Dec 20, 2017
In the first of our 2 part End of Year Series, we look back on the year in Portland dining with The Oregonian's Michael Russell. Our own @garythefoodie lends his prolific perspective. We talk about what took off and what didn't, who's taking risks and who can't. We delve into food carts, hotel restaurants, and how...
Dec 13, 2017
It's a CLASSIC episode of Right at the Fork (if an episode from this past April can be counted as 'classic') featuring Trent Pierce of Roe.
Trent Pierce talks about how his speakeasy style restaurant, Roe, sprung from his desire to maximize the space he had on Division, and to remake Fin. Now he embarks on re-imagining...
Dec 6, 2017
Stacey Givens, founder and chef at the Sideyard Farm, brings her boundless energy to the podcast for a return visit. We discuss her new Community Supported Kitchen, and the many activities going on at her Farm, and how her business has matured recently.
Check out the Kickstarter for the Community Supported...
Nov 29, 2017
David Briggs, chocolatier, who makes extraordinary savory chocolates in Portland, joins us to talk about his journey around the globe, through Portland's Park Kitchen to become an artisan chocolate maker. We learn of his love for and knowledge of Mezcal, and how Mexico City showcases the best of both.
Nov 27, 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:
Dessert for Dinner at Castagna
The Townsman's Matt Jennings at
Breakfast Club at Kachka
The Nightwood Society
Ava Gene's Little Italy
Castagna (King Salmon Dinner)
Tortilleria y Tienda...