King of the Mountain

Chef Jason Stoller Smith faces a myriad of challenges–and opportunities–at Timberline Lodge...

Seeds We Need

Where do your garden seeds come from? Northwest companies are cultivating seeds best suited to this place and to home gardeners’ desires for flavorful, healthy plants....

Holding Our Breath

Crab fishers and scientists work together to study the extent and impact of oxygen-deprived waters off Oregon’s coast...

Faith in Food

In Corvallis, a broad network of congregations connects underserved community members with Oregon agriculture...

You Lye!

The American soft pretzel. That huge, looped breadstick—often in a paper boat with a side of yellow mustard or nacho cheese—is our squishy interpretation of an historic German mainstay....

Whole Grains

Whole grains are the seeds of cereal grasses. Unlike refined grains—a product made from the center of the grain after the bran and germ are removed—whole grains provide a plethora of health benefits and have distinct flavors that are at once mild and full....

Organic Brothers

“We give our customers what they want at a fair price,” says Mark. “And I know service. I know what chefs want.”...

Edible Seasonals: Horseradish

Native to southeastern Europe and western Asia, where it still grows wild, horseradish was known by the Egyptians around 1500 B.C. and has symbolized the bitter herb on the Seder plate at Passover since Biblical times....