Monthly Archive for: ‘October, 2008’

  • Political Season

    With the election just a week away, a palpable political buzz is electrifying conversation. While food issues have largely been overlooked in the Presidential campaign, our country is just beginning to get engaged with food on a much more substantial and political level. For proof, […]

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  • Catching up on Slow Food Nation

    A month has passed since Slow Food Nation, though it already feels like a year has gone by. Such is harvest season. But it’s not time to forgot about the momentum that started at this year’s event; there has continued to be some excellent wrap-up […]

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  • Drink Your Beer Slowly

    Living in Portland, you probably don’t need to be reminded that we are awash in good beer. But while we might share a pint with friends or argue over our favorite brews, it is easy to overlook how the drink gets to our glass. Beer […]

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