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May 28, 2020

Everything changed for Joy Church this past March. And not just because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Joy's house burned down, just as area restaurants and businesses began to shut down.

In this episode of Right at the Fork, Chris catches up with Joy to talk about her life, how's she's handled a catastrophic event, and when...

May 21, 2020

Lyf Gildersleeve is our guest for another two-part interview.  We sat down with Lyf to talk about opening his new Flying Fish restaurant just weeks after opening the doors in late February, in which we hear what it took to make the move to a brick and mortar restaurant and market. 

Since that interview was just prior to...

May 14, 2020

It's the second part of our conversation with Chef Philippe Boulot of Multnomah Athletic Club.

Part 2 was recorded March 9th, 2020, just days before the travel ban took place in response to COVID-19 and about a week before most restaurants shut down for dine-in service.  This episode dives deeper into his chef and...

May 12, 2020

Chef Philippe Boulot of Multnomah Athletic Club joins us for a two part interview, bookshelving the COVID-19 pandemic.  This first part was conducted via phone on April 28, 2020, six weeks after part 1.  Here, we talk about how the pandemic has affected the MAC, and what Chef Boulot sees as some of the changes in the...

May 8, 2020

It's a classic episode of Right at the Fork to kick of May, as Cort and Chris are able to catch up with each other on the podcast for the first time. The power of Zoom!

One of Portland's best known chefs is back, Gregory Gourdet of Departure, to talk about his journey to being sober. 

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