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Portland Value's (in one top ten report)
Metrovinoís Seafood Chowder: True, I first encountered this sensational soup in 2009, but I return periodically to slurp of its goodness and fortify my ravaged soul. Fatty smoked bacon adrift in a sea of oysters, clams, tuna, and halibut for $5. Why arenít you eating it now?
Miho Izakaya For sheer menu audacity, I have to give it up for the little Japanese pub on N Interstate. The ingredients are always cracking fresh, and the 25 or so small-plate offerings ($2-10) are not only uniformly tasty, but extremely interesting to boot. The slow-cooked pork, spicy noodles, and beguiling fish entrees will reel you in and turn you into a homing pigeon for this coop.
(S/E have you eaten at Red Onion Thai Cuisine??)
tea w/ hitch
Day 1 Juice Press 10 Day Juice Cleanse
Well after some research this was my pick of places and its close to the N/D trains...
Tough to slowly drink (aka "crew the juice" for the saliva) 8 juices starting at 10am, will start earlier manana, its 5pm and I have almost finished 5, good stuff and I love the cravings....
Yesterday I did go vegan and mostly raw, and the pre cleanse perscribed colonic to boot....
Beast, Portland (food fight in comments thread)
via mother jones fb
Cook's Illustrated Magazine
It's breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so New Year's Day breakfast is the most important meal of the year, right? Do it right with our recipe for perfect french toast:
Greener Grows the Valley
- Napa vintners are restoring historic wineries with a focus on sustainability
Adam Gopnik on the state of dessert.
Seems a bit precious, but: perfect martini recipe.
High and low points so far: Catalan (Houston) for dinner on Christmas Eve. Pre-cooked bacon for breakfast on Christmas day. I'll let you guess which was which.
pimento (sub jalepino for garlic) spread
someone tell me what to do with ribs, please!
alternative kitchen garden a-z
Why foie gras in not unethical. Not sure everyone would agree, or that this closes the question, but from the best producers it's at least not as bad as you probably think. Phew.
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