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Asheville, NC

The past few months have been one swirly adventure.  Someone gave me the Q&A 5 Year Journal - which is pretty incredible because now I will remember what art movement best described my mood on a particular day or what superpower I wish I had (and will see how the answer changes over five years).  Of course some of the most interesting questions for me have been about food.  List three foods you ate today?  While visiting friends in Asheville, NC this answer would be: Cheese, x3. Cheese vastly outnumbered all other items in the bag of groceries we brought out to a cabin, so we had some chevre with rosemary stuffed in baked figs and drizzled with honey, brie with bread and fig spread, and parmesan on my favorite simple pasta recipe (the lemon and mint pasta from Sam the Cooking Guy).

Other unforgettable things consumed in Asheville: goat cheese on pecan encrusted fried green tomatoes at Sunny Point Cafe, Muscadine grapes, Cheerwine, and the maple with smoked sea salt drinking chocolate at The French Broad Chocolate Lounge.

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  • Jenn Bakos - So perfect! mmmmmmm.ReplyCancel

  • Sheryl Lanzel - All of this makes me want to be there. These photos are all really lovely Kristin.ReplyCancel

  • cherryl hanson - DELICIOUS!! Loving these images. really gorgeous!ReplyCancel

  • Joe Chartier - Cheerwine!!! Oh man, I forgot about that stuff!!! Can you even get that outside of NC? Love the pictures (as always!!!)ReplyCancel

    • Kristin - I know that I can’t get any Cheerwine here…what I really want to know is – is there any place like the Chocolate Lounge in Boston? If not, will someone open one please?!ReplyCancel

  • Sara - Love your work – absolutely stunning photography! Just found you through the registration page for the Blog Better Boston conference in March!ReplyCancel

  • Elina (Healthy and Sane) - Gorgeous pictures! That hot chocolate especially makes me want a cup ASAP!! :)ReplyCancel

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