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Mar 21, 2018

Nong Poonsukwattana joins us on the podcast.  It could be argued that Nong's Kao Man Ghai is the most famous of all Portland food carts.  Nong hopes to carry the success of her carts and her first restaurant to the second brick and mortar opening up in March, 2018.   We talk to Nong about what brought her to the USA,...

Mar 14, 2018

When someone in Portland wants to throw a great party, who do they call? Quite often, it's Natalia Toral. Her work and style is associated with Maialata, Negroni Week, Shuck Portland and now she's taken her game to Enoteca Nostrana. We talk about fishing, booze, her parents' creativity, and what she learned in her...

Mar 7, 2018

Andy Kryza joins us to talk about his 14 years in Portland that included writing for Willamette Week, the Asian Reporter and Thrillist as both a local and national food editor. Andy discusses the rigors and methods of discovering and writing about five places each week that no one had yet disovered in Portland. You'll...

Feb 28, 2018

It's a classic episode of Right at the Fork, going back to January 13, 2016. 

Chef Gregory Gourdet of has rapidly become of one of Portland's most well-known chefs. He had an exciting long run on TV's Top Chef on 2015. Then he was tapped to develop a second Departure in Denver for the Sage Restaurant...

Feb 20, 2018

This episode of Right at the Fork finds Chris and Cort chatting with Eric Nelson, a veteran in the Portland bartending scene.  From books to Facebook, to Shipwreck's upcoming 4-night pop up at Chalino.

And it's a RATF first, a bartender that doesn't drink?  We'll let Eric explain that one. 

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