This Is Good: Food Blog Posts of Note, November 2017

I wanted to post one of these for October but time just got away from me then, so I’m happy to share these great posts from fellow PDX area bloggers from November 2017. Thanks for all you do!

How to Host the Ultimate Wine Pairing Party
Urban Bliss Life

Marlynn gives a great primer on what kinds of wines work best for parties and how to pair them with food. I certainly learned something!

Cozy Up to Radar Restaurant in Portland, Oregon
Urban Bliss Life

The food looks amazing here (anything with black sesame has my name on it) and it sounds like a great place to go with friends or solo. Happy hour in particular looks like a good deal.

Holiday Travel Tips with Uncommon Goods
Love Rachel

Although this doesn’t focus solely on food per se, this is a terrific set of tips for travel during the holidays, from what kinds of first-aid/health items to pack, to a reminder of bringing a hostess gift, to cleaning your house before you leave so you come home to a nice, neat space after travel, which can be stressful.

Champagne vs. Prosecco—What’s the Difference?
Vindulge

Another helpful wine article, Mary teaches us the difference between these two well-known bubbly wines.

Mystical Eats
Food Carts Portland

This post is rather reticent but I am so glad they posted about this cart serving Bulgarian food, because food from the Balkan Peninsula is some of my favorite.

Nightwood Society’s Farm 2 Turntable
Pechluck’s Food Adventures

When I was at the November Creative Mornings at PICA, they mentioned this place as the location of their December event (hoping to snag a ticket to this, big time). I had temporarily forgotten about it, so I’m so glad Pech posted about the event she went to here. It’s located in the old Chesa space on NE Broadway.

Feast Portland 2017: a Growing City’s Biggest Celebration of Food & Drink | Image Series 
The Spicy Bee

It made me happy to see these photos from last September’s Feast PDX—thanks, Bee, for the memories.

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Bridgetown Bites is written by Meg Cotner, a food loving freelance writer, editor and published author in Portland, OR.

8 Replies to “This Is Good: Food Blog Posts of Note, November 2017”

  1. I really like this idea of sharing local bloggers’ articles! There are so many blogs and even more events but not all the time! Thanks for putting this together!

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