Foodies nationwide come to the Oregon Truffle Festival for succulent, inventive food that brings out the best of an ingredient that isn’t found anywhere else in the world. Chefs are the other stars of this show, and every year they seem to come up with dishes that are more awe-inspiring and memorable than the last….
From extravagant to budget friendly, Oregon chefs reveal favorite ingredients to pair with the state’s foraged prize…truffles.
Oregon’s cool, rainy valleys may be the last place you’d look for a locally produced tea – but you should. Metolius Artisan Tea and Minto Island Growers are reaping a strong following.
With a nod to culinary history, these food artisans are redefining the cocktail with their Oregon shrubs, a modern take on “drinking vinegars”.
Black Dakota Popcorn is one of the most popular grains developed by this Central Oregon farm, a major supplier of heirloom grains and beans in the Pacific Northwest.
Meet three of the best brewers in Yamhill County who are using local hops, yeast, fruit and water to produce craft farmhouse beers.
Nothing in the display case at Springfield’s 100 Mile Bakery immediately tips you off to the fact that this place was born to serve.
Outstanding microdistilleries are a dime a dozen in Portland, but Oregon Coast distilleries are still as rare as a whole sand dollar.