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May 19, 2009
EDIBLE MENUS. Cryovacked potatoes. Liquid-nitrogen-seared tuna. No, this isn’t “Cooking with Einstein.” These dishes represent a growing international movement—dubbed “molecular gastronomy”—that...
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May 19, 2009
A 2,000-POUND SACK of dried garbanzo beans hangs from four giant hooks near the 25-foot-high ceiling of a processing room at Milwaukie-based Bob’s Red Mill Natural Foods Inc, a producer of...
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May 19, 2009
Understanding restaurant menus shouldn’t be this hard.
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May 19, 2009
BUD CLARK planned his long-shot 1984 mayoral campaign over beers in booth 12. Mercedes Deiz, who became Oregon’s first female African-American judge in 1969, sometimes ducked in for lunch. Gus...
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May 19, 2009
THE HIT LIST
IN A TOWN where debating the merits of arugula versus mâche seems to trump discussions about Sam Adams’s chances of winning the mayoral election, we have a hunch there’s a plethora of home cooks...
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May 19, 2009
Forget the farm. All you need to grow delicious heirloom tomatoes is a little patch of rooftop.
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May 19, 2009
There are few things I miss about New York: not the $7 beers, not the gruff waitstaffs and definitely not those humid, skin-pruning subway rides. But I do miss knowing that no matter which...
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May 19, 2009
IT’S 1 O’CLOCK on a balmy Sunday afternoon in February, and while most Portlanders are dusting off their bikes, 25 people crowd the dark, librarylike bar of Carlyle restaurant on NW Thurman...
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May 19, 2009
ANY PORTLANDER who spent her grasshopper years mucking about in the Northwest mud likely has a memory of berry-picking season: rising early to beat the heat, then filling a bucket (OK, and her...
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May 19, 2009
When the price of wheat soars, there are winners (Oregon grain growers) and losers (you).
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