Back in August we posted an article about the PDX apple recycling project, where backyard apples all around the Portland area are gathered together to make cider. Well, the apples were collected, the cider pressed and left to ferment, and now Portland Cider Company’s Oregon Wild Cider is here! This is the second year it’s been released. Continue reading “Oregon Wild Community Cider Is Here!”
Today is a big day in the world of philanthropy—#GivingTuesday, a global day of generosity and giving. It follows the more consumer-oriented theme days of Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday, and encourages people to give to organizations and projects they feel passionate about. Continue reading “#GivingTuesday Ideas For Portland”
Hello, figgy pudding, darling of English Christmases—learn how to make it now so you can have it boozed-up enough for the holiday.
Each week we will bring you a roundup of public food events in the Portland metro area. It’s not every single event that’s going on, but the ones in particular that catch our eye. Want to submit an event? Fill out this form. Listings curated by Meg Cotner.
Thursday, November 16, 2017, 6-10pm
ST. JACK restaurant & Bar, 1610 NW 23rd Avenue, Portland
Beaujolais Nouveau is a street festival of wine, food, and harvest, featuring food from local restaurants, local wines, brews, and spirits. All proceeds benefit Friendly House. Tickets are $45 each (buy here)—tickets are limited. More information. Continue reading “Portland Area Food Events, November 16-23”
The delicious La Pi salad at Chin’s Kitchen—mung bean noodles, fresh vegetables, sauce.
On my way to the gym today, I passed by Chin’s Kitchen, like I often do, and found this sign up on the window:
The magical Lemon-Soufflé Pudding Cake at Måurice in downtown Portland.
Earlier this week, Esquire published an article by Amanda Cohen, executive chef and owner of NYC’s Dirt Candy, one of the most influential vegetable-focused restaurants in the US. In the article, I’ve Worked in Food for 20 Years. Now You Finally Care About Female Chefs?, Cohen expresses anger and frustration at the media for this: “Women may not have value as chefs, but as victims we’re finally interesting!” Continue reading “Food Writers and Women Chefs in Portland – Eat Their Delicious Food, Then Write About It”