Hello there, internet friends!
You may have noticed that I haven’t updated this blog much for the last… oh, two years or so.
Thing is, I have a 20-month-old. Add that to the almost-five-year-old, and I kinda ran out of time for food blogging.
More’s the pity.
So, when you look through here, know that it’s all pretty old!
I hope to revamp this blog. Sometime. Let’s leave it open-ended.
I still love sandwiches.
(And the muffin I had this morning at Hungry Heart.)
I know, I know! It’s March 26th, and I’m just now talking about Portland Dining Month. I’d apologize, but I was in Kauai in the middle of the month, and that is a solid “sorry not sorry” situation. You still... Continue reading →
A week or two ago, I got an email letting me know that there was going to be an event at Bob’s Red Mill (okay) about a vegan cookbook (you have my attention) from America’s Test Kitchen (!). As a... Continue reading →
“We’re going to a restaurant tonight. What kind of restaurant would you like to go to?” “Ice cream restaurant.” Well, I don’t know what I expected when I asked my two-year-old, but as soon as I heard his reply, I... Continue reading →
Not all veggie burgers are created equal, but many tasty ones are created here in Portland, Oregon. I ate a LOT of veggie burgers (nine to be exact), all to bring you my Personal Burger Truth. After a lot of... Continue reading →
Thank you to Travel Portland for providing a gift card that covered the food for this Portland Dining Month meal. All opinions are my own, or occasionally my husband’s. (Yay date night!) Portland Dining Month is still going strong through... Continue reading →
Slowburger may be in The Ocean, but it’s not an island unto itself. Nope, the burgers here had their beginning at a louder, cooler, and somewhat grittier location at Slow Bar on Grand, where they became well known enough to warrant... Continue reading →
Screen Door is a super popular southern joint. LIKE, REALLY POPULAR. Be prepared to wait. I’M SERIOUS. “Oh, I know, you have to wait for brunch in Portland.” No. Last week I was hearing about someone who went for breakfast at... Continue reading →
The Observatory is a popular place. During happy hour, dinner, or later into the evening, as Montavilla bars and restaurants start to fill up, The Observatory is Most Likely to Fill First. For a long time, it was a place... Continue reading →
Laurelhurst Market is a butcher’s shop and a “steakhouse-inspired brasserie,” which doesn’t exactly make it a vegetarian’s haven, but it’s my husband’s favorite and I’ve had plenty of good meals and tasty salads here. I just need to shower when I... Continue reading →