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See all those weeds flourishing in the urban wild? They could be lunch.
Sometimes this sweet lily demands something more than a supporting role.
A hearty peasant dish that's open to interpretation
Portland's Best Breakfasts
We spent weeks eating breakfast all over the city to bring you a comprehensive roundup of morning eats (and drinks!) at sixty-four restaurants. Portlanders, prepare to grow hungry.
Brian Barker, Camas Davis, Nino Padova, Lynette Sanchez, and Bart Blasengame
To work at this St. Johns java joint, you need mad espresso skills and a way with words.
Best Restaurants 2016
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RISE AND DINE
Game-time fixes at The Agency Ultra Sport Lounge
Lip-smacking lunchables at Bunk Sandwiches
Old-world recipes and generations of family focus keep the pancakes fresh (and the breakfast lines long) at the original Original Pancake House.
A Portland expat’s Buenos Aires–based wine club delivers rare Argentine finds right to your door.
Bavette steak may be the tastiest cut of beef you never heard of.
All those butternuts, acorns, and hubbards in the produce aisle are meant for more than just soup stock or pie filling.
Fresh produce makes for fabulous savory puddings
that should be served first, not last.
Don't have the time or space for canning at home? Try refrigerator pickles.
The gypsy pepper is thin-skinned, sweet and incredibly versatile.