Delight in Oregon’s tasty culinary events featuring farm fresh produce, wild caught seafood and artisan cheeses. Roll up your sleeves and pick, chop and filet your way through an evening with a nice glass of wine or a micobrew.
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an ItineraryWillamette Valley Winemaking, the Communal Way
The roots of a shared winery in which small, individually licensed producers crush, age and bottle their wines using the same equipment and facilities were first planted in the U.S. in Oregon, with the opening of the Carlton Winemakers…Continue reading this story…
an Oregon StoryWhat’s All the Buzz About Oregon Truffles?
There’s just something about truffles the earthy fungi, not the chocolate that is all at once irresistible, seductive and perfectly paired with everything from scrambled eggs to pasta to cheese to beer. Foraged by hand (or with the help of…Continue reading this story…
an Oregon StoryPasture and Pinot at Timberline Lodge
Chef Jason Stoller Smith cooks a mean steak. His secret? He doesn’t do anything fancy. It’s simple salt and pepper on the grill and charred, says Smith, who oversees the seven restaurants at Timberline Lodge, the iconic visitor lodge…Continue reading this story…
an Oregon StoryGet Schooled at the Oregon Cheese Festival
The Oregon Cheese Festival has real class, and this year more than ever. Held at Rogue Creamery in Central Point on March 18-19, the gathering of Oregon’s artisan cheesemakers will include two new educational classes. Sponsored by the Oregon…Continue reading this story…
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February 10 2017 to December 29 2017
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That's a big area but there are a lot of options. It's good that you say you're not big city people, because the Willamette Valley is short on big cities but big on quirky smallish cities and towns. Here are a few broad ideas about things you might like to see and do as you make your way from Portland to Eugene: Wine/Beer Tasting: The Willamette Valley is particularly known for having wonde…