All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘oregon’

  • 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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  • Red Ridge Olive Farm

    Olive Farm & Mill Tour

    Can you tell your Pendolino from your Leccino?  In the fruit rich lands of the Pacific Northwest we rarely see them but the sacred olive is one of the oldest fruits with a history as old as western civilization. Such was the esteem in which [...]

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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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