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Eat Mobile 2009


Food Reviews & Stories
Software marketer Rick Wilson has maneuvered his three-wheeled, 800-pound Dutch-made Bakfiets cargo bike to three of the Portland farmers markets each week since last spring. Once he sets “Cafe Vélo’s” emergency brake, which, considering the bike’s weight, actually res   More
 
Wednesday, April 1, 2009 Deeda Schroeder

Eat Mobile 2009


Food Reviews & Stories
Lisa DeGrace of Lulu’s Confections says she enjoys giving her cookies away more than keeping them. After tasting her peanut-butter-and-jelly cookies, you’ll understand why. Meltingly tender and wickedly rich from plenty of butter, DeGrace’s peanut-butter shortbreads are nothing if    More
 
Wednesday, April 1, 2009 Deeda Schroeder

Four-Alarm Eats

Firehouse warms up Woodlawn.


Food Reviews & Stories
Step inside newish Firehouse restaurant at the hub of the up-and-coming Woodlawn neighborhood in Northeast Portland, and you’ll notice the smell immediately: a perfume of burning wood, seared-me ...   More
 
Wednesday, January 7, 2009 Deeda Schroeder

Mangia Pizza

Northwest gets a hefty pie haven.


Food Reviews & Stories
Mangia’s pies have got muscle. At this new pizza spot owned by Mary Starr and Russ Hubbard, forget the sparse, made-for-one pizzas at higher-end pie shops in town—these pizzas eat like a m ...   More
 
Wednesday, December 24, 2008 Deeda Schroeder

A More Perfect Union

Lincoln unites barebones style and brilliant cuisine.


Food Reviews & Stories
If you’ve never set foot in a commercial kitchen, the difference between a catering chef and a restaurant chef might seem like splitting hairs. But, in fact, the two are like poodles and German ...   More
 
Wednesday, December 17, 2008 Deeda Schroeder

Restaurant Guide 2008


Food Reviews & Stories
This hip, modern and elegantly sparse upstairs space draws loyal fans of sushi, sake and socializing. Other than its happenin’ happy-hour scene, Masu has long been known to carve up some of the best-quality fish flown into town and turn it into esoteric sashimi, pristine nigiri and jewel-studd   More
 
Wednesday, October 15, 2008 Deeda Schroeder

The Trickster

Share, sip and repeat at Tanuki.


Food Reviews & Stories
Maybe you haven’t heard of Japan’s infamous scoundrel of a raccoon dog, Tanuki. He’s the portly, friendly-looking, big-balled statue greeting Japanese salarymen as they stream into a ...   More
 
Wednesday, October 8, 2008 Deeda Schroeder

Green Means Go

The Green Dragon finally fires up.


Food Reviews & Stories
It’s not every day that a restaurant gets a second chance to make a first impression. But for the 10-month-old Green Dragon Bistro & Brewpub in industrial Southeast Portland, that rarity has bec ...   More
 
Wednesday, July 16, 2008 Deeda Schroeder

Openings, closings and dishy gossip


Food Reviews & Stories
BELLY FULL: Not one but two restaurants named for your stomach are hanging out their PDX shingle soon. Equinox owners Tara George and Michele Stultz are turning the stately old home that last housed C ...   More
 
Wednesday, June 11, 2008 Deeda Schroeder

No Eggs, No Gluten, No Problem

Two bakeries redefine yeasty goodness.


Food Reviews & Stories
Bread ain’t just bread anymore—especially if you’re part of the city’s growing legion of vegans or gluten-intolerant. Never fear, two new local bakeries have got you covered. I ...   More
 
Wednesday, June 11, 2008 Deeda Schroeder
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