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Mary Ann Asbill
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Another Wild Food workshop. This time near Greensboro, North Carolina.
Several people have asked us about when Alan Muskat will have another class and we just found out about the three below. He is coming back to Saluda on October 27, 2012.

Hope someone can join in the classes. We really did learn a lot when he came out here.

Find Dining: Wild Foods Expert to Teach "Lookin-n-Cookin"

Greensboro, Saturday, October 6th, 9:30-12:30
Durham, Sunday, October 7th, 10-1
Winston-Salem, NC, Monday, October 7th, 3-6

Contact: Denise Meyers, denise@notastelikehome.org, 828-380-0788

Celebrated wild foods expert Alan Muskat of Asheville will be teaching a workshop on edible and medicinal plants and mushrooms this weekend. At this "find dining" event, participants will learn how to safely identify, harvest and prepare wild foods. An easy stroll will include gathering edible plants and mushrooms along the way. Participants will also learn about wild medicines, dyeing with mushrooms (that’s D-Y-E) and more, experiencing the life of a modern hunter-gather firsthand, all with Muskat’s trademark blend of poetry, story, and song. Alan’s introductory e-book will be included so there is no need to take notes. The program will conclude with a wild foods tasting.
Muskat, internationally-known as The Mushroom Man, has been featured on The Travel Channel’s Bizarre Foods , The History Channel, PBS, and in The New Yorker and Country Living. His foraging programs, entitled “No Taste Like Home,” are offered April through October and are ranked one of Asheville’s Top Twelve Experiences for 2012. Muskat is also co-founder of The REAL Center , a school for natural living and relationship skills. “Wild foods,” says Muskat, “are a way of feeling at home in the world: that we’re continually provided for and we’re never alone.”

The cost is $45 per person and space is limited. To register or for more information, visit www.NoTasteLikeHome.org or call 828-380-0788.

No Taste Like Home
www.notastelikehome.org
No Taste Like Home, featured on The Travel Channel'sBizarre Foodsand ranked one of Asheville'sTop Twelve Experiences for 2012, offers indoor and outdoor wild foods programs,forage-to-tablebanquets, andrewildingretreats.
 
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Mary Ann Asbill wrote:Another Wild Food workshop. This time near Greensboro, North Carolina.
Several people have asked us about when Alan Muskat will have another class and we just found out about the three below. He is coming back to Saluda on October 27, 2012.


Hello Mary Ann Asbill, I live nearby in Green Creek, NC. If it is not too much trouble, would like to know more detail about the return to Saluda. Thanks for posting all the useful information for we lurkers.

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Hello -
Alan Muskat, The Mushroom Man, will hold a Wild Food Workshop here (at Meanwhile, Back in Saluda) on October 27th. We will make another post later next week. Details are also
at his web site: No Taste Like Home
http://www.notastelikehome.org/index.php

I am not sure of the details yet. I think he plans to start about 9:30 AM and we will hike the property and see what we can find. Then, we have two outdoor ovens and a wood fired outdoor
cook top and we will cook up what we find. Usually we have hummus to share and red-bean-pesto and homemade breads. Guests bring their own water bottle and a bag lunch or last time
several Guests brought bowls of salad to share.

Take a look at the Meanwhile, Back in Saluda page on Facebook and there are photos from the last two workshops. It will give you an idea of what mushrooms we find.

Thanks! Hope you can join us. MAA
 
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