Hickory Nut Gap

Hickory Nut Gap
Oct 2019
We asked chefs to spill the beans on their favorite local restaurants, bars, and purveyors, and the results offer a delicious insider’s guide to Asheville’s best eats and drinks

Jun 2019
Here’s a look at the modern ways farming traditions are being passed down and the wealth of programs that are cultivating an exchange of knowledge, all of which is helping our farmers—especially those new to the game—grow and succeed.

Jun 2019
The American Pig’s Charles Lee raises the bar on artisan charcuterie

Jun 2019
Get ready for Asheville’s grand new culinary event - CHOW CHOW September 12-15

Dec 2018
Locals, especially, can confirm Western North Carolina holds a wealth of riches. From natural wonders and cultural treasures to splurge-worthy experiences, the indulgences afforded in our mountains are, in many ways, priceless.

Oct 2018
Source your Thanksgiving turkey from area farms and markets

Jun 2018
Through social media, we asked our readers to name their favorite family businesses, and you delivered with deep-rooted recommendations. Here are five that rose to the top.

Oct 2015
Hickory Nut Gap’s new kitchen, butchery, and event space bring its offerings full circle

Jul 2013
True. We're biased. But we can't imagine a better place than the mountains to meet your local farmer, become a food entrepreneur, nosh on artisan eats, and savor a pint (or three).

Oct 2012
Restaurateur Joe Scully dishes on his new Asheville eatery, Chestnut, and shares recipes and tips for a delicious holiday celebration

Jul 2012
Gourmet meets grocery at The Artisan Market

Jun 2012
A new pimento cheese club brings the snack to your doorstep

Sep 2011
Autumn is upon us, and you can park yourself in the backyard and watch the leaves put on a show.

Jun 2011
An outdoors-loving couple raise the bar for campsite cooking

Jun 2010
From family weekend getaways to the partying antics of rock stars, this Bat Cave inn was built to house good times

May 2010
Tupelo Honey Café’s chef prepares a sweet spread with a bounty of blueberries picked in his backyard

May 2010
Meet the folks who grow your food during the Family Farm Tour

Mar 2009
In case you’re wondering, there’s no such thing as a jackalope. But Jackalope’s View at Archer’s Inn in Banner Elk, does deliver on the second half of its moniker with spectacular scenes of Grandfather and Sugar mountains. Happily, the fare, a refined take on comfort food, is just as impressive.