A visit to a modern blacksmith who draws from the past to make culinary knives. An expert demonstrates kitchen knives.
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Chris Czarnecki demonstrates the Oregon White Truffle dish. Jack Czarnecki, takes us on a Oregon Truffle hunt.
Arnon Kartmazov of Bridgetown Forge works all day on his feet. Like the traditional blacksmith of old, he forges steel, repeatedly pounding and pressing the heated mass into finished form. Much of what he makes pay homage to the traditional Japanese culinary knives.
Filmed at the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Cooking For Solutions: Sustainable Foods Institute media conference, Mas Masumoto shares his views on farming and life.
This post is under construction. A new video player will be added shortly. : Excerpts of talks from this event in 2010 The Monterey Bay Aquarium Cooking For Solutions Sustainable Foods Institute annual conference, a two day event for the media to promote learning and discussion around the many issues that impact food and sustainability […]
Remy Drabkin grew where new winemakers were developing the nascent Oregon wine industry. She knew too she would one day become a young Oregon winemaker.
The Food.Farmer.Earth newsletter this week focuses on the Oregon White Truffle as we hunt and cook with elusive delicacy.
In Oregon alone, 20 regional food banks, and 950 local agencies are involved in distributing food to those in need. And, it’s not nearly enough. 25% of the state’s populace are receiving food stamps, and many of those are children.
Although Dick Shea started out as an Oregon grape grower for other producers, he also began producing his own wine.
Joins us as we follow expert mushroom hunter, and Chef, Jack Czarnecki, into the woods in pursuit of the Oregon White Truffle.
This is the first video in The Yamhill Valley Wine Region of Oregon Series. We provide a brief glimpse of video stories featuring local wine producers.
Oregon is among the very few states that have for decades effectively fought back the forces of development with their urban growth boundary plans.
The University of Oregon Food Justice conference, Keynote Roundtable: Food Justice & Farm Advocacy in the U.S., defines what food justice means to them.
From February 15 through March 15, 2010, the Blog For Food Campaign, a coordinated effort of participating Oregon bloggers, seeks to help Oregon Food Bank (OFB) raise funds to address the rising (and alarming) levels of hunger and food insecurity in the state. Sadly, Oregon has joined the ranks of four other states (Mississippi, Maine, […]
At The Culinary Breeding Network showcase event in Portland, we sample an exotic array of fresh vegetable varieties and learn more about their origins from chefs and plant breeders.
Melinda Casady, a Portland area culinary educator is profiled in this short video.
In this issue of the bi-weekly newsletter, we feature the Culinary Breeding Network Showcase event, provide links to some of our favorite posts, along with a listing of what you may have missed on social media.
January 13, 2011 Get your party hats and glasses ready – there’s going to be a celebration! Prior to the announcement of this years James Beard Foundation Award nominations, there will be a gala event, in Portland, Oregon, to raise funds for the Oregon Culinary Institute. James Beard, a Portland, Oregon native, treasured good fresh […]
Rick DeFerrari, of Oregon Barrel Works, offers his barrel making services to artisan winemakers.
Chef Melinda Casady, co-founder of Portland’s Culinary Workshop demonstrates an “a to z” host of knife techniques working with a 10″ chef knife.