Food and Dining
Don Anderson, who co-founded Vanguard Brewing of Wilsonville with wife Lin, dies at 58
The couple turned a passion for beer into a community gathering spot, one that Lin hopes will carry on the legacy of her late husband
McDonald’s secretive new CosMc’s concept could be Dutch Bros rival
Oregon-based Dutch Bros is famous for its colorful, caffeinated drinks. McDonald's may want a piece of the action.
Through pandemic and beyond, demand for food aid in Oregon grows
The Oregon Food Bank distributed more than 104 million pounds of food in the fiscal year from July 2022 through June 30, an 11% increase from the prior year.
How a tiny Oregon town became ‘world famous’ for its signature hot dogs
For more than 40 years, the hot dog has been the star seller at the Langlois Market.
Officials expand warning on pre-cut cantaloupe, urging caution as deadly salmonella outbreak grows
U.S. health officials say consumers should not eat pre-cut cantaloupe if they don’t know the source.
Portland is the second best place for sweet treats in the U.S., new study says
Everybody knows Portland is a great place for donuts. And ice cream. But why get specific? When it comes to sweet treats in general, Portland is world-class.
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Sivilli Wine Co. makes the Dundee Hills sparkle
A ‘nothing fancy’ focus on bubbles pays off for Thomas Sivilli
Janken, the Pearl’s most unique pan-Asian restaurant, celebrates first anniversary
The upscale pan-Asian eatery is about to celebrate its first anniversary. You might even spot a current or former Portland Trail Blazers player among the frequent diners.
Look inside 8 new Portland-area restaurants that opened this fall
How many of these new restaurants have you visited?
Rogue Creamery and Crux Fermentation Project team up for ‘best cheese in the world’ beer
The world’s best cheese but make it a beer.
Anna Maria Ponzi named interim director of Linfield wine studies program
Ponzi replaces current director Tim Matz at the end of the year.