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Apr 10, 2024 06:59PM ● By WNC Business
ASHEVILLE - Join Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity and some of Asheville’s culinary best for an evening of creative cuisine and craft beverages in support of one of our region’s most  pressing issues - housing. The event, Blueprint Breakfast for Dinner, takes place at 6:00 PM on  Thursday, June 6 at plēb urban winery in the River Arts District and is being produced by Shay & Company. Support provided by lead sponsors Cassie Dillon, Larry Griswold, SanStone Health & Rehabilitation, Terminix, and an anonymous donor. 

Putting a unique spin on an evening event, local chefs will serve up breakfast-inspired dishes for dinner. The menu reflects different perspectives of what ‘home’ means to each of the featured chefs including: 

  • Chef Michelle Bailey - Private Chef 
  • Chef Brian Crow – Chestnut & The Corner Kitchen 
  • Chef Steven Goff – Tastee Diner 
  • Chef Mike McCarty – Lobster Trap 
  • Chef Dune Pierre Michel – French Broad Pantry 
  • Chef Peter Pollay – Posana 
  • Chef Terri Terrell - Private Chef 

“Breakfast for dinner, in particular, makes me think of everyone being home at the same time,  everyone eating together. My dad didn’t cook a lot, but when he did, it was always breakfast for  dinner. It was always fun because dad was in the kitchen, he was being silly, goofing around, and listening to music,” shared Chef Michelle Bailey. 

Chef Terri Terrell recalls something similar. “I  specifically remember listening to the can of biscuits pop open. My dad made breakfast for  dinner, and for breakfast. That’s what he knew how to do.”  

Festivities include delicious food, live music from High Ground String Band, wine tastings, a  raffle, and more. Proceeds will help pay for the construction of the Blueprint Breakfast House, an  affordable, energy-efficient home in Habitat’s Glenn Bridge neighborhood in Arden. 

Purchase tickets at Eventbrite or learn about sponsorship opportunities at 

About Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity: 
Founded in 1983, Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity was the first Habitat affiliate in North Carolina. Through Habitat homeownership and home repair programs, more than 2,100 adults and children in Buncombe County have achieved the strength, stability, and self-reliance they need to build a better future. A decent place to call home and an affordable mortgage enables Habitat homeowners to save more, invest in education, pursue opportunities and have greater financial stability. Learn more about Asheville Area Habitat, a Charity Navigator 4-star non-profit, and how you can get involved at 
Source: Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity