If some winemakers have it their way, chardonnay will win out as the white wine most closely identified with Oregon.

Mmm, pears. Around here they’re picked in summer – and they taste spectacular grilled alongside that steak – but pears seem more suited to autumn meals and desserts. Something about the way they go with cinnamon, I guess.
“Brunch is cheerful, sociable and inciting,” wrote Guy Beringer in Britain’s 1895 Hunter’s Weekly, in an article titled “Brunch: A Plea.” “It is talk-compelling. It puts you in a good temper, it makes you satisfied with yourself and your fellow beings, it sweeps away the worries and cobwebs of the week.”
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For decades, California’s small farmers, fishers and purveyors of artisanal foods have had no better champion than Alice Waters, the much-honored chef, restaurateur, food activist and cookbook author who opened her legendary Chez Panisse restaurant in Berkeley in 1971. It’s generally agreed that she has redefined our approach to what we eat, where we source it and how we cook it. Fittingly, she is widely known as “the mother of American food.”
After years of modest growth, Hot City Pizza has blown up in the past 24 months, becoming a beloved hole-in-the-wall destination for good pizza and amazing beer.
With Halloween creeping up fast, pumpkins are starting to show up at supermarkets all over town.

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