It’s expensive and barely legal, but raw milk is a hit in Portland.
Champagne Mangoes with Sticky Rice: Grocery-store mangoes can be stringy and flavorless, but not this bright orange, toothsome jewel.
At this new eastside bastion of regional American cuisine, the Midwest and the Northwest collude on the plate.
Bright and refreshing, Florence fennel is the subtle cousin to its stronger, anise-flavored brethren.
House-Cured Anchovies: Fresh, whole anchovies bear little resemblance to the salty, pungent ones we're used to buying in tin cans.
One Portland chef looks to reclaim pasta primavera, using the fresh Northwest ingredients we have at our fingertips.
Cory Schreiber, founder of Wildwood restaurant, provided us with his take on James Beard’s Northwest razor clam chowder.
A full review of Pok Pok's new indoor dining room, Whiskey Soda Lounge. Pad thai lovers need not apply.
A small enclave of Oregon distillers–and brewers–have rediscovered the joys of juniper.
Just in time for spring, the Vietnamese noodle dish known as bun tom thit nuong has refreshing backyard appeal.
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RISE AND DINE
Not all eggs are created equal, unless of course they're smothered in a meaty, bacon-spiked red wine sauce.
Oregon brewers roll out the barrels for St Paddy's.
Move over, turnips, rutabagas and potatoes. It's peak season for juicy oranges, sweet mandarins and plump kumquats.
Summer’s here and it’s about beer-thirty
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What does Portland’s culinary revolution taste like? Grab a seat at one of the city’s top 10 hot spots to find out.
Forget the powdery hot chocolate mixes of yore. Take a sip of the real thing: drinking chocolates
Fill up a growler at one of our city’s fine brewpubs and carry home a bit of happy hour cheer.
Rhubard Recipes: Nothing against strawberry-rhubarb pie, but chef Vitaly Paley prefers to call rhubarb by any name other than sweet.
Four delicious reasons to crawl out from under the covers this weekend.