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  • More National Food Day Fun

    PUBLISHED Mar 15, 2018

    This month we continue with more 'National Food Day Fun' from last month's blog. We looked for the weird and fun when selecting these days. We hope you enjoy! July 2 - Canned Luncheon Meat Day In the USA, Spam is probably most popular in Hawaii. It’s used in Sushi (Spam Musubi) and there are more varieties ... Read more ›

  • 6 Weird National Food Days

    PUBLISHED Feb 15, 2018

    These days there's a 'National Day of' for almost everything. While some of these special days go overboard, we at Dining Out In The NorthWest feel that everyday is good to celebrate food. Here are a few of our favorite National Food Days. This is an opportunity to try a new food, a new restaurant or a new ... Read more ›

  • Smoked Pork Belly on a ‘Triple C’ Waffle (Cheddar, Chives & Cornmeal)

    PUBLISHED Aug 08, 2017

    With its rich texture and flavor, pork belly continues to be popular with diners and home chefs alike. Combine it with a waffle made with cheddar, chives and cornmeal and you've created something fun and delicious that you and your family will love. And, be sure to watch for pork belly on restaurant menus for a rich treat. Restaurants ... Read more ›

  • Korean Fire Sliders Recipe

    PUBLISHED Apr 22, 2016

    If you like spicy food then our latest recipe is for you! These Korean Fire Sliders contain two especially fiery ingredients - Sriracha and Kimchee. Sriracha is a delicious hot sauce made from a paste of chili peppers, distilled vinegar, garlic, sugar, and salt. Sriracha continues to be a hit in the United States. Kimchee is considered to be ... Read more ›

  • Fresh Pear & Hazelnut Salad Recipe

    PUBLISHED Oct 07, 2015

    It's turned to Fall in the Northwest and with the change in seasons comes fresh and locally harvested pears. Pears are Oregon’s official state fruit, and Oregon ranks second in the nation in pear production. Oregon's main growing regions are in Hood River Valley in north central Oregon and Rogue River Valley in southern Oregon. Pears are ... Read more ›

  • New Crop Apple Curry Chicken Recipe

    PUBLISHED Sep 14, 2015

    Fall is just about here, and with it comes delicious new crop apples and pears. In this video from our archives, Chef Scott Neuman shows a couple of his favorite recipes including Apple Curry Chicken. Watch the video and then find the recipe below. https://youtu.be/FW8C1tc2cyo Apple Curry Chicken Ingredients 2 + cups water 1 Tbsp. light, unsalted butter 1 + cups rice 2/3 cup all-purpose ... Read more ›

  • Street Tacos Recipe - 2015 Bite of Oregon

    PUBLISHED Aug 13, 2015

    Our Chef Tim McDonald presented this delicious Street Taco recipe at the 2015 Bite of Oregon. Chef Tim says it 'tastes fan-frikkin-tastic.' Pork Al Pastor Yields: 60 FLOZ Ingredients: 1 OZ: SPICE CUMIN SEED WHL toasted 8 OZ: PINEAPPLE WHOLE chopped 2 FLOZ: HERBS OREGANO de stemmed 4 FLOZ: VINEGAR APPLE CIDER 50 GRAIN 8 OZ: GARLIC PLD WHL 5 LB: ONIONS WHT JMBO SACK diced 4 OZ: BASE ANCHO CHILI CONC 14 OZ: PEPPERS CHIPOTLE W/ADOBO SCE 32 OZ: JUICE ... Read more ›

  • Top 8 Portland Macaroni & Cheeses

    PUBLISHED Mar 18, 2015

    Macaroni and Cheese is not just for kids! This crowd pleaser continues to take on more variation and sophistication. Take a look at our Portland area favorites. Bucket Brigade Sports Bar & Restaurant/Portland – The Bucket Brigade’s Mac & Cheese starts with sautéing onions, mushrooms and jalapenos. Then they add chicken stock, heavy whip, cheese sauce, ... Read more ›

  • Prime Rib for the Holidays

    PUBLISHED Dec 15, 2014

    With the season of sharing and giving upon us, it is fitting that we bring forth our favorite recipe for Prime Rib, the number one roast for this season, and one of the best cuts of meat you can buy. Prime Rib is usually cooked in a standing position with the ribs stacked vertically with the layer ... Read more ›

  • Beer Bacon Jam

    PUBLISHED Aug 28, 2014

    Bacon has always been a favorite on its own or in a recipe, but now you can spread it with Beer Bacon Jam! The uses for Bacon Jam are practically endless. Here’s a few to get you started…  Hamburgers, sandwiches, potato salad, asparagus, fresh tomatoes, grilled cheese, crackers and cheese, spinach salad, fresh garden peas, scrambled ... Read more ›