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.
Short Documentary Stories
Stories profiling individuals whose lives center around the broad subject of food.
Boondockers Farm is a working farm dedicated to protecting rare species of heritage livestock and heirloom vegetable seeds.
Friends get together in Portland, Oregon for a cookbook potluck, sharing recipes from the Toro Bravo cookbook of Spanish inspired cuisine.
A great preserve faithfully captures the essence of the fruit and magnifies its flavor. Organic farmers Anthony and Carol Boutard strives for this with his Ayers Creek Farm fresh fruit preserves.
I was on a personal quest to find out about mead. I began to see tastings and classes pop-up. I knew it was an ancient beverage made from honey – but what did it really taste like? What a surprise that I found out!
Cooking Up a Story introduces its new online store with a story about Debbie Dean, one of the exciting artisans whose products they are now featuring.
These are behind the scenes images from the upcoming Verboort Dinner that draws scores of people to this unusual fundraiser event, now in their 80th year
For chestnut farmer Chris Foster, providing his community high quality, organic chestnuts with lesser impact on the environment is a win-win for everyone.
Mulysa Melco seeks to transform her Portland Overlook neighborhood into a pesticide free neighborhood zone to protect the health of her community.
From the film vault, a story about the Portland Tomato Festival that draws growers from around the area to compete.