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Thumbnail for - Wordstock ’10: Select Quotes from Lee Blessing
Oct 5, 2010
Last night at Reed College, playwright Lee Blessing delivered a live reading of his one-man play, Chesapeake, providing a tie-in to Profile Theater’s season, which features 12 Blessing works, and...
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Jul 26, 2010
For Food Lovers Only
Today I finally made it to the Pioneer Courthouse Square outpost of The Portland Farmers Market, where I ran into my friend Liz Crain, who’s riding high having just published her first book, The...
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Jun 24, 2010
Franking it up
I find it not ironic at all that the very week during which New York restaurateurs Frank Falcinelli and Frank Castronovo land in Portland to pimp their new book, I find myself in their native...
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Apr 27, 2010
Food News
  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...
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Apr 22, 2010
Public Events
  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...
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Apr 20, 2010
Literary Foodie Heaven
Tomorrow the IACP annual conference begins right here in Stumptown, and for those looking to get a piece of the action, the Culinary Book Fair is Friday at the Oregon Convention Center. For $10...
Thumbnail for - Newish Book Great Overview of Contemporary Cuisine
Feb 28, 2010
Books for Hungry Minds
Being a food writer has its perks. On top of many expensed meals (Still the reason I haven’t seen my abs since early 2007), I receive quite a few food-related books in the mail every week. While...
Thumbnail for - Frank Bruni on Portland Oregon
Sep 25, 2009
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During his stint as the New York Times restaurant critic, Frank Bruni could kill a restaurant in a paragraph or less. Last month, Bruni threw in the napkin, ending his five-year run as New York’s...
Thumbnail for - PCA Event To Host Top Northwest Food Writers
Sep 23, 2009
PCA
The thought of summer ending is tough to comprehend when it’s 93 and sunny, but one knows the rainy season is coming when the dining events go indoors. And here’s one of the inaugural indoor...
Thumbnail for - Julia Child Finally a Best Seller
Aug 25, 2009
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It took 48 years and a little help from Hollywood, but the New York Times reports that Julia Child’s Mastering the Art of French Cooking sold 22,000 copies over the weekend and will debut at...
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