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Sunny Point Cafe

Our first-ever Farm Tour kickoff party is coming right up: Thursday, September 19, from 6 until 9 pm. (That means our 2013 Farm Tour is almost here, September 21 and 22.) Sunny Point Cafe is graciously hosting the Spade to Spoon Social—as well as generously donating a percentage of sales to ASAP—and they’ve put together one mouthwatering menu!

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Sunburst Trout

This Thursday, May 16, is your chance to dine for Growing Minds—and to walk into a restaurant and say, “I’ll see the all-local Appalachian Grown™ menu, please!” It’s the fifth year Peter Pollay has hosted the fundraiser at his eatery, Posana Cafe, which is also celebrating its fourth anniversary. We caught up with Peter to ask him about the tradition and to see if he’d spill the beans about the dishes he has planned…

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Local Cheese

…to area Appalachian Grown™ partner tailgates and restaurants this May!

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Local Menu

Each Thursday, ASAP’s programs take you behind the scenes of their work. This week, our development team explains how vital community partners are to ASAP and talks about an exciting (and sure-to-be delicious!) fundraiser coming up on May 16 at Posana Cafe.

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Hickory Nut Gap Cow

Each Thursday, ASAP’s programs take you behind the scenes of their work. This week, it’s a double dose of Program Post! Here, our communications and development team talks about the opening of one of Asheville’s newest Appalachian Grown™ partner restaurants: Farm Burger.

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