Asheville, June 23, 2016 Seasonal School of Culinary Arts Celebrates
a Dozen Years!
July 10 marks
the beginning of the Seasonal School of
Culinary Arts’ twelfth season, with a collection of chefs and artists to
make any palate sing. This year’s theme is the pairing of Culinary and Musical
Genres, beginning with Appalachian
fare and lonesome ballads on Monday, Juy 11th, Deep South dishes and blues on Tuesday, July 12th, New Orleans-inspired plates and Dixie
jazz on Wednesday, July 13th, French
fare and Django jazz celebrating Bastille Day on Thursday, July 14th,
and Irish dishes accompanied by some
toe-tapping Irish jigs and reels on Friday, July 15th.
Featured will be several of Asheville’s iconic chefs,
musicians and beverage experts, with hands-on morning classes leading into
multi-course wine-paired luncheons and afternoon tasting sessions laced with
music and comradery. The setting is the campus of Warren Wilson College, with the magic of its organic farm and
garden and the constancy of fiddles and flutes ringing out as the Swannanoa
Gathering’s Celtic Week is conducted simultaneously.
Students are invited to attend the entire week (July
10-15) for the ultimate experience, or can opt for day-by-day registration if
time and budget are short. For details, visitwww.schoolofculinaryarts.org
or call 828-301-2792.