From Our Hearth to Yours

Saturday, September 10, 2022, 11:30AM-2:00PM

Location: Smoky Park Supper Club - 350 Riverside Dr, Asheville, NC
$60 per person

 

From Our Hearth to Yours

Saturday, September 10, 2022, 11:30AM-2:00PM

Smoky Park Supper Club - 350 Riverside Dr, Asheville, NC

$60 per person

This is a cocktail style Flights & Bites event, featuring up to 7 chefs creating 3 small dishes each, as well as up to 7 craft beverage makers, offering an array of delicious drink samples. 

Before the Industrial Revolution, when the greater part of the world’s population was engaged in agriculture, cottage industry was a common hedge against hunger. Farmers and their families used the lean months of winter, after their crops had been harvested and sold, to earn money by selling preserved goods and handicrafts, or doing piecework for others. Culinary and craft makers continue to embrace this concept of working from home, and there is a thriving contemporary cottage industry. Often showcasing their goods alongside farmers at local markets, these makers and homesteaders contribute another valuable experience borne of the local agricultural community. For this event, we'll gather together several entrepreneurial chefs, makers and beverage producers whose business model is based on, or originated from, bringing their delicious craft from their home to yours.

Featured Chefs: Madeline Redo & Trevor Musick - Cassia, Sydney & Eli Rubin - Hominy Farm, Jametta Raspberry - House of Gristle, Regan Stachler - HIDN Events, Dune Pierre Michel - French Broad Pantry, Hector & Julia Revilla - Mamones 

Featured Beverage: Archetype Brewing, Hillman Beer, Top of the Monk, Botanist & Barrel, Savor Shrub, Devil's Foot Beverage Company

Venue Sponsor: Smoky Park Supper Club

This is a cocktail style Flights & Bites event, featuring up to 7 chefs creating 3 small dishes each, as well as up to 7 craft beverage makers, offering an array of delicious drink samples. 

Before the Industrial Revolution, when the greater part of the world’s population was engaged in agriculture, cottage industry was a common hedge against hunger. Farmers and their families used the lean months of winter, after their crops had been harvested and sold, to earn money by selling preserved goods and handicrafts, or doing piecework for others. Culinary and craft makers continue to embrace this concept of working from home, and there is a thriving contemporary cottage industry. Often showcasing their goods alongside farmers at local markets, these makers and homesteaders contribute another valuable experience borne of the local agricultural community. For this event, we'll gather together several entrepreneurial chefs, makers and beverage producers whose business model is based on, or originated from, bringing their delicious craft from their home to yours.

Featured Chefs: Madeline Redo & Trevor Musick - Cassia, Sydney & Eli Rubin - Hominy Farm, Jametta Raspberry - House of Gristle, Regan Stachler - HIDN Events, Dune Pierre Michel - French Broad Pantry, Hector & Julia Revilla - Mamones 

Featured Beverage: Archetype Brewing, Hillman Beer, Top of the Monk, Botanist & Barrel, Savor Shrub, Devil's Foot Beverage Company

Venue Sponsor: Smoky Park Supper Club

Madeline Redo

Chef/Co-Owner, Cassia

Trevor Musick

Chef/Co-Owner, Cassia

Eli Je-Bailey and Sydney Rubin

Founders, Hominy Farm

Jametta Raspberry

Chef/Owner, House of Gristle

Dune Pierre Michel

Chef/Owner, French Broad Pantry

Hector & Julia Revilla

Chef/Owners, Mamones

Archetype Brewing

Hillman Beer

Ebony Wine & Spirits

Top of the Monk

Botanist & Barrel

Savor Shrub

Devil's Foot Beverage Company