Working in collaboration with local chefs and restaurants has boosted business 'significantly' for local food producers.
Portland proved it just may be the food cart capitol of the world after three vendors showed off their stuff in Singapore.
Do you love doughnuts? Do you love elephants? If so, you’re in luck.
We all know Portland is famous for its food carts. Now there's a reality TV show in the works showcasing some of them.
Oh the pull of that elusive reservation at the hot new restaurant. And double-oh the sweet and fatty decadence of a well-made dessert. Combine the two foodie emotions and you've got the Cronut.
Sometimes the gloomy, gray skies we live under in the Pacific Northwest can get us down.
Stacy Reed's recipe put her on the short list in a fight to win the National Beef Cook-off contest. This is a big deal. The prize is $25,000.
Pot-infused bacon? There's a shop for that.
What do wood coasters and coffee beans have in common? Chris Howells of Happy Valley makes both and found a more interesting connection. KATU's Valerie Hurst shows us how he's wasting less and cashing in.
The first planeload of Copper River salmon from Cordova, Alaska, landed Friday morning at Sea-Tac Airport and the Alaska Airlines pilots carried a 40-pound king to waiting chefs.
The newest bar at PDX is billing itself as the world's largest airport tequila bar with a selection of 200 varieties.
How can you get your kids to eat healthier foods? Dr. Miles Hassell has the answer -- and it's something that worked with his own son.
The Braveheart includes three 9-oz meat patties, four types of cheese, 10 pieces of bacon, ham, corned beef, finger steaks, pulled pork, macaroni and cheese, pickles, lettuce and tomato, sandwiched in a sourdough roll.
Portlanders have lots of choices when it comes to dining out - and the choices are expanding.
Eat Mobile, the part-food festival, part-cart competition, allowed attendees to sample from 50 Portland area foodcarts. These vendors competed for the coveted Carty Award presented by Willamette Week.
3,000 people showed up for the Eat Mobile event at OMSI Saturday night.
What could arguably be called 'food cart heaven' is coming to OMSI this weekend.