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Award-winning Chef Warns Restaurants Are Doomed
Portland’s Naomi Pomeroy says her industry needs aid now.
in food conversation
Why the Whole Bowl Is Secretly Brooklyn’s Most Exciting New Restaurant
“It’s the West Coast hippie version of halal-cart white sauce.”
People Are Understandably Horrified by This Shop’s Charles Manson Doughnut
“Their creative team needs help.”
Stumptown’s Founder Is Starting a New Coffee Company
Duane Sorenson will open Puff Coffee in Portland this November.
the tipping game
Restaurant Owners Continue to Return to Traditional Tipping Models
Portland’s Le Pigeon and Little Bird are the latest to revert to gratuity.
The Push to End Bartender Burnout
The job can take a massive toll on the body. Now a team of experts wants to help bartenders live better while working longer.
Pizzeria Debuts Trump Pizza, Sliced Small for People With Tiny Fingers
“It’s the best built pizza you’ll ever see.”
Did This Food Truck’s Anti-Trump Party Go Too Far?
“… A few months ago, another business had three Trump piñatas, and they massacred those things and nobody said anything.”
The Chain Gang
Chipotle Has Hired Food-Safety Consultants to Help With Its E. Coli Outbreak
There are now 35 confirmed cases of sickness in Oregon and Washington.
The Chain Gang
Chipotle Has Closed Dozens of Stores After an E. Coli Outbreak
Officials say the number of sick customers is likely to grow.
A Woman Is Suing a Restaurant for $100,000 for Ruining Her Valentine’s Day
She was “so devastated she cried for a day.”
Ice Cream Shop’s Planned Parenthood Benefit Met With Deluge of Threatening
It received “very disturbing” voice mails and phone calls.
Here’s a Parrot That Just Loves Coffee
“She’ll drink it any way you give it to her. Cold, hot — she doesn’t care.”
Watch the Trailer for
, a ‘Full-on’ Andy Ricker
Vice will release the full feature in early 2014.
Portland Chefs Accused of Foraging Ingredients in People’s Yards
There’s serious dirty work behind wild greens.
Here’s the Complete List of 58 Extraordinary Coffee Shops — With a
Because clicking is annoying.
Unveils Its 10 Best New Restaurants
Aska, Fat Rice, and Saison made the cut.
Watch David Levi Introduce Vinland, His Hyper-Regional Maine Restaurant
The chef intends to get by entirely on very local ingredients.
Andy Ricker of Pok Pok on the Truth About Thai Chilis
Bee larvae, yes. No on the edible silkworms.
Look Who's Popping Up
What Portland’s Jason French Is Cooking at Superba Snack Bar, November 5
The chef-owner of Ned Ludd in Portland is collaborating on dishes like cockscomb terrine and squid-ink citrus for one night.
Team-Ups: Inside Matthew Lightner and Sean Brock’s Feast Portland Dinner
The chefs collaborated on a meal Saturday night.
First Look at the Beagle, an East Village Newcomer With a Portland Pedigree
Matthew Piacentini, owner of Portland’s buzzy Clyde Common, opens a “produce-driven creative American” restaurant.
Bush Administration Pushed Genetically Modified Foods; 8,000 Pounds of Angus
Wikileaks reveals aims for more modified frankenfood, while there’s yet another listeria scare in our meat supply.
Egg Cartel Accused Of Inflating Prices; $50,000 Reward Offered in Killing of
An alleged scheme finds egg farmers and a huge egg trade group killing hens to stifle the supply of eggs.
Seafood Sourcing on Diners’ Minds; Police Draw Guns at Venice’s Rawsome
Seafood restaurants are peppered with questions about food origins, while raw milk brings out police weapons.
The Other Cities
Chef Arrested After Locavore Brawl in Portland
In Portland, they’re not messing around in re: locavorism.
Locavores Gone Loco: Chef Arrested After Brawl Over Pig Sourcing
Cochon 555 ends in a head-butt and a trip to the clink.
Fat Duck to Serve Whale Vomit For Christmas; Cannabis Cafe Coming to Portland
A British restaurant serves the ultimate in gross-out food, while a Portland Cafe attempts to serve marijuana with food.
A Farmers Market For The White House; Chicken Feet Save The Day
Plus: a new menu for Macaroni Grill, a farmer-to-farmer program from the USDA
The Intersection of Local and Kosher; Chicken Feet Diplomacy
Plus: USDA invests in small farms, and Portland’s awesome food scene, all in our morning news roundup.