RECIPES

Spring-Fresh Recipes

With the farmers markets back in full swing, we offer five recipes from local chefs and farmers for making magic out of seasonal bounty.

04/27/2012 By Benjamin Tepler

Mudroom

Portland’s Thriving Defense Industry

How peace-loving Portland makes big bucks off America’s wars.

09/21/2011 By Daniel Mollet

Eat & Drink

Cellar Notes

Sip and savor a trio of wines with a holy history.

08/19/2011 By Condé Cox

Cover Story

Eat Outside: Up in Flames

Any of these five smokin' hotspots can light your fire.

07/22/2011 By Kasey Cordell

Awesomeness

CONTENT is Coming Back

The killer showcase comes back after taking a year off.

07/14/2011 By Eden Dawn

Article

Cellar Notes

Cabernet Sauvignon is a wine style closely associated with California. Of course, we've got our own cabs here in the Northwest.

06/29/2011 By Condé Cox

Article

Cellar Notes: Best buys for spring/summer

We've got three sweet deals on worthy wines for under $15.

05/20/2011 By Condé Cox

Article

People’s Farmers Market

You can’t get more Oregonian than a day at the People’s Farmers Market, which has been “feeding the revolution since 1970.” Make sure to get a pretzel bun and fire cocoa, a cayenne-flavored hot chocolate.

04/26/2011 By Zach Dundas

Article

Beaverton Farmers Market

This market sweet spot sold 20 percent of the state’s market produce in 2005. Here you'll find the same tree peonies as found at Portland’s Su Chinese Garden and homemade chicken-habanero tamales.

04/26/2011 With Brian Barker

Features

Portland Farmers Market

It’s no mystery why PFM is getting requests to add to its already impressive six locations. At the Portland State University location, make sure to stop for fresh apple pie and traditional kimchi.

04/26/2011 By Zach Dundas

Article

Hollywood Farmers Market

The Hollywood Farmers Market strikes the perfect balance between variety and accessibility. As you pick up strawberries from Unger Farms, enjoy a handmade Sol Pop.

04/22/2011 By Zach Dundas

Pour

Cellar Notes

Barbera wines masterfully walk the tightrope between Old World food-friendly restraint and New World flavor-forward exuberance.

04/22/2011 By Condé Cox

Pour

Cellar Notes

A look at the nebbiolo, a red wine from the Piedmont region in the northwestern corner of Italy.

03/09/2011 By Condé Cox

Article

Cellar Notes

Find a superb Oregon white wine to complement your next fresh seafood or crab dish.

02/18/2011 By Condé Cox

Article

Cellar Notes

Despite what some critics say, the Oregon 2007 vintage pinot noir has matured into a quality wine. Notable 2007 pinot noirs include Cristom, Erath, Bethel Heights, Lemelson, and Et Fille.

01/14/2011 By Condé Cox

Article

Cellar Notes

While Oregonians have (understandably) acquired a taste for high-quality pinot noir, our neighbors south of the border in California are a step ahead when it comes to the brawnier worlds of cabernet sauvignon and zinfandel.

10/18/2010 By Condé Cox

Mudroom

Rapha’s Flying Colors

Rapha North America debuts new James Selman-designed cycling uniforms.

10/11/2010 By Zach Dundas

Article

Cellar Notes

Walla Walla winery Chateau Rollat produces restrained, elegant, and complex wines that prove perfect pairs for foods.

07/14/2010 By Condé Cox

Article

Cellar Notes

Four perfect summer wines to enhance your backyard barbecue.

06/17/2010 By Condé Cox

Mudroom

Absolute Alfresco

Casa Naranja in North Portland sports a casual, bungalow-esque outdoor space with all the trappings of patio perfection. Ambient lighting, a wide variety of seating, and classic landscaping make this spot Portland Monthly's Quintessential Patio.

06/10/2010 By Rachel Ritchie