How did kombucha become such a hit? Could an enigmatic Taiwanese concept change the way we all eat? Forget your mom's rule about no politics at the dinner table.
Oscar Mayer is touting its new hot dog recipe that uses nitrite derived from celery juice instead of artificial sodium nitrite.
Chinese trade mission members sample Oregon and Washington specialty snacks and drinks during Portland visit.
Under a roadkill bill passed overwhelmingly by the Legislature and signed by the governor, motorists who crash into the animals can now harvest the meat to eat.
What's the deal with cooking cannabis? Is the growing marijuana industry affecting the bottom lines of restaurants? And why was a small family dairy barred from labeling its skim milk as ... "skim milk"?
Sherman County, Oregon, is debating what to do about a large organic farm accused of letting its weeds spread onto neighboring fields.
Is there a difference between organic milk bought in a grocery store and milk bought straight from farmers? Washington Post reporter Peter Whoriskey talks with NPR's Scott Simon about his findings.
News | Nation | Think Out LoudOPB | May 3, 2017 noon
An Oregon man who has an engineering degree from Sweden has been fined for practicing engineering without a license. We learn about Portland's Japantown before WWII, and about a new documentary on Oregon-born food writer James Beard.
Food | Agriculture | Business | News | local | Environment | PoliticsCapital Press | April 28, 2017 12:57 p.m. | Salem, Oregon
Imitating rules established for wineries, Senate Bill 677 would permit cider businesses to produce and sell their beverages, serve food and conduct other agritourism activities on-site in farm zones.
Americans across the country go wild for Cracker Barrel biscuits or its old-timey 'Chicken and Dumplins', and now, West Coasters — specifically, Oregonians — will get in on the fun.
Food | Pacific Ocean | NW Life | Fish & Wildlife | local | EnvironmentOPB | April 15, 2017 5:13 p.m. | Seaview, Washington
Thousands of people hauled their shovels and buckets to the shore for the first weekend of open razor clam season on the Washington coast.
Arts | Food | Oregon Art BeatOPB | April 12, 2017 11:47 a.m.
Portland ice cream maker Jared Goodman takes inspiration from works of art when creating his elaborate sundaes
Food | NW Life | News | Fish & Wildlife | local | EnvironmentOPB | April 12, 2017 1:49 p.m.
Local razor clams are headed for Oregon and Washington tables soon. The season has been closed all year along the coast due to high levels of the naturally occurring neurotoxin domoic acid.
Food | local | Agriculture
'The Four Top': Restaurateurs Under Trump | Whence The Midsize American Farm? | Institutional EatingOPB | April 10, 2017 6:30 a.m.
Are restaurateurs pro- or anti-Trump? Where did midsize American farms go? And is there anything worse than hospital food? Oh .... right ... prison food.
Food | Entertainment | Business | localOPB | March 27, 2017 6:13 a.m. | Portland
Are you being spammed by "spon con"? Is food-and-drink cobranding idiotic or innovative? And why is American brewpub food so universally terrible? To find out, tune into Episode 15 of “The Four Top.”
Una investigación realizada por el departamento de labor e industria de Oregon (BOLI por sus siglas en inglés) sacó a la luz miles de violaciones laborales cometidas en una fábrica de procesamiento de mariscos en Astoria.
Snow and ice are hard on hungry families and seniors. But social service food providers said they're adjusting to make sure food gets to the people who need it most.