'Feast Portland' on Serious Eats

The Art of Clamming: An Illustrated Guide

I grew up in landlocked Chicago, where clamming is not exactly a popular pastime. So when I was offered the chance to go clamming in Oregon, I jumped. The great outdoors? Check. Fresh seafood? Check. A rare opportunity to wear full-body waders in public? I was totally in. More

We Eat Everything at Feast Portland's Night Market

What happens when some of the best chefs in the country are instructed to make bite-sized portions of internationally-inspired street food? Feast Portland's Night Market. One of the marquee events of Feast, the open-air festival is an opportunity for a mix of local (such as Naomi Pomery of Beast and Expatriate) and national (hello, Christina Tosi of Momofuku Milkbar) restaurants to bring their take on street food to throngs of ravenous attendees. More

Feast Portland Festival: Going Upscale with High Comfort

High Comfort featured chefs local and from afar, and from restaurants that are long-established (Portland's Paley's Place) to brand new (Napa's The Thomas). With permission to experiment, some chefs went "simple" with upscale versions of potato pancakes and Oreo cookies. Others did dishes that delivered double-takes, like a breakfast cereal and noodles both made out of pork. And in an apparent thumbing of the nose to California, there was a lot of foie gras. More

Feast Portland Festival: We Eat all the Sandwiches at the Sandwich Invitational

Pork and bread ruled the day, with meaty offerings making it a challenge to eat all 15 sandwiches at the Feast Portland event. But with creativity encouraged, there was a wide variety of bread and fillings. Most restaurants were from the Portland area, though some were from further afield, including Aaron Franklin from Austin's Franklin Barbecue, and Ace of Cakes personality Duff Goldman from Charm City Cakes. More

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