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Our Table Cooperative • Oregon's Newest Snack Food • All About Salt • Aquaponics • Making Miso and more Edible Tidbits • The Redd

Help, Raf!

Why don't we have root cellars in the Pacific Northwest? And what do I do with my recently harvested potatoes, onions, and apples?

Lentil dal at its best

A look inside the mind of our favorite recipe writer, Ellen Jackson, reveals a traditional Indian cooking technique that takes homemade dal to new heights.

Have You Heard?

On the podcast: Catherine McNeur, author of “Taming Manhattan,” tells a story about her move to Portland and the urban livestock she encounters, and places it in the context of the “pig riots” during Manhattan’s infancy as a city.



Good Food, Good Living

An ex-Microsoft executive hatches a new business model to help small-scale, sustainable farmers thrive.

The Story of the Super-Fantastical Pear Puff Machine

A farmer and inventor collaborate to transform damaged pears into the next hottest snack.

Avant Garden: Leaves and Fishes

An enterprising gardener multiplies her harvest with fish.

Ask Raf: The Salt Shakedown

Raf weighs in on the age-old questions of salt.

Pssst: Mind Snacks and Musings

Carolyn White tells all on finding wild foods, making miso, and growing chocolate.

Editor’s Note

Introducing our new food project, The Redd on Salmon Street, and paying homage to Ecotrust’s eight years of storytelling through Edible Portland magazine.


Learning from the history of Japanese American farm labor camps.


Shockingly Good Raab

How to cook spring’s first bouquet.

Annotated Recipe: Traditional Tadka

A look inside the mind of our favorite recipe writer reveals a traditional Indian cooking technique that takes homemade dal to new heights.

Truffled Hollandaise

Already decadent hollandaise becomes even more outrageous, and is all the better for it.

Lentil Recipes

Lentils are the ultimate comfort food. These three recipes will satisfy your soul.

Scrambled Eggs with Cherry Tomatoes and Harissa

This paste of chiles and spices originally from Tunisia is smoky and versatile. Here, it’s slathered on eggs.

Jerk Chicken

Peppers are the star in this classic islander preparation for mouth-burning chicken.

Nasturtium Capers

These faux capers make use of the surplus of pods that nasturtium flowers produce late in the season. They are fat, salty, and delicious.


Podcast: Building Terraces with Weston Miller

Weston Miller, assistant professor of Consumer Horticulture with OSU Extension, talks about the challenges and rewards of farming on a steep hill in the Santa Cruz Mountains of California.

Podcast: The Undefinable Sisters with Liz Calderon and Linda Colwell

This is the first episode of our experimental new segment, I Want to Know What You Know. In it, Liz Calderon interviews Linda Colwell about what it means to be undefinable, the impulse to say “yes,” engaging kids in cooking, cow’s tongues, and more.

Podcast: Dignified Dining with Kris Soebroto

Kris Soebroto of Sisters of the Road talks about how powerful it can be to have the ability to give someone a gift.

Podcast: Going Bananas with Nicola Twilley

Nicola Twilley, author and co-host of the podcast Gastropod, talks about the sights, sounds, and smells behind the scenes at a banana ripening facility in New York.

Podcast: Mapping Connections with Jocelyn Tutak

Jocelyn Tutak, GIS Analyst at Ecotrust, talks about developing a relationship with food and her sorbet that one the Underground Airwaves Experimental Ice Cream Social.

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