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Underbelly receives top honor and award at the Midwest Publishing Awards Show in Chicago!

Blind Pig of Asheville is proud to be the recipient for the top honors award in the Food Journals category at the Midwest Publishing Awards Show in Chicago, Illinois for Underbelly- Gastronomical Journalism issue #2 ‘Soul & Comfort’. view this post

Bunkycooks – July 2012

“We all try to lead a healthy and happy life, but tonight we are all sinners.”
– Chef William Dissen

What is a nice Southern boy with a good Catholic upbringing doing in the basement of The Lift Studios in the River Arts District in Asheville, North Carolina talking about “sexy and lusty” dishes to one hundred guests gathered for what is essentially a charity dinner?  view this post

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Mountain Xpress – April 2012

By Mackensy Lunsford

Blind Pig’s latest dinner, a veritable festival of barbecue and blues at Hickory Nut Gap Farm, was originally to be held on Friday, April 6.

But, after nearly 20 hours of hard rain fell leading up to the event, much of the venue was filled with standing water and the mud in the dedicated parking areas was deep enough to capture a vehicle or two. view this post

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Modern Ink – April 2012

By: Jennifer Tatler
Photography by: Cindy Kunst with Clicks Photography

On New Year’s Eve, my husband surprised me with the promise of an upcoming gastronomic getaway, a secret supper club two hours from home. view this post

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Asheville Citizen Times – March 2012

By: Jason Sanford

Steven Rinella, outdoorsman, author and chef, will give a lecture at 2 p.m. on Sunday at Diana Wortham Theatre. The title of the talk is “Hunting for Food: An Ancient Path through Modern Life.” Tickets cost $30.

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WNC Magazine

By: Bob Bowles

Did you miss it again? The tickets went really fast. But there’s more to come, so rejoice.

I have been to three of the Blind Pig events and I have my tickets for two additional ones coming up. view this post

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Asheville Citizen Times

ASHEVILLE — Fans of the local food and restaurant scene had plenty of news to feast on in 2011. Here’s a look at some of the year’s top food stories:

Food truck debate: Food truck owners will soon be serving up their fare after a nearly year-long debate that ended when City Council voted in September to end a 20-year ban on the mobile units. view this post

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Mountain Xpress – January 2012

By: Mackensy Lunsford

Michael Moore made a quiet splash in Asheville when he began the Blind Pig supper club in 2011. The concept is simple but exciting and long-overdue in this area. view this post

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Dish Blog: An Offal Experience

By: Mackensy Lundsford

If the word penis offends, stop reading. Right now. Penis, specifically that of a bull, was the word and dish of the evening at the Blind Pig Supper Club’s “Offal Experience” last night. view this post

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