Bend Nutritional Therapy teaches us how to eat better
When you're smack dab in the middle of a Snowpocalypse, it can be hard to focus on eating healthfully. As everything gets covered in feet upon feet of snow, it's hard not to want the most comforting comfort food you can get your hands on.
Maine turning into a beer powerhouse
On a tour of U.S. beer, you can't get much farther away (in miles) than this Northeast city. In terms of beer quality, however, Portland sticks close.
On a tour of U.S. beer, Philly has long been a winner
Philadelphia is a boozy town. It's been that way at least as far back as when Founding Father and craft cider nerd Benjamin Franklin wrote, "There cannot be good living where there is not good drinking."
Didn't get enough New Year in your New Year's Eve? Or do you just want a way to eat delicious authentic Chinese food in a gorgeous setting?
The best food carts the Source sampled in 2016
So many new food carts opened up in the C.O. over the last year we could hardly keep up. We missed some and some of the ones we tried might not have even been new; just new to us.
Bend's notable new restaurants of 2016
Central Oregon has more than its fair share of great eats, but in 2016, a handful of new places rose to the top. Immersion Brewing took Bend's brew pub scene to the next level with a Brew-It-Yourself experience and a menu that goes beyond normal pub food, including items such as steak and frites, ahi poke and pan-seared duck.
New styles, old standbys
The year 2016 will go down as a year where the far-out varieties of the past are now indispensable. Wild fermentation and sour farmhouse ales used to be the domain of just a few outfits; now most craft joints will have at least some kind of kettle sour.
Festive feasts and where to find them
The dog doesn't have to "accidentally" eat the turkey for you to feel justified in taking your loved ones out to a restaurant to eat this holiday. If the idea of planning, preparing, serving, and then cleaning up after feeding family and friends sounds more like a work day than a holiday, then we have festive dining options that are guaranteed to leave everyone's appetites satisfied and their spirits merry and bright.
With greenhouses and trellising systems, Novicky's Farm offers Central Oregonians the option of fresh, locally-grown tomatoes longer than some other farmers in the area. Today though, Novicky's—formerly Victoria's Veggies—is at risk of losing its land.
The stout of Oregon is back, with new variants
Can't see your car under the snow? Must be time for The Abyss.
Bend is covered in soup, and it's the perfect time to try some
We all like soup. It's OK. Nothing to be embarrassed about.