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COVID-19 Will Forever Change the Food Industry

Can we help our food community?
Earlier this month I was wondering why we don't have any cheese makers in Central Oregon and bummed that our young local baker, Reggie Strom, didn't win "Kids Baking Championship" on the Food Network. I thought for sure he was going to get the title; he won three episodes, plus his skills were on point.

2020 Takeout: A Central Oregon Guide to Pickup and Delivery

We've been working like mad to bring you this full directory to every place we know offering takeout or delivery. It's here!
It's here people: Our much-awaited, constantly updated directory of places open for delivery or takeout during this weird spring of 2020. ⇓⇓ Click the image to see all the updated takeout/delivery listings. ⇓⇓

Planting Seeds for the Future... or Just Dreaming of Spring

In a time when everything is rooted at home, it's a good time to start planning your future food forest
My first seed catalog of 2020 arrived in late November. The timing could not have been better.

Meet your Farmer Dinner

5th Annual Meet Your Farmer dinner, hosted by Central Oregon Locavore
Central Oregonians have another chance to connect with the farmers who produce their food through the 5th Annual Meet Your Farmer dinner, hosted by Central Oregon Locavore. The evening features products from Barley Beef, a group of small, family-run local farms producing hormone-free beef.

The Spirit of Collaboration

Many food & drink products are made in Central Oregon. Now, there's an organization to help them thrive
From hot sauce to dehydrated adventure meals to coffee fruit tea to toffee candy to organic nut butters, an array of food products are produced in Central Oregon. Despite the geographic challenge (over two hours to nearest metropolitan area) which contributes to distribution hurdles, among other things, local food product producers seem to agree there's an entrepreneurial spirit in the air.

Cabin 22 Expanding

"Cabin South" is set to open in Brookswood Meadow Plaza
Cabin 22, the popular bar and fire-pit spot on Bend's west side, is planning an expansion into a location on the south side. "Cabin South" is set to open in Brookswood Meadow Plaza, in the former Local Slice location on Amber Meadow Drive, off Brookswood Ave. Cabin South will offer a bar, grill and lottery, and feature small back and front patios.

Cutting Waste in Deschutes County

Learn what we can do to reduce waste in our community.
Know Future: The Future of Waste in Deschutes County Learn what we can do to reduce waste in our community.

Passion is Key Ingredient in Culinary Careers

Local female chefs, loving what they do
The most recent Data USA report shows 77.6% of chefs and head cooks are men—but it appears this traditionally male-dominated field is evolving. More than half the students at the Culinary Institute of America are now women.

Future Gardening: Dining Room to Table

Tech hits the dirt with less space, more veggies
A wheel filled with lettuce and herbs rotates and glows in my dining room. It's there because my partner backed the Kickstarter for OGarden, a technology-driven indoor gardening system from Quebec that got funded in six minutes.

C.O. Breweries Win Big at Oregon Beer Awards

Immersion takes Best Small Brewery; Boss Rambler earns Best New Brewery
Central Oregon brewers took home a host of awards at last week's Oregon Beer Awards. Best New Brewery went to Boss Rambler Beer Club of Bend, while Sunriver Brewing got a nod for its Excellence in Brewing Operations, representing Oregon's Central region.

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