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    Cob Bread Oven Workshop

    Cob (adobe) Bread Oven Workshop photos. October 6, 2012 Click the link here to see all of the photos: https://picasaweb.google.com/meanwhilebackinsaluda/CobWorkshopOctober6th?authuser=0&feat=directlink … Read More...

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    Alan Muskat teaching at Meanwhile, Back in Saluda

    Our Mushroom class with Alan Muskat was fun and we started learning about mushrooms. We found many mushrooms and enough for eating and sharing. Another class will be held in September. Watch here for the announcement of a date. Click on the link below to see all the class … Read More...

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    Outdoor Ovens

     Meanwhile, Back in Saluda operates two outdoor, Wood Fired Cook Ovens. Both Ovens were designed and hand-built by our students. One is a deep bread style brick oven (named Hestia for the Greek Goddess of the Hearth) and the second an open flame cook top (named Demeter for the Greek Goddess of … Read More...

    Meanwhile Back in Saluda

    “Meanwhile, Back in Saluda” is located in historic Saluda, North Carolina.  Nestled in the middle of the woods  with views of  Brushy Ridge and Mt. Mitchell.

    “Meanwhile” is a quiet retreat where one can read a book, hike along peaceful trail, fire up a Wood Fired Pizza Oven,  listen for the sounds of native friends, build a campfire,  breathe fresh crisp air and watch the fog roll in between the hillsides.

    If action and adventure are what you are looking for,  the Green and French Broad Rivers are close by and Pisgah National Forest, Pearson’s Falls, Dupont State Forest, water falls and hundreds of miles of trails for both hiking, biking or horseback riding.

    “Meanwhile” is a great place for couples seeking a romantic getaway, individuals needing a quiet sanctuary, group meetings, rest for bikers or hikers at the end of the trail, and families spending time together.

    Located only 35 miles from Asheville, 39  miles from Greenville, 11 miles from Hendersonville and Flat Rock, 30 miles to Brevard,  183 miles from Atlanta.