July 17th "The Portland, Oregon Chef's Table" written by Laurie and photographed by her husband, Bruce Wolf.
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it may not be the norm, but man it is the bomb
It actually was the perfect size for a satisfying and delicious bunch of bites.
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I loved the addition of jam, it was not a terribly sweet one. A friend tried it with an orange marmalade and said it was absolutely great.
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There is a bakery in Portland, Alder, that makes individual Kouign Amann. I was blown away when I saw it, I had only read about it before this sighting. What a buttery, phenomenal treat. And in addition to this hard to find magnificence, Alder has wonderful gelato. All flavors are terrific, but the sesame blew me away. Kind of like ice cream halvah. And the chocolate with orange blossom made me want to curl up and cry from deliciousness overdose.
and another thing. This bakery makes wonderful chewy chocolate chip cookies, all the bread is totally rad, the chocolate pound cake crazy good, and they make a damn good cup of coffee.
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I also love that the sandwich is made to order and everything is the perfect temperature to bring out the best of each ingredient. Too cold and it has no taste