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Four ideas to avoid getting hangry over the lunch hour
Tired of the same old brown-bag lunch?

Humm Solves Alcohol Problem

Humm Kombucha has developed a proprietary fermentation process to make the first-ever verified non-alcoholic raw kombucha. Humm's new patent-pending process will improve flavor consistency while maintaining a live, raw, non-alcoholic beverage that the company says is well below the government standard of 0.5 percent alcohol by volume.

Farm to Fork Sunset Dinner

The third annual Farm to Fork Dinner and Fundraiser, benefiting Heart of Oregon Corps, is a gourmet sunset dinner at Mt. Bachelor's Pine Marten Lodge, featuring ingredients from local farms by a local chef. Tickets are $85 and include a lift ticket, appetizers, beer, dinner with wine, dessert and live music.

Boxwood Kitchen Opens Brick and Mortar

Boxwood Kitchen, a chef-inspired food delivery service featuring global cuisine, will open a brick-and-mortar location in the Old Mill District this fall, with plans for an upscale yet casual lunch and a supper club-themed dinner (high class but affordable) with beer, wine and classic cocktails.

Rawmona Always Wants to Eat Cake

It's hard not to fall in love with Rawmona.

Brick and Mortar Seeks Food Cart

Adventures at The Pancake Wagon
"Did you notice The Pancake Wagon is closed?"

Chefs Leave Mega Yachts to Open Downtown Cafe

The Lemon Tree dishes traditional global cuisine
What happens when two chefs travel the world on mega yachts then decide to plant roots in Bend?

Dessert Bar Opens at Foxtail

Move over breakfast and lunch, Foxtail Bakeshop & Kitchen is open Friday and Saturday evenings for its dessert bar.

"Run Fast. Cook Fast. Eat Slow" Book Signing and Run

Central Oregon athletes, we've found the book for you, "Run Fast.

Food Preservation Hotline Open

It can happen to anyone. You buy too many ripe strawberries so you try your hand at canning.

Wood-Fired Roasted Beans at Bohemian Roastery

Coffee beans have been roasted over fire for centuries, but modern technology has made it so almost all beans are roasted using industrial machines. Bohemian Roastery built a custom roaster so it could slow roast beans in small batches using seasoned hardwood.

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