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Oregon-based food journalist Samantha Bakall talks about confronting racism and increasing representation in the food industry, the food media and more.
The global pandemic has had a huge impact on the service industry in Oregon, especially in Portland, a city known for its lively food scene. In April, a survey conducted by the National Restaurant Association found 81% of Oregon restaurant workers have been laid off or furloughed as a result of the pandemic.
A University of Oregon professor’s weekly Zoom hangouts developed into a quarantine cookbook supporting food justice.
Huckleberry season is in full swing in the Pacific Northwest, and whether you forage them yourself or pay a pretty penny at your local farmer's market, these berries are a sweet staple of summer. But what if we told you huckleberries don't grow in the West? In fact, you've been enjoying native blueberries all along.
Portland's celebrated food carts flourished during the Great Recession. A new hardship — the COVID-19 pandemic — is testing their creativity and resilience again.