School teachers by day, kraut delivery cyclists the rest of the time
It's been said here before: sauerkraut is the new kimchi, and Local Culture is proof this trend is still hot.
Thai Thai is gone, but don't worry—you can still order Thai food from that same location on Bend's Mt. Washington Drive.
The mysterious dark ale that took over Washington
Beer from the Pacific Northwest has a certain reputation, and that reputation involves hops.
Fewer than 1 percent of distilleries in the U.S. are owned by women, but Freeland Spirits is aiming to change that ratio with a new craft distillery in Portland.
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.
Holiday happiness may be a caterer away
D o you love spending time in a warm kitchen cooking and baking during the holidays?
There's a new restaurant open on Galveston.
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.
You may have noticed that the Shred Town food cart is no longer next to Aspect Board shop on Galveston Avenue.
The Suttle Lake Lodge isn't just for summer fun; the resort is offering plenty of reasons to visit during the winter.
Bad news: We're talking holiday stuff already. Good news: It's about pie
I s pie popular at your holiday table?
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.
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.
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.
M ichele Morris has worked for world champion chefs in Las Vegas and taught at the college level for over nine years.