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Right At The Fork

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Nov 22, 2017

We're joined by one of Portland's premier chefs, Nebraska bred Matt
Sigler of Renata. We talk about his path through some great San
Francisco restaurants on his way to join Nick and Sandra Arnerich in
opening Renata, which garnered the Oregonian's Restaurant of the Year status a few weeks after it opened. We hear Matt...

Nov 1, 2017

It's another classic Right at the Fork, brought to you by Ristretto Roasters.

"You know what?  I can do this."  Sage words from Clyde Common's Carlo Lamagna, who at the time, was their "new-ish" chef.

 Carlo is setting out to bring Portland a new Filipino restaurant, Magna. Check out details and a link to his...

Oct 30, 2017

It's our monthly check in with #GaryTheFoodie to see where he has been this month. Take a listen, but here's the quick list:

Coquine for Weekend Brunch
Daniel Patterson at Coquine
Pixie Retreat
Providence Medical Center on 47th and NE Glisan
Tanner Creek Tavern
Brunch at Stacked Sandwich
Community Plate
Nora Antene at...

Oct 25, 2017

What better training could a food cart operator have than to have driven military tanks? We get the lowdown on that, how Ole Latte gives back to Portland, and what the plans are from this ambitious guy in a very heartfelt podcast with Todd Edwards. 

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Oct 18, 2017

Damian Magista, who has joined us before as the founder of Bee Local Honey and Annata Cannabis, is a movie buff.  He teams with Lucas Longacre, whose work has been featured on Original Fare, among other works, to produce Food Cart.  The duo join us to discuss the genesis of the plot, the filming thereof, and what their...