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Right At The Fork

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Jun 21, 2017

Javier Canteras' roots are planted in Madrid, but now he's blossoming as a chef at Urdaneta, the sweet Alberta Street restaurant he owns with his wife, Jael.  He's putting out some of the most interesting food in Portland now, which was not his original goal when moving here from Oklahoma to take part in Portland's...


Jun 14, 2017

Alan Weiner joins us to tell us about his journey from a boy in Iowa to a long-time contracted NY Times photographer based in Atlanta, to Portland, where he has established himself as a premiere freelance food photographer.  Alan shares with us some of the most incredible assignments he had for the NY Times, from...


Jun 7, 2017

On the heels of the controversy set forth upon the closing of Kooks Burritos,
a "shit list" was published that listed over 60 Portland restaurants owned by white people, along with suggestions of People of Color-owned businesses that should be frequented instead.

Nick Zukin's Mi Mero Mole appeared on the list of...


Jun 5, 2017

Fried Chicken has become a thing in Portland now.  So our friend Doug Adams, whose Imperial Fried Chicken first caught the attention of the Top Chef Nation, drops in to the Right at the Fork studios to share with us a few of his favorites when it comes to dropping the bird into the fryer, and slamming it down on...


May 31, 2017

​Mike Thelin ​considers himself a champion of chefs and the bounty of Oregon.  His storied career has taken him from Scappoose, OR to New York and other continents, and now back home to Oregon, where he's in his sixth year co-producing Feast Portland.  While Mike has been a huge factor in helping promote Portland as...