When to Say No to Holiday Cooking

When to Say No to Holiday Cooking

Holiday happiness may be a caterer away
D o you love spending time in a warm kitchen cooking and baking during the holidays?

Chow Features

 

Thanksgiving Dinner is Served! Restaurants that will cook for you on Thursday

While many of us are going to be slaving over stoves, stuffing, brining or the always fun deep-frying our butterball turkeys this Thursday, there are options for those who don't feel like sticking their hands in the cavity of a 20-pound bird or cutting up the neck to stew some gravy. For all of you who would rather have a skilled chef prepare your fixins, here's a list of restaurants serving Thanksgiving Dinner, courtesy of Visit Bend.

Little Bites

Piloting New Beer

Looking into Deschutes' new test brew system
I n the brewing industry, a "pilot system" usually refers to a small brew setup, run separately from the company's main system, used to create smaller batches of beer.

Micro: Beer & Drink

Shred Town Gone, Say Hello to Grilled Cheese

You may have noticed that the Shred Town food cart is no longer next to Aspect Board shop on Galveston Avenue.

Little Bites

Celebrate the Holidays at Suttle Lake with Guest Chef Dinners

The Suttle Lake Lodge isn't just for summer fun; the resort is offering plenty of reasons to visit during the winter.

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Order 'Em Early, Pass 'Em Off as Your Own?

Bad news: We're talking holiday stuff already. Good news: It's about pie
I s pie popular at your holiday table?

Chow Features

It's Official: Humm Kombucha to Build East Coast Facility

Spreading the Bend love eastside
Humm Kombucha is expanding and bringing a 100,000-square-foot facility and approximately 50 jobs to the City of Roanoke, Va.

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Joining the Club

In local beer, membership has its privileges
I t's Saturday afternoon and the largest craft-beer bottle share event in Bend is underway off Century Drive.

Micro: Beer & Drink

The Next Big Thing in Coffee?

Local company claims to be the best instant coffee in the world
O nce upon a time, Kent Sheridan couldn't find a decent cup of instant on the market. At the time, besides the basic instant brands such as Folgers or Taster's Choice, there was only Starbucks VIA.

Chow Features

Cooking School Needs Help to Open Its Doors

M ichele Morris has worked for world champion chefs in Las Vegas and taught at the college level for over nine years.

Little Bites

A Trip to the Cider Farm

Washington's Finnriver is a delightful excursion
T he concept of a farmhouse or estate brewery isn't new—places such as Logsdon in Hood River, Wolves and People in Newberg and Agrarian Ales in Eugene are local examples.

Micro: Beer & Drink

Ban Vs Food: Centurion Chicken

Source staffers eat 100 chicken wings and no one knows why
Disclaimer: Fifty chickens were harmed in the making of this story.

Chow Features

Empty Bowls Feeds Hungry Locals

NeighborImpact is hosting its 16th Annual Empty Bowls fundraising event on Nov. 12, and tickets are going fast!

Little Bites

Rainy Skies, Hoppy Glasses

Bellingham, Wash., follows in Bend's path
I t's a typically rainy fall afternoon at Structures Brewing in Bellingham, Wash., and a native of Vancouver, B.C. is there, berating his city's brewing scene.

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