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Tasty Tuesday : Year of the Fish

You can have the hat, the whip, the rugged leather jacket, the dramatic John Williams score, and the adventurous life of a globetrotting archeologist, but those things will never equal the siren song of seafood. Ed MacGregor of the Year Continue Reading

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Tasty Tuesday : Steve’s Dawg House

Only four people in the entire world know the secret. May lightning strike this blog if that be untrue. And those four are not about to divulge their closely guarded knowledge. You can try to get one of the four, … Continue Reading

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Tasty Tuesday : Cindy Lou’s

Investing $100 to get back $16,000 seems like a great return. Especially when you’re confident that you will win the raffle. That’s right, a raffle. To win one of five entries in a contest who’s ultimate prize was a food … Continue Reading

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Tasty Tuesday : Thick

There’s an urban legend about deep dish pizza which the residents of Chicagoland seem unable to refute. A legend so pervasive that when presented with the evidence of their misbelief, those who have accepted the legend as fact simply refuse … Continue Reading

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Tasty Tuesday : Devin’s Dive

So what do two natives of Brooklyn, New York, one of whom is a chef trained in vegan cooking, who are looking for a change of scenery and lifestyle, and want to open a food cart do to realize their … Continue Reading

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Tasty Tuesday : Vegan Beer & Food Festival

The Vegan Beer and Food Festival is coming to Portland. Wait… a vegan beer and food festival that was not in Portland? Too true. The VB&FF got its start six years ago in a large city in the southern section … Continue Reading

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Tasty Tuesday : Polli Tico

Dedication to one’s craft is a key ingredient for those who are providing food through their food cart. With competition from many other food carts in PDX, excellence in craft is a main requirement for long-term survival. At Polli TicoContinue Reading

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Tasty Tuesday : Chicken & Guns

At first glance, Chicken & Guns doesn’t appear to be a food cart. It resembles more an 1850’s railroad maintenance shed that’s been converted to a diner and then years later transported—complete with railroad lanterns and corrugated metal roof—into the … Continue Reading

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Tasty Tuesday : Imp and Nada

Should you be enjoying a tasty adult beverage late in the evening during a festive weekend on NE Alberta, should you be looking to get some good food after imbibing, an empanada or sandwich from the Imp And Nada food … Continue Reading

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Tasty Tuesday : Peaches Ready Spaghetti

What do you do as a hungry, not-a-lot-of-cash college student, looking to get some good food but, you’re not a cook? You call Mom of course. Because Mom knows how to make satisfying food on a budget. While attending U … Continue Reading

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Tasty Tuesday : Maine Street Lobster Company

What is one way you tell when you’ve suceeded as a food cart in Portland? Your customers call you and demand to know why you’re not open. According to Cathy Evanson and David Beavers (Go Seminoles!) of the Maine Street Continue Reading

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Tasty Tuesday : Midwest Pizza Co.

Who cooks with automotive parts? Authentic Detroit pizza makers that’s who. In the Fifties pizza chefs in Detroit rather than use the typical square Sicilian pizza pans, repurposed auto parts trays to bake their pizzas. Midwest Pizza Company also uses … Continue Reading

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Tasty Tuesday : The Fry Guy

A local Portland chef is taking that American staple of fast food, French fries, back to its roots by way of Canada. Quebec, Canada to be precise. Who is this chef? He’s known as The Fry Guy.

The Fry Guy’s … Continue Reading

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Tasty Tuesday – Buki PDX

Takoyaki is a Japanese street food (imagine a cross between a corn dog and a ping pong ball) favored by those who’ve, well, imbibed a bit more than is considered reasonable. Buki PDX brings this favorite late-evening snack to the … Continue Reading