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Thumbnail for - A Sweet Cart Kick-Off
May 27, 2011
OPENING NIGHT
While watching a grown woman in a tutu eat a cone of locally-made beer and bacon ice cream in the rain, I couldn’t help but marvel: it doesn’t get more Portland than this. The Last Thursday...
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Mar 9, 2011
Sweet Stuff
  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...
Thumbnail for - The Search for Portland's Best Chocolate Chip Cookies
Feb 23, 2011
Eat This Now
A transcendent chocolate chip cookie is a rarity. When asked to name their favorite version, most local bakers and loyal tasters retorted “my own!” or cited a recipe from the family graveyard....
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Nov 18, 2010
POUR
The chai served in Portland cafés is often a syrupy, cinnamon-spiked concoction. But order it in most Indian restaurants, and the richly seasoned spin on British tea offers a delicately balanced,...
Thumbnail for - New pastry Chef Lauren Fortgang Sweetens Le Pigeon
Oct 6, 2010
Sweet Food News
Following our news that Lauren Fortgang was taking her veteran rolling pin to the highly anticipated Little Bird later this year, comes more sweet news: a new dessert role at Le Pigeon. Double...
Thumbnail for - Sweet & Savory Trivia on N Williams
Sep 10, 2010
Food-portunity of the Week
If there’s two things Portland peeps love, it’s food and trivia. Well, and beards, tattoos, bikes, Blazers, and fleece coats. But Pix Pâtisserie can only guarantee the first two when they present...
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Jan 19, 2010
SAVOR
Take advantage of the multitude of mason jars filled with local fruit by making heritage deserts such as Julie Richardson's jam crostata.
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Oct 9, 2009
PORTLAND PLATED
Master chef Robert Reynolds reinvents the staid pumpkin pie.
Thumbnail for - The Food Lover’s Guide to Summer Grilling
May 19, 2009
IT’S SUMMERTIME and the living is especially easy, because the peaches are ripe, the watermelon is juicy and the steaks are seared and smoky. The sound of ice clinking in highball glasses rings...
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May 19, 2009
IN HIS JAMES BEARD Award-winning book Classic Home Desserts, the late cookbook author and food journalist Richard Sax included an old English recipe from 1588 that called for “ten faire Quinces...
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