Slow Food Foothills August potluck at Harvest House

Published 10:26 pm Wednesday, August 21, 2013

All are invited to join in for the monthly Slow Food potluck on Sunday, Aug. 25 at one of the Foothill’s newest restaurants, Harvest House of the Carolina’s, situated on Hwy 176 just across the S.C. border.

Fresh, healthy ingredients at fair prices are what keep most of the people coming back.

When asked about his vision for Harvest House, owner, Mike Duncan was very adamant about giving credit to his chef, Tray Mathis, and his talent in preparing and concocting the delectable dishes.

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“Chef and I met prior to opening and share many of the same beliefs in regards to offering the best quality products available in the cleanest and friendliest environment possible. We have continued to grow our business relationship into a budding partnership that we hope will serve the community well for many years to come.”

Those attending are asked to bring their own place settings, a favorite seasonal dish to share with the group, and a description of that dish (listing anything local that is used in its making.) Drinks will be available for purchase, or you may bring your own.

Slow Food Foothills is a subchapter of Slow Food Asheville. Slow Food is an idea, a way of living and a way of eating. It is part of a global, grassroots movement with thousands of members in over 150 countries. For more information or to RSVP, contact info@slowfoodfoothills. org – article submitted by Mindy Wiener