Taste This! – Grass-Fed Beef from Right Lane Ranch

For this week’s culinary adventure, Donna Britt takes us to Eastern Oregon near the John Day River in the town of Kimberly. Right Lane Ranch is a place where Nate Campbell spent many childhood days at his Grandpa Tom’s ranch and home and where he and his wife, Julie, are now raising their family and grass-fed beef for all of us.

Thanks to Newport Avenue Market for the lamb skewer tutorial and also for giving us the resources to take these weekly culinary adventures. Life is short!! Eat good food! And have fun doing it!

Taste This! – A Broken Angel

In this week’s culinary adventure, Donna Britt samples the food coming out of a tiny cart behind a Bend coffee shop, and gets the story behind the delicious dishes at A Broken Angel. You can find their cart on Bond Street in Bend, behind Palate, and learn more about what they do online at abrokenangel.com.    

A special thanks to Newport Avenue Market. They give us the resources to take these weekly culinary adventures. Life is short!! Eat good food!  And have fun doing it!

 

Destination Oregon: Frite & Scoop in Astoria

If you love the culinary combination of sweet and savory, Dave Jones has the perfect place for you. For this week’s Destination Oregon, he takes us to a place called Frite & Scoop in Astoria on the Oregon Coast.

Join us every Thursday for another new edition of Destination Oregon, where Dave Jones takes you to some of the most interesting and beautiful places across our state.

Taste This! – Foundry Four Coffee + Whiskey in Prineville

In this week’s culinary adventure, Donna Britt heads to the heart of downtown Prineville, where a couple of forward-thinking fellows have saved a historic structure from the wrecking ball and gave it a new life as spirits and coffee bar, Foundry Four Coffee + Whiskey

A special thanks to Newport Avenue Market. They give us the resources to take these weekly culinary adventures.  Life is short!! Eat good food!  And have fun doing it!

Taste This! – Justy’s Jelly Kitchen

For this week’s taste this culinary adventure, Donna Britt spends some time in the Justy’s Jelly Kitchen in Redmond, tasting the delicious small batch jellies in a variety of forms.

Thanks to Justy for showing Donna around and letting her taste all those yummy jellies!

A special thanks to  Newport Avenue Market. They give us the resources to take these weekly culinary adventures.  Life is short!! Eat good food!  And have fun doing it!

Taste This! – Newport Ave. Market’s Lamb Skewers

For this week’s culinary adventure, Donna Britt is back at Newport Avenue Market to go behind-the-scenes to see how they make their famous lamb skewers, plus, Donna learns how to make a tasty sauce to go with them.

Thanks to Jeff and the gang at Newport Avenue Market for the lamb skewer tutorial and also for giving us the resources to take these weekly culinary adventures. Life is short!! Eat good food! And have fun doing it! 

Destination Oregon: The Ultimate Oregon Clam Chowder Trail

The website: Only in Your State, lists something called the Ultimate Oregon Clam Chowder Trail. When our Dave Jones caught wind of this, he immediately volunteered his Destination Oregon crew to explore this clam chowder trail along the Oregon Coast. Thanks to the folks at Pelican Brewing Company and Gracie’s Sea Hag for giving our crew a taste of the clam chowder trail.

Join us every Thursday for new edition of Destination Oregon, where Dave Jones takes you to some of the most interesting and beautiful places across our state.

Taste This! Custom Guacamole to Order at Newport Ave. Market

It’s the anniversary of the Mexican Army’s 1862 victory over French forces, but we celebrate Cinco de Mayo right here in Central Oregon. In this week’s culinary adventure, Donna Britt stops by Newport Avenue Market to sample freshly made guacamole and show off some locally made Mexican beer by Three Creeks Brewing.

Thanks to Lauren for the demo, and remember, you can stop by Newport Avenue Market Friday and Saturday afternoons for your freshly made-to-order guacamole.

A special thanks also to Joe, Jeff and the whole crew at Newport Avenue Market.  They give us the resources to take these weekly culinary adventures.  Life is short!! Eat good food!  And have fun doing it!

Taste This! – New Basin Distilling Company

He went from school superintendent to whiskey distiller. In this week’s culinary adventure, Donna Britt introduces us to one of the founders of new basin distilling company in Madras to find out exactly what goes in to their small-batch craft spirits.

Move over Kentucky! Rick Molitor is making some delicious whiskey along with their first cut vodka and stagger gin, all now available in Central Oregon liquor stores. Donna also tried their Madras mule made with their strong whiskey and fresh Madras mint.

You can stop by New Basin Distilling Tuesday through Saturday for tours and tastings and also find them online at newbasin.com

A special thanks to Newport Avenue Market, who gives us the resources to take these weekly culinary adventures. Life is short. Eat good food. And have fun doing it.

Origin Story: The Lemon Tree Restaurant in Bend

In this week’s Origin Story, Central Oregon Daily’s Allison Roecker introduces us to the chefs behind The Lemon Tree in Bend. After a life of adventure, Chef Betsy McDonald and Chef Jaclyn Perez are channeling that adventure with a menu that is internationally inspired, but locally sourced.

The Lemon Tree is located in Downtown Bend on Franklin and currently they’re only open for breakfast and lunch.

Thanks to BendBroadband Business for giving us the time and resources to tell the stories of Central Oregonians who have turned their passion into a  profession with a new edition of Origin Story every Monday on Central Oregon Daily News at five.