This Oregon couple helped feed the wave that brought kraut, kimchi and kombucha to every grocery store near you. Chances are if it grows in a garden, the Shockeys have tried to ferment it.
What are the emotional repercussions for those who lose the ability to eat and feed themselves? How has a one-handed cook used YouTube to build an international community? And how are modern innovations redefining cooking for people with less mobility?
Clackamas County commissioners argue it's "not possible to restore the city to its pre-disincorporation state.” They're pressing legislators to step in.
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The unrestricted gift comes as the festival prepares for a leadership transition and another volatile fire season.
What is a "batch cocktail"? Do you have the hustle to own an award-winning drinks business? And what does it take for women to make it in the male-dominated beverage industry? Listen to Episode 60 from May 6, 2019.
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OSU distinguished professor and former NOAA chief Jane Lubchenco leads her grandchildren through a hands-on exploration Oregon's spectacular tide pools.
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