Asheville’s Newest Cookbook

Asheville’s Newest Cookbook
Tupelo Honey Café - Spirited Recipes from Asheville’s New South Kitchen

The Tupelo Honey Café, located in downtown Asheville, is now taking pre-orders for their upcoming cookbook, Tupelo Honey Café: Spirited Recipes from Asheville’s New South Kitchen.

Authored by local writer
Elizabeth Sims with collaboration from Executive Chef Brian Sonoskus, the book will be published in the Spring of 2011 as a full-color, hardbound edition of 240 pages, featuring over 125 recipes and 75 photographs.

Both the
downtown and south Asheville location are taking pre-orders, as well as the Tupelo Honey Café website. All pre-orders receive a copy signed by the author and chef at a 10% discount off the cover price.

Benefits to Local Non-profits
For each book purchased in store or on the Tupelo Honey Cafe website, $1.00 will be donated to the Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project (ASAP) and the MANNA Foodbank.

Other Asheville Cookbooks
The Tupelo Honey Café Cookbook is not the first cookbook inspired by Asheville’s vibrant Foodtopian Society. Other area cookbooks include Mountain Elegance by the Junior League of Asheville, the Bounty of Biltmore Cookbook by Whitney Wheeler Pickering for the Biltmore Estate, and Elsie’s Biscuits by Laurey Masterton of Laurey’s Catering and Gourmet to Go.

Learn more about Asheville’s Foodtopian Society in our extensive restaurant guide.

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