The secret to making friends in Bend: Food. Lots of food.
When Jesica and Rich Carleton moved to Bend from Alaska three years ago, they only knew one person in town.
Local toffee company expands to new facility
There's great news for those with a sweet tooth.
Beer's footprint in far-out Eastern Oregon
There's not much to the town of Mitchell, Ore., nestled in the Ochoco Mountains about an hour east of Prineville.
Tumalo Creek Kayak & Canoe hosts unique cooking night
Learn how to use a heavy cast iron Dutch oven at Tumalo Creek Kayak & Canoe's Dutch Oven Night Cooking Clinic.
Founders' massive maple stout hits home
It's not often that one of the most sought-after beers in the eastern United States gets an official release in Bend, a place all about keeping it local with food and drink.
New owners bring authentic, home-cooked and all gluten-free Lao menu to Bend
When Pahlee (Lee) Bretoi and her ex-husband Daniel bought Thai Thai on the westside near Summit High School they tried to keep everything the same.
A tasty benefit raising funds for the scholarship program at Central Oregon Community College—features an evening nibbling on tasty bites from some of Bend's best restaurants while listening to live music from The High Street Band.
Get to know your farmer begins with all things beef
Deschutes Brewery and Barley Beef, a group of small family-run farms in Central Oregon, have paired up to deliver a four-course beef and beer inspired dinner.
Ahead of the new year, here's one way to plan, meticulously, the perfect pre-diet binge
Sorry to break the news to you, readers: with the holiday parties, happy hours and family gatherings, most of us have been gradually packing on extra pounds since October.
A New Year's Roundup
Noticed all the new eats in town?
New styles, new breweries, new competition
Remember when living in a city with lots of craft beer was considered unique?
Lutefisk, gelatin fish, and other stuff our families make us eat over
Picture in your mind a Norman Rockwell painting.
Two old standbys near the Cascade foothills
To visitors, the town of Ashland, Ore., about 15 miles north of the California border along Interstate 5, is known for majestic mountains, quaint old architecture and the Oregon Shakespeare Festival.
Presents that make you play with your food
It can be really hard to find gifts for home cooks.
Like the all-mighty luna, the brewery has re-emerged after renovations
Why beer from Oklahoma is worth caring about
When fans of good craft beer think about great places for the beverage of their choice, a few international hotspots come to mind.