One of my favorite things about Asheville was the food. From the B&B to the restaurants, I did not eat a single thing that didn't taste wonderful. And apparently I felt compelled to document what we ate because I have lots of food photos.
The B&B had a tea time (which was a little more like happy hour) with yummy treats I did not photograph. Someday I'd like to recreate the cupcakes with lemon curd coconut icing. Mmm... Their breakfasts were wonderful! Homemade scones (best I've ever had), fresh fruit with whipped cream, a lovely strata one day and Bananas Foster waffles the next. Can you see why I did not want to leave this place?!
The first night we ate at a restaurant called 9 Mile. I think this is the first time I've had Jamaican food but it won't be the last! Steve had Soon Come which had lots of fruit and a wonderful sauce. I had tilapia with a coconut chipotle sauce. So, so good!
We needed just a little something after we toured the Biltmore so we ate at the Arbor Grill. The Ploughman's Lunch was yummy. I was so happy that Steve liked it because now I can make this at home. I already have!
Last but not least was a wonderful meal at Rezaz. This may have been the best thing I ate. They were definitely the most delicious sea scallops I've ever had!
Steve had gnochhi with the best parmesan cream sauce and balsamic vinaigrette. I took flat bread from our appetizer and dipped it into the sauce to try it. I couldn't stop! What is it about sauces? They really make a dish, don't they?