In my continuing AVL Wing Thing quest, I encountered a wing that is almost as impossible to pronounce as it was to resist from Chef Andrew McLeod at Avenue M!
My mom and I ventured out to dine-in at Avenue M, and had a feast to beat all feasts!
I reached Maximum Immunity, so I walked downtown and got a sandwich, and it was really great.
What are the best local / national brands of bratwurst available in WNC? The Food Fan Group weighs in!
It’s Birthday Season, Y’all (July 1 – June 30) and in my family, we have a bunch of them stacked-up right at the beginning. My GF Dawn’s is first, mine is next, and then our nephew is up, and my mom’s really ain’t too long after that. So, what’s my point? My point is WTF?!?
Due to the risk of deadly disease during the Trump-era Coronavirus outbreak, the State of North Carolina has been forced to require all citizens to wear masks in public spaces. It’s not an option any more. I have created a series of signs for you to download and print out. Some are more friendly than others.
After the COVID times, I have a dream to start a fantastically successful punk rock restaurant called “Puke.” True story. Real goals. I’ll need a partner who’s a chef, plus a bartender who does not give a fuck. No wankers. (obviously)
I’m proud and happy to be working with some of the best bakers and food makers in Asheville to bring you my favorite treats, in the form of something I’m calling Stoobie Snacks!
I began writing this column in the weeks leading up to the City-wide closure of restaurants, and the state-wide stay-at-home order. Obviously, the food scene in Asheville, along with everywhere else in America, came to a screeching halt, and my own life changed tremendously due to the run-away Coronavirus here in the States. So, I’m just now getting around to finishing this post up now, in late May. I will indicate where Thank you for your patience.
Today Friday, May 22nd, North Carolina enters “Phase Two” of the scheduled “Re-opening” of the State. Phase Two will allow for limited Dine-in service at Restaurants (bars are not included, which is convoluted, since there is no definition of a “bar” in NC, beyond the antiquated “private club” rules, and many restaurants have a bar, and could seat people at the bar, yadda yadda… nothing is easy when there is literally no precedent.) The bottom line is that dine-in service is about to become a thing again. With that in mind…