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Hot Girl-On-Grill Action

Carin Moonin gets baptized by fire.


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I'll admit it. I'm a girl, and I'm scared of the grill. I'll cook just about anything when I'm surrounded by four walls. But when it comes to outdoor feeding, I'm the one picking the berries, not ten ...   More
 
Wednesday, June 27, 2007 CARIN MOONIN

Cheap Eats 2006


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You can always tell a great Thai joint by its peanut sauce. And this popular Portland State University hangout doesn't disappoint, with a version you'd be just as happy to eat alone with a soup spoon or poured on a vast selection of curries, stir-fries and regional specialties. For real flavor, opt    More
 
Wednesday, December 6, 2006 CARIN MOONIN

What's Wrong With This Picture?

Prepping for her holiday table, Carin Moonin tries her hand at shooting cookbook "porn."


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A shorter version of this story appeared in the Wednesday November 24th, 2006 print edition of WW.Scroll down for the full story. ...   More
 
Wednesday, November 29, 2006 CARIN MOONIN

Dish Review


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[June 28th, 2006] The bay leaf's significance is twofold:In the modern era, it's a culinary resource, and in mythological times, it was a lucky herb. In ancient Greece, fans crowned victorious athletes with bay-leaf garlands. The menu of Southeast Division Street's Bay Leaf restaurant was created wi   More
 
Wednesday, November 15, 2006 CARIN MOONIN

The Slow Cooker

With time, Bay Leaf could become a healthy haven.


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The bay leaf's significance is twofold:In the modern era, it's a culinary resource, and in mythological times, it was a lucky herb. In ancient Greece, fans crowned victorious athletes with bay-leaf ga ...   More
 
Wednesday, June 28, 2006 CARIN MOONIN

No Food For Thought

Survive on lemonade, for 10 days! Carin Moonin sticks her tongue out at one of Portland's hardcore summer slim-down tricks: fasting.


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It's bedtime. I'm drinking a cup of Smooth Move laxative tea. I'll be drinking nine more in the next 10 days, one per night.Upon rising, I'll drink 32 ounces of warm water mixed with two teaspoons of ...   More
 
Wednesday, June 28, 2006 CARIN MOONIN

FriendSearch

Intrepid NYC transpland ISO Portland pals. Likes sarcasm, good food, tasty beers, long walks by the river...


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Portlanders...are friendly. Very friendly. They heartily thank bus drivers. They wave encouragingly at others to go first at intersections. They use tip jars as more than spare-change receptacles. Por ...   More
 
Wednesday, April 12, 2006 CARIN MOONIN

Cheap Eats 2006


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Late-risers can still get their morning meal at comma chameleon Bijou, Cafe. Snag a seat at the sparkling, expansive counter or slide into one of the tables covered in blue-checkered cloth and order a fresh-squeezed organic orange or grapefruit juice ($3.50) while you peruse the menu to decide if yo   More
 
Tuesday, March 28, 2006 CARIN MOONIN

Cheap Eats 2006


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Is it the kicky apple-lemon-ginger juice ($3.50) at this vegan cafe inside Yoga in the Pearl? Or the giant Southwestern Salud salad ($6) with black beans, rice, avocado and romaine? Or the delectableand rhyming!pt of the day served with flax crackers (on our visit it was cashew hummus, $5). Whet   More
 
Tuesday, March 28, 2006 CARIN MOONIN

Cheap Eats 2006


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Start off with an airy, LP-sized pita and dip it into a shimmery puddle of hummus ($4.25). Move on to one of the mezza platters ($8-$9) for a comprehensive taste of what Hoda's Middle Eastern Cuisine has to offer. Those with lighter appetites might try an exceptionally fresh feta salad ($6.50) while   More
 
Tuesday, March 28, 2006 CARIN MOONIN
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