The Food Lover's Guide to Portland

The Food Lover's Guide to Portland In Portland, the city of ingredients, a grocery list can read like hedonist poetry: eggs/milk/coppa steak/balsamic fig jam/black flake salt. Sure, we trudge through aisles for baking soda and dog food like the rest of our fellow shoppers, but mostly we hunt for what shouts local secret, global adventure, or the pure joy of cooking.

In this issue:

Eat & Drink


Food Lover's Guide Tote Bag

You asked and we listened. Now on sale: The Food Lover's Guide to Oregon tote, as pictured on the cover of Portland Monthly's September issue.

10/02/2014 By Benjamin Tepler

Out and About

Fixing Lunch, with Bittman and Friends

Portland has its share of “foodies,” no doubt about it. Neighborhood chickens are a common sight. Crops bearing tomato and squash plants overflow from parking strips.

09/17/2012 By Kristin Belz

Market Watch

Popsicles, Part 2: the “Pop-Sequel”

For sweet frozen treats at the fruity end of the spectrum, the popsicle meets its sister, the smoothie, and cousin Sherbet.

09/04/2012 By Kristin Belz

Food Lover's Guide

The Food Lover's Guide to Portland

You want it? We got it.


Food Lover's Guide to Portland

The Food Lover's Guide to Cheese

A cracker is downright useless without a gob of Gouda or a bite of Bleu. Pacific Northwest Cheese Project founder Tami Parr takes us a-whey!

08/23/2012 By Kasey Cordell

Food Lover's Guide to Portland

The Food Lover's Guide to Baked Goods

Our reverence for artisan bakery bounty borders on the fanatical.

08/23/2012 By Zach Dundas

Food Lover's Guide to Portland

The Food Lover's Guide to Destination Markets

For these food impresarios, grocery shopping isn’t just business. It’s personal.

08/23/2012 By Karen Brooks With Benjamin Tepler

For Food Lovers Only

The Food Lover’s Guide to Portland

Writer Liz Crain takes on Portland food

07/26/2010 By Eat Beat Team

Home & Real Estate

Design School

Portland, City of Designers

The next wave of Portland festivals celebrates design, for all of us whose passion it is to make and build deliberately, carefully and creatively.

09/17/2012 By Kristin Belz

Out and About

Salvage for the Home

Home decorating DIY-and-salvage-style has come a long way from the need to rummage through dusty shelves in thrift stores or dive into dumpsters. Salvage style is high style now.

09/16/2012 By Kristin Belz

Style & Shopping

$20 and Under

Kitchens of Convenience

Little gadgets can make a difference in your quality of life in the kitchen.

09/24/2012 By Kristin Belz


Slide Show: The Food Lovers’ Guide

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