull & Beggar
Carolina Ground
Chai Pani
Chestnut
City Bakery
Clingman Cafe
Corner Kitchen
Edison
Fig Bistro
French Broad Chocolate Lounge
Green Opportunities Teaching Kitchen
Greenlife Grocery
Hole Doughnuts
Home Grown
Imperial Life
Isa’s Bistro
The Junction
King James Pub
Mamacita’s
MG Road
Nourish & Flourish
Pack’s Tavern
PennyCup Coffee Company
Sovereign Remedies
Storm
Table
Tod’s Tasties
The Twisted Laurel
Vortex Doughnuts
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At about 53 mins into the show, I address this assy comment left under my piece about Nourish and Flourish last week by an anonymous troll hiding behind the screen name Ashed Out.
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AVL Food Fans is produced by Matt Johnson at Zapow Productions, the theme song was written and performed by The DeRita Sisters.

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Stu Helm is an artist and writer living in Asheville, NC, and a frequent diner at local restaurants, cafes, food trucks, and the like. His tastes run from hot dogs and mac ‘n’ cheese, to haute cuisine, and his opinions are based on a lifetime of eating out. He began writing about food strictly to amuse his friends on Facebook. 

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One Comment

  1. Ashed Out makes some valid points.

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