November 2014

November 2014
Celebrate a joyous season with performances galore

Make a moonshine run to see some of WNC’s historic stills

Five celebrated chefs offer their favorite holiday dishes and the recipes to recreate them at your own family gathering

The scoop on WNC’s latest dining destinations

Highlands 163 Main St. (828) 526-3636 www.rukastable.com L, D $$$

Whether your holiday dinner includes ham, turkey, beef, or a walk on the wild side, John Kerr of Metro Wines in Asheville offers wine-pairing tips for your pièce de résistance

Appalachia Cookie Co. bakes up everything nice for the season

Documentary filmmaker Jeremy Seifert hungers for challenging stories about our daily diets

A lunchtime accident launches a line of linens

One of WNC’s own heads to the World Burger Championship

Three local authors pass the taste test with new titles

Difficulty: Easy Length: 1.3 miles round-trip

After languishing in the Library of Congress, a set of historic Haywood County recordings is unveiled

Boone artist Arthur Hash rethinks the way we see and wear jewelry

An up-and-coming Asheville restaurant will showcase innovative and sustainable design

Cherokee and Clay counties stand to attract wine lovers with a newly designated grape-growing region

A new enterprise lets homebrewers in on the action too

A crucial ingredient takes root in WNC

With 50 breweries counting, Western North Carolina's reputation as a craft beer mecca continues to grow, but for how long? Experts and brewers weigh in on the industry's future.