Remy Drabkin grew up in a community where exciting new winemakers were helping to shape the nascent wine industry in Oregon. She always knew she would grow up to become a winemaker too.
David and Diana Lett moved to Oregon in 1965 and soon began planting the first cuttings of Pinot Noir on their new property they called, Eyrie Vineyards. We speak to Jason Lett about the vineyard he has run since 2005, and his father’s legacy.
In this first video in the Yamhill Valley Wine Series, we provide a brief glimpse of some of the upcoming stories (including a program schedule) that will be published over the next 5 weeks.
Adapted from the original Food.Farmer.Earth story about Kathryn Yeomans and her pop up restaurant event The Chef, The Farmer, and the Pop-Up Restaurant.
At SakéOne, Greg Lorenz is one of less than a handful of saké brewers in the country. He’s trying to build a domestic market for premium saké. We visit the SakéOne brewery to see how this ancient Japanese beverage is made.
Ed Arcement and his wife Nancy love cheese. Indeed, their mutual enthusiasm for this processed food is why they chose to attend a national goat show in Spokane, Washington. They found themselves suddenly bidding on a particular goat, and to their surprise, won!
Dustin Olsen and his wife Jennifer run the Mushroomery where they grow wild and cultivated organic mushrooms: Blue Oysters, White Elm, Almond Portobello, Lion’s Mane, Shitake, and others.
Ann Forsthoefel talks about the learning curve she has experienced developing her small scale aquaponics system of growing food she plans to sell to local markets.
When it comes to farming through the winter months, Tom DeNoble of DeNoble’s Farm Fresh Produce in Tillamook is no romantic. “Winter farming is a big gamble,” he said. “It’s like rolling the dice every year.”
Clark Haass is bent on world domination, but not in the evil-overlord-bwa-ha-ha sense. He wants to bring the world to the table over a heaping plate of hash.