In the past year, Portland’s French scene has grown significantly, with three new spots popping up in various corners of town: there’s downtown’s Little Bird, North Portland’s Cocotte and St. Jack on Southeast Clinton.
When the trailer came out for the recently released comedy “Bridesmaids,” supporters of female comedians everywhere held their collective breath.
While quiche had its most glorified time in the ’80s, there is a reason why many home cooks still are serving it up today.
Portland breakfast restaurants are a bummer. I’m not talking about the food, or even the service when I say that.
Here in Portland, we appreciate the little guy—we have bumper stickers reminding us to love our farmer, our brewer, our baker.
I’ll admit it—I’m a little bit of a homer. Since I grew up in California, I instantly love 101cookbooks.com author Heidi Swanson from San Francisco.
While some of the PSU farmers have been at the market for years, the one product that has been popping up more frequently is breakfast. Every kind of breakfast, from spicy sausages to paper-thin crepes, are available to fit your breakfast of choice. Yet, the options for pie seem to be the most prevalent this year. Here are some places to start, and which slices to inhale.
As the weather heats up (it will eventually, right?) our tastes for dinner may shift from rich, meaty casseroles to lighter fare. The following recipe is quick to pull together with a little help from store-bought cilantro pesto (I like Pesto Outside The Box at the PSU farmers market), and it is still incredibly flavorful.
She’s your go-to woman for advice, for style and for, you know, birthing you. She’s your mother and she deserves a lot more than to wait in a crowded brunch line somewhere, wiping the sleep out of her eyes with all the other mamas in town.
While our gut reaction in making Mexican food at home may involve opening a jar of salsa and cracking open a can of Rosarita’s refried beans, it can actually be more flavorful than that.
Heidi Swanson, the cookbook author and blogger behind 101cookbooks.com, has a way with writing about food, as she proves yet again in her new book “Super Natural Every Day.”