MOregon

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[picasa username=”lsq713″ albumname=”Moregon”] Portland Oregon and environs would be a great vacation spot for a anyone but especially a family. Within one hour-your reach the coast from Portland. Veer south and its the home of American Pinot Noir. Fort-five minutes east from the city and you’re on the Columbia river gorge with spectacular waterfalls &… View Article
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Breakfast and The Oregon Coast

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[picasa username=”lsq713″ albumname=”BreakfastAndTheOregonCoast”] First things first. Check out this immaculately baked croissant from Kens Artisan Bakery. Hard and crispy on the outside, puffed up like helium yet–on the inside hollow with airy moist layers. All the reports were right–this with a cup of coffee from Stumptown–could not have been a better treat before heading out… View Article
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Pok Pok Portland

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[picasa username=”lsq713″ albumname=”PokPokPortland”] Lunch at Pok Pok Thai restaurant in Portland is without a doubt the most real and exciting Thai food I’ve eaten in America. Each dish had a completely different flavor (not just more or less salty, sweet or spicy–most often the case in Thai resto’s). For the curry noodle dish–the coconut milk… View Article
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IACP Conference

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Have arrived in Portland, Oregon for the IACP (International association of culinary professionals) conference, an annual event which has about 1,000 attendees who visit local food interests, gather for classes and lectures from noted colleagues, and gather to celebrate the cookbook awards on Thursday. Portland is a fantastic food town with phenomenal local resources. Lunch at… View Article