Category Archive for: ‘Events’

  • Olivetour 2 E1383599098652

    The Mediterranean In Our Own Backyard

    Ever wondered, as you douse your salad greens in oil, how many olives it takes to fill a bottle? Or how many olives come from one tree? Maybe you didn’t know Oregon had a fledgling olive oil industry. So you might be asking, “Olives, in […]

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  • Tuna canning workshop

    Putting Up Fish

    || By Ellen Lodine  || On August 24, a group gathered at Portland’s Culinary Workshop  to learn the skills of knife, whole tuna and pressure canning. The day before, I washed and sterilized twelve dozen wide mouth half pint Mason jars, lids and rings; and […]

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  • Bringing Terra Madre Home

    In 2012, the international Salone del Gusto and Terra Madre world meeting will be held together as a unified event for the first time, displaying the extraordinary diversity of food from all continents and uniting small-scale farmers and artisans from the north and south of […]

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  • Recap: Small Scale Meat Processing Discussion

    by Kimi Reid. The importance of words such as ‘grass fed,’ ‘pasture raised’ and ‘small scale,’ are often lost in a sea of foodie vocabulary, implying somewhat lofty connotations. However, as the American consumer is faced with a plethora of choices, even the most socially […]

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