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Baked with Love

Baked with Love

A passion for baking and work-life balance inspired Farmhouse Pies
Just east of Bend sits a 1970s farmhouse on a 3-acre plot, complete with chickens, horses, goats, dogs, cats, a small garden and the cottage kitchen of Annie Skelton, owner of Farmhouse Pies. You may have noticed her brightly colored teal camper at various farmers markets around Central Oregon, where her homemade pies sell out before the markets end.

A Grand Opening for 9th Street Village

The folks behind the community at 9th Street Village are opening the doors for a grand opening celebration
You may have already checked out the offerings at Bevel Craft Brewing or may have taken a class at DIY Cave—but this weekend, the folks behind the community at 9th Street Village are opening the doors for a grand opening celebration. Get a tour of Bevel Craft Brewing or the Griffin coworking space, see demos by DIYCave or grab some food from one of the six carts on the site—including Southern food from the Southern Accent cart; tacos, nachos and tortas from Taqueria El Nava; eclectic street food and homemade pickles and ferments from Nosh; burgers, subs and gyros from The Grill; baked goods from Brown's Basics or coffee from Industrial Joe's.

A Japan-Inspired Eatery

It used to be the space housing La Magie Bakery and Cafe—but now an entirely new concept is moving in
It used to be the space housing La Magie Bakery and Cafe—but now an entirely new concept is moving in. Chomp Chomp, as described on the space's Instagram page, is a "neighborhood drinking house offering a seasonal menu of Japanese and American comfort food dishes intended to be shared among friends."

It's Matsutake Season!

What's better than wild, fresh mushrooms?
What's better than wild, fresh mushrooms? Wild, fresh mushrooms you harvested yourself.

Plant-Based Fast Food

Source writers eat their way through the chains rolling out meatless 'meat' options
Every week, this column is dedicated to telling the stories of Central Oregon food producers and restauranteurs, filling our eager bellies with delicious, locally crafted fare. But for just one week, we hit up a few of the many fast food drive-thru chains making the pivot to meatless burgers.

Family Meals Month: A Push to Eat at Home

Food Marketing Institute Foundation kicks off Family Meals Month
September is a time of re-focusing and a slowing down of the activities calendar—and for a lot of families, it means tightening up the belt on all those meals on the go. That also means it's an ideal time for a national organization to kick off Family Meals Month—a push to get families to eat at least one more meal at home each month.

Brown Owl Expanding

The popular food-cart-meets-bar in The Box Factory is making more room for its growing base of customers
The Brown Owl, the popular food-cart-meets-bar in The Box Factory, is making more room for its growing base of customers. Owner Lisandro Ramon has leased the space just west of the Brown Owl's current location to expand, adding 1,400 square feet to the current footprint.

Rocking the Ramen

Miyagi breaks into the niche market of Japanese pulled noodles in the fast-evolving Box Factory
The day after Miyagi Ramen's grand opening, I made sure to park myself outside of the restaurant around 10:30 a.m., half an hour prior to opening time. I wanted to be the first one in on their second day open to get a feel for the most anticipated new restaurant in Central Oregon this summer.

A New Venture: Left Coast Burger Company

New burger spot in the Cascade Village Shopping Center coming soon
The Brown Owl's owner, Lisandro Ramon, is at work on opening a new burger spot in the Cascade Village Shopping Center, in the former Yo Wild frozen yogurt space.

Bledsoe Family Winery Open in the Box Factory

The offerings in The Box Factory in Bend continue to get more extensive
The offerings in The Box Factory in Bend continue to get more extensive. Next up: Wine.

From Rock 'n Roll to Carts 'n Pods

The Podski food cart lot expands with a new 1,000-square-foot building
The Podski was never intended to be a food cart lot. In fact, it started with Mikel Lomsky's dream of being a rock star.

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  • Re: A Japan-Inspired Eatery

    • I heard the owner is a Japanese guy whos moving to Bend?! How cool would…

    • on September 12, 2019
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    • Cultural Appropriation.

    • on September 12, 2019
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    • Dont forget about BOARD! Were Bends mobile grazing station building charcuterie boards...located at The Podski!

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