The Tap and Growler is bringing together two rock stars of the local wine and beer scene in for a Wine vs. Beer Food Pairing Event: Jonathan Scott Oberlander of J. Scott Cellars and Matt Van Wyk of Oakshire Brewing, and pairing their beverages with food from Noisette Pastry Kitchen. Check it out:
Feb 28 2014 | Posted in Announcements
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Jump on this opportunity to enjoy some of the gems from Ghost Hill Cellars. Taking place on February 20, beginning at 6 pm at the Campbell House, join Ghost Hill Cellars winemaker, Rebecca Pittock Shouldis, for a fabulous dinner.
Laughing Planet Cafe’s approach to the food they serve is to get the food from farm to plate as quickly as possible. Whether it’s grass-fed beef from Carman Ranch in Wallowa, Oregon, or vegetables from farms on Sauvie Island along Oregon’s Columbia River, they support the local economy by sourcing foods from local farmers.
We eat, sip and celebrate while watching the festivities unfold in New York City’s Times Square via Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve. It’s become a tradition – one we look forward to each year. With tradition comes appetizers that are so immensely enjoyed by everyone that they must be made each year.
New gold, silver, and bronze winning beers from the 2013 Great American Beer Festival will be introduced, as well as winners from last year, at the inaugural Tap & Growler Beer Festival, which begins on Sunday, November 3 and continues through Saturday, November 9.
A wise man once said, “Only the pure in heart can make a good soup.” That wise man was Ludwig van Beethoven.
Taking a moment to discover what makes Eugene’s food taste so darn good – join me!
Started in October of 2012, HungryDucks is a online food ordering service that allows individuals in the Eugene area to sort through various takeout or delivery options. Building off a similar business model he was apart of in Colorado, Darren Rabie believes that HungryDucks will soon be a very successful business in the region.
I must admit, I really love my job. Who wouldn’t love attending fabulous food and wine events around the state of Oregon? Like I’ve said before, I’m a lucky wine gal, and I never take that for granted.
McMinnville, Oregon is in the heart of Pinot Noir country. Visiting wineries located in and around McMinnville will undoubtedly bring on a tasting or a flight of Pinot Noir – many wineries have three or more Pinots from different blocks, vineyards and vintages.