Mark Your Calendar

Ale Alert!

Cold ones for cold weather

01/11/2012

Party On

Get the Grill Going

It’s that time of year again: barbeques are getting uncovered, brushed off, and fired up. Here’s a few helpful tips and tools to make the season ...

06/06/2011 By Teri Gelber

Cook This Now

Spring Crudite On Its Way

A sweet spring vegetable platter is all you need to make the season shine. Bright and healthy, don’t miss the spring crunch happening in the Pacific No...

05/25/2011 By Teri Gelber

Market Watch

Olive Oil for the Masses, B.Y.O.B.

Local foodinista, Jim Dixon, is my olive oil confidante. Find him at his tiny Southeast shophouse every Monday to taste his collection of Mediterranean condi...

05/11/2011 By Teri Gelber

DIY

Roasting Coffee Beans At Home

Mr. Green Beans, in Northeast Portland, has all the tools and tricks for learning how to roast your very own coffee; Their exellent classes are as affordable...

05/10/2011 By Teri Gelber

Five Questions For...

Timothy Bartling, Fanatic Fermenter

The local chef talks about lactobacilli wizardry and transforming raw food into edible digestible goodness in your home kitchen.

04/27/2011 By Teri Gelber

The Pantry

Gourmet Jams from Pink Slip

Spring fruits and flavors have finally started to show up in Portland. One of our favorite new tastes are the marvelous concoctions from Pink Slip Jam, a loc...

04/21/2011 By Amara Holstein

Market Watch

An Easter Basket to Envy

Not your ordinary bunny delivery, this basket is filled with single origin chocolates and fancy caramels from one of Portland’s premier chocolate count...

04/19/2011 By Teri Gelber

PORTLAND MONTHLY PHOTO ESSAY

Food Chain

A group of local photographers known collectively as PhotoForce turn their lenses toward Oregon's fight against hunger in this _Portland Monthly_ photo essay.

12/15/2009