Archive for September 2014

A Chef du Jour Favorite Recipe

This week we are going to highlight a fantastic recipe that fits right into the fall food trend of having a vegetarian dish as the main course. By choosing this type of cuisine you are catering (no pun intended) to many common dietary restrictions while not sacrificing that comfort-food feel. This flavorful combination is filling and…

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5 Must-Have Menu Items at Your Fall Event

Portland is turning the corner to the crisp, beautiful days of fall. While temps are still high, the cool morning air and slowly dropping leaves give us a yearning for comfort food. If you are planning a fall event, here are 5 must-haves for your menu – they are sure to satisfy! Alternative Grains: Say…

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The Steps to Planning a Successful Event

Hosting and/or planning an event can be extremely stressful. If you’re not used to event planning, the process can seem overwhelming at first, but with a few guidelines and some easy steps, you can pull it off like a pro. Step 1: Determine Guest List The number of attendees at your party will determine many…

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Beginners Guide to Grilling

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The summer is winding down, but that doesn’t mean that grilling season is over! Grilling is the classic food prep method of choice for game day barbeques and can be a great way to add flavor and easy cleanup to your menu prep. An added bonus: many stores put their “summer” inventory on sale this…

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This Goes With That: Food Pairings

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Somewhere along the way, during your journey into adulthood and attendance at tastings, dinner parties, and the like, you might have picked up a thing or two about food pairings. Food pairing can refer to combining different foods whose flavors pair well together or pairing food with beverages that complement each others’ flavors. Foodpairing.com is a…

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