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 Oregon StoryFeast Portland
Here’s a peek at what folks were eating, drinking and talking about at Feast Portland 2013, a world-class celebration of Oregon’s bounty and the chefs who do amazing things with…Continue reading this story…
an Oregon StoryOregon Truffle Festival
In Oregon, we grow all kinds of good things in our soil – including the celebrated Oregon wild truffle. Every year in Eugene, chefs, foragers and fans of Oregon truffles gather in Eugene for the Oregon Truffle Festival, a three-day eating and…Continue reading this story…
an Oregon StoryDon’t-Miss Oregon Wineries
Leah Jrgensen is the owner and winemaker of her eponymous label, Leah Jrgensen Cellars. A 15-year veteran of the wine industry, she has worked at several Oregon wineries, including Shea Wine Cellars in Newberg. Jrgensen’s signature, limited…Continue reading this story…
an Oregon StoryOn the Road With Farm to Fork: Corvallis
There are things you hear about, things you wish you could do and things you get lucky enough to experience. I was just that lucky last Sunday as I attended the Farm to Fork Dinner at Afton Field Farm in Corvallis. I had anticipated the event for…Continue reading this story…
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March 20 2014 to March 20 2014
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We want to go wine tasting in the North Willamette Valley. Where should we stay and where should we eat?
The towns I love for wine tasting are Newberg, McMinnville and Dundee. All three are driving distance of each other in Yamhill County. In Newberg there are lots of great B&B's and vacation rentals. Here are a few favorites: dreamgiversinn.com/ lepuy-inn.com/ lobenhaus.com/ distinctivedestination.net/lionsgateinn/ For dinner, The Painted Lady is seriously top notch. Recipe- A Nei…