Thanksgiving is a holiday founded in tradition. While the celebration centers around family gathering around a table, there can be some pressure on the host when trying to put out a full Thanksgiving spread.
Deb Knapp met with local chef Jessica Hansen of Middleground Farms to gather some tips on how to prepare a fantastic holiday feast.
Thanksgiving is nearly a week away, and families are starting to get ready for their annual dinner. Our news producers went to Pinterest and gathered some helpful holiday boards to stuff your dinner full of new ideas.
A South Salem High school senior takes on three other teens in a national TV cooking show Tuesday night to see who gets "chopped".
When it’s hot, we want to relax rather than stand over a hot stove. This meal can be ready under 30 minutes and is a “one pot meal” making it easy to serve and clean up! You can vary this recipe by using brown rice, wild rice or even a whole-wheat pasta noodles instead of quinoa.
Here are three snacks to help you and your family stay cool at home during the hot weather:
One Ingredient Fruit Popsicles: Slice pineapple lengthwise, add a popsicle stick to one end, place in the freezer on a plate or in a Tupperware covered for a least 2 hours.
It seems no matter what Portland neighborhood you're in, a new restaurant or food cart is opening. And it can be hard to keep track of them, unless you have a "HeatMap" to guide you.
It's happening again. Another food cart pod just got notice it has to close down, right as their busiest season kicks off.
PORTLAND, Ore. -- A Vancouver teen took the Rose Festival theme to a whole new level this year, turning roses into a snack.
It's just one of the new things you can experience at the fair this weekend.
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One of the city’s best-known chefs has won the region’s top food award.
The popular steakhouse chain is now open in downtown Portland.
Two big-name chefs in town compete on one of TV's hot new cooking shows.
Then check out the 7th annual Eat Mobile event at OMSI this Sunday, April 27, hosted by our news partners at Willamette Week. This year our own Valerie Hurst is a judge!
Parents, we know you want to make sure your kids get a healthy lunch. That's why some Beaverton parents took over the kitchen at their kids' school.