'Oregon' on Serious Eats

The Best Northwest Ciders

Think 'Pacific Northwest' when you're thirsty, and you'll likely picture hops. Or coffee, perhaps, or rain. What you're probably not thinking about is apples. But about 100 miles north of hoptopia's famed Yakima Valley is another valley—the Wenatchee Valley—where a different bumper crop is fueling the Northwest bar scene. Here, one of America's oldest drinks may just be the next big thing. Here are our favorites from a blind tasting of 3 dozen ciders from the Pacific Northwest. More

The Best Bakeries for Cookies in Portland

When it comes to cookies, Bridgetown can hold its own. From delicate French macarons to hefty oatmeal cookies that are almost substantial enough to qualify as breakfast, you can find a cookie to satisfy every craving. Read on to discover our favorite bakeries (and what to buy there). More

Portland Cheap Eats: 10 Great Dishes Under $10

For those looking to dine on the cheap, Portland's countless food carts provide an obvious solution. But there's also no shortage of sit-down places with stellar dishes for under $10. Good value can be found all over the city, including table-side at some of Portland's most celebrated restaurants. In fact, the difficulty isn't in seeking out bargains, but rather narrowing down the bounty of options. Here are ten of our favorites. More

First Look: Broder Nord in Portland, OR

We pay a visit to Portland's recently opened Broder Nord, featuring Swede-inspired cuisine. The menu, identical to that of the SE Broder location, highlights daily lefse (flatbread with various savory and sweet fillings), baked eggs, hashes studded with smoked seafood and seasonal vegetables, and Swedish-inspired charcuterie boards with piles of house-cured gravalax, and tiny jars of yogurt and granola. More

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

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