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Apr 27, 2010
Last week’s Culinary Book Fair was one of the few events at the IACP Conference that was open to the public. Naturally, it was a veritable smorgasbord of famed cookbook scribes. While the catalog...
Apr 22, 2010
After a full day of satisfying their epi-curiousity, IACP conference goers attended the opening reception at the stately Nines Hotel. The sixth floor became food central as local dishes and...
Mar 16, 2010
Noted Portland chef and tastemaker Chris Israel has created a taste for Danube dining at Grüner
Mar 15, 2010
Enjoy a cold one while you wait for a restaurant as we examine four ambiguously adept combos of eat and drink.
Feb 15, 2010
We take our food seriously here in the Rose City, so it pays to know— "*where it grows*":/eat-and-drink/articles/farmers-markets-0310/, where to find it, and how to "*prepare...
Feb 9, 2010
Let me tell you why I love food. I was born the youngest of six kids in a family that was culturally all mixed up. My parents were son and daughter of first-generation Scandinavian immigrants who...
Dec 9, 2009
Pies were flying at the Sabin-Schellenberg Professional Technical Center (SSC) this afternoon for the second annual Top That! Pizza Bake-off. Seven teams of high school students enrolled in...
Nov 9, 2009
If you’ve ever enjoyed the pasta with fresh crab at Clyde Common, the catfish clay pot at Pok Pok, or the pepper-salted squid at Jin Wah, you can thank ABC Seafood Market. This tiny storefront at...
Nov 6, 2009
My feet have tromped around on German pavement for a grand total of 56 hours, eight of which I remember clearly. The rest lingers as a beautiful haze of voluptuous, pigtailed barmaids, pretzels the...
Oct 12, 2009
Stumptown coffee roasters hosted international coffee producers and exporters in a panel discussion at the Leftbank Project last Thursday evening. Free and open to the public, coffee enthusiasts...
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