What to eat in an apoc-ecliptic food crisis
In case you've been living under a rock for the past couple months, the eclipse is happening this week, and the moon coming to block the sun has many of us wondering what will ensue. I know from interviewing the manager at Market of Choice that he's having trouble sleeping at night because he's not sure what's going to happen at his store.
Have you ever heard of Joel Salatin, the most famous farmer in the world?
Have you ever wondered how kombucha, that bubbly, fermented black or green tea drink, is made?
Brews to go with the week's once-in-a-lifetime theme—plus Redmond Brewfest!
Just in case this is the first piece of media readers of this column have seen all year, there's going to be a total eclipse north of Bend on Monday morning. It's a lifetime event, the first total one the US has seen since 1979, and—this being the United States, after all—companies nationwide are seeking to cash in on it.
A few tips for making the most out of this weekend's bash
F or beer fans, August will be a difficult month to go on a diet.
Local bartender rose from runner-up to winner at Bite of Bend's Bartender Brawl
R ecognize this guy?
Recipes for the trail, and why you can't trust Pinterest
How does freeze-dried chili sound for dinner?
Crater Lake Spirits embraced berry season by taking blackberries, blueberries, strawberries and raspberries from local Oregon farms and soaking them in vodka for a month.
Kobold Brewing's new taproom adds to a fun new scene
Y ear after year, Redmond is striking more of its own presence in Central Oregon, becoming much more than simply "not Bend."