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Mar 9, 2011
From buttermilk to maple bars, cakes to cream-filled, and fritters to old-fashioneds, we wanted to know who is doing—and who is not doing—classic “donuts” right. Sure, there are plenty of...
Feb 23, 2011
Stick me on a desert island and the one food I’d probably request is cheese. From a simple slice of deli provolone to a nutty manchego to a rank roquefort, I love cheese. I’ll even admit that I...
Feb 16, 2011
What’s that slurping sound you hear? It’s the joyful noise of ramen freaks lapping up noodles and broth, hoping for a heavenly taste of Japan’s ultimate fast-food comfort.
A mini Ramen Craze has...
Jan 19, 2011
Portland’s bakery scene just got a little sweeter. And that’s saying something in a city where—impressively—just about every district has its own oven-fresh trophies. What distinguishes St. Jack...
Dec 22, 2010
This month's winning finds, from best big idea to band of the minute.
Dec 21, 2010
Fin takes advantage of our proximity to two rivers and an ocean.
Dec 15, 2010
Do Portland's dark months have you feeling blue? Let us and "*Heidi, the new Timberline puppy*":/travel-and-outdoors/articles/meet-heidi-december-2010/, come to the rescue with 50 great ways to...
Dec 8, 2010
The DIY decor has been replaced by tush-friendly lipstick-red banquettes, teeny bird portals, and big antlers over a sign reading “The Kitchen.” Instead of an edgy party vibe, you’ll find urban...
Dec 2, 2010
Jim Dixon, author of the blog Real Good Food, is importing olive oil from Italy and wants us all to enjoy it! No, really. But, what’s in it for him?
To put it simply, Dixon loves Italian...
Dec 1, 2010
“Oh wow, man. Look at that. I need to have some of that,” a man wailed last week at Portland’s Saturday Farmers Market at PSU, immediately holstering his umbrella and locking down his eyes, the way...
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