Slideshow

Slide Show: The Food Lovers’ Guide

We take our food seriously here in the Rose City, so it pays to know— "*where it grows*":/eat-and-drink/articles/farmers-markets-0310/, where to find it, and how to "*prepare it*":/eat-and-drink/articles/cooking-lessons-0310/. Our indispensable "*Food Lov

02/15/2010

EAT UP

Raise and Write

To increase your food expertise, join how-to-workshops about raising your own chickens or writing about food.

02/15/2010 By Mike Thelin and Veronica Martin

EAT UP

Back to School

A wide range of prices, locations and food choices, Portland chefs offer you the opportunity to learn their favorite dishes.

02/15/2010 By Hanna Neuschwander

EAT UP

Tools of the Trade

Three different locales are highlighted for those who are in dire need of crockery supplies, such as knife sharpening or restaurant quality porcelain.

02/15/2010 By Mike Thelin

EAT UP

A Baker’s Dozen

A history lesson in the artisan bakery trade of Portland. Listings include different pastry shops and the variety of treats they offer.

02/15/2010 By Mike Thelin and Eva Hagberg

Locavore

Ranch to Table

Buy your meat from local Portland farms, or butchers, or farmer's markets, using this resource guide to get started.

02/03/2010 By Hanna Neuschwander

choco

Chocolate and Coffee Fest at Ecotrust

Ten Reasons to Love the Bean

01/13/2010 By Eat Beat Team

Q&A: JOE SACCO

Behind the Lines

Joe Sacco has gone to warzones such as Goražde, Palestine, and Sarajevo and reported what he found in a series of critically acclaimed books, inadvertently helping to create comics journalism. He takes a break from preparing his newest, _Footnotes in Gaz

11/09/2009 By Randy Gragg

Cheap Eats

$20 Is The New $50

We scoured the Portland metro area to find a dozen culinary steals, ranging from the nationally-lauded Le Pigeon, to Sanchez Taqueria, a foodie pitstop in Tigard.

10/09/2009 By Mike Thelin and Eva Hagberg

BEST RESTAURANTS: AN APPENDIX

Snack Track

This guide will take you through the best and most wallet-friendly eateries and cafés within walking (or streetcar) distance of downtown.

10/09/2009 By Thomas Cobb and Eva Hagberg

POUR

Autumn on the Rocks

Take a little inspiration from the Czech Republic to find the right drink to bridge the seasons in the city.

10/09/2009 By Rachel Ritchie

Portland Plated

Smaller, Cheaper, Faster

As the economy changes, Portland restaurants are forced to adapt or become extinct.

08/18/2009 By Mike Thelin

Portland Plated

Club Sandwich

With restaurants increasingly seen as shaky ventures, some of the city's most talented chefs have tossed aside their white coats and fancy kitchens to tinker with the lowly sandwich in the culinary equivalent of the tree house. But craftsmen like Ken Gord

05/26/2009 By Mike Thelin

Get Out

Hikes & Bikes

One of the best things about living in Portland is the ease with which we can escape the city for more rugged delights. So we paged through guidebooks, consulted local experts, and wore a little leather off our own boots...

05/20/2009 Edited by Kasey Cordell With Brian Barker By Kaitlin Johnson, Ariel Bleicher, Victoria Nguyen, and Bart Blasengame

(It's the place to be.)

Green Acres

Brenna Bell is a hippie. “That word has so many meanings,” she says. “But if you mean somebody who’s a free-minded person who lives closely with nature and with other people? That’s what I am.”

05/19/2009 By Bart Blasengame

Cornershop

Parallel

Parallel aligns itself with Portland's shopping hot spots.

05/19/2009 By Jill Spitznass

All Lacrosse the World

Stick Figure

Portland Lumber Jax defenseman *Brodie Merrill* talks tough about lacrosse, jet lag, and being mocked by Canadian teenagers.

05/19/2009 By Bart Blasengame

Article

12 Revolutionary Companies

Transforming the city that works (and yes, they're hiring.)

05/19/2009 By Sally Powers

Prost

Heavy Drinking

A high-octane combination of age and alcohol makes barley wine an effective antidote to winter.

05/19/2009 By Nino Padova

Play

Toy Story

Four small shops that play big

05/19/2009 By Stacey Wilson