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.
What motivates your vacation choices? For "culinary travelers," it's all about the food. And the trend's opened a whole new business for one Portland tour group.
A Portland food cart business just got a lot bigger. "Food Network" gave "Gaufre Gourmet" free rent at the Three Rivers Mall food court in Kelso for a whole year.
Jersey Mike's Subs is giving 100 percent of its proceeds on Wednesday to Randall Children's Hospital.
Beaverton wants you to take its online survey about easing regulations on food carts in town.
What's the difference between a science lab coat and a chef's apron? Not much, if you study "culinology". College students from around the world met in Portland to show off their skills.
"Cartathlon" is back for a fourth year. We explore the crazy tasks teams have to complete to win free food cart food for a year.
Seven Oregon chefs, one distiller and one bar program are in the running for James Beard Awards.
We're talking where to find the best food for the least amount of cash. And our news partners at Willamette Week just released their annual "Cheap Eats" guide. We explore their top five food carts.
Have your cake and eat it too! KATU Family Matters wants you to Commit to be Fit, so we found a local pastry chef with three great recipes for lower calorie, simple home-made desserts. Enjoy!
Pass the fire and gather around the cave, Portland’s newest diet sensation has thousands eating like cavemen.
There are two winners at every Super Bowl party: the winning team and the person who made the best food.
Portland's foodie scene is about to get a carnivorous sustainable jolt.
Duane Sorenson’s high-end Italian eatery, Ava Gene’s, has received a national shout out from a major industry publication.
The chef at one of America's nicest restaurants has ignited a debate on social media about an issue many parents deal with. He wasn't happy about a crying toddler. We wanted to know if Portland's highest rated restaurants follow any sort of guideline when it comes to allowing kids or asking families to go.