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Right At The Fork

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Mar 22, 2017

Ryan Csansky is a local product who became interested in the cocktail world while working at Wildwood behind the bar.  He took the slow path to honing his craft, and now has a beautiful distillery where Aria Gin calls home on NW 23rd in Portland.

This episode of Right at the Fork is sponsored by:
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Mar 15, 2017

From an early age, Peter Cho developed an intuitive grasp of cooking from his Korean immigrant mother. In 2005, with no culinary training, Peter walked into April Bloomfield's Spotted Pig, and started his career. His latest venture, Han Oak, is a prix-fixe Korean barbecue restaurant, merging classic Korean...


Mar 14, 2017

Erik Wolf of the FoodTrekking World Conference talks about some of the most popular travel destinations if food is the main item on the docket, as well as some sleepers you may want to consider.

http://www.foodtrekkingworld.org/

This episode of Right at the Fork is sponsored by:
Zupan's Markets:...


Mar 8, 2017

We had the chance to sit down and talk with Chris DiMinno as he prepared to open the much-anticipated Jackrabbit, the next chapter in his chef life. We talk about what a large undertaking that is, how Chris Cosentino tapped him to be the chef, and how his passion for biking came about. And how many bikes does he...


Mar 1, 2017

We revisit our December, 2015 interview with Maya Lovelace of Mae.  Since this interview, Maya's Mae pop-up has become a force in Portland dining.  Tickets to her weekly dinners are scooped up in minutes.  She can now lay claim to a coveted James Beard Award nomination as Rising Star Chef in the USA.And since we...