While early dusk settled across downtown Portland, the sun still shone brilliantly orange a mere fifteen minutes away, casting long and dappled light onto Sauvie Island.
Talking about food is best on a full stomach, as the resulting discourse, often fraught and conflicted, flows best when not hindered by hunger-induced crankiness.
We were once again gifted a box of plums from our neighbors’ plum tree.
Throughout strawberry season – which lasts all summer in Oregon – our kitchen is rarely without a few tiny blue baskets of strawberries.
You wouldn’t know it from this post, but we cooked with asparagus and strawberries this weekend.
We livened up our weekend pancakes (it's true, we eat pancakes most weekends!), by transforming the chocolate chip rounds into easter shapes: bunnies and chicks.
After a nearly two year hiatus, I’m surprised to write that we’re once again CSA members.
A quick search for "Super Natural Everyday Bran Muffins" yields multiple results.
We brought home a few souvenirs from our September trip to London and Copenhagen, including this cute Danish bird, a small vase by Anne Black, and several Christmas presents.
It was bound to happen.
The Fresh from the Market posts have gone by the wayside for awhile--but not without awareness on this end!
I've posted about Justin's chocolate chip pancakes before.
We’ve had several people ask us how we’d describe Portland’s food culture, and we’ve found ourselves repeating words: unpretentious, fun, ingredient focused, and welcoming.
Everyone loves brunch on the weekend--especially, it seems, in Brooklyn.
"If you've never made jelly before, this a great place to start.
On Thursday, I spent 45 minutes searching for a carrot recipe.
For our family of two, making chocolate chip pancakes has come to signify a leisurely weekend morning.