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Growing up Italian – Rosa Mariotti


Things I took for granted growing up Italian, have now become treasured experiences. Flavors, smells and memories, are part of my repertoire of sensory recalls I hope to share with you.

Two New Restaurants to Open Downtown

EUGENE, Ore. — More new businesses are coming to downtown Eugene. City planners say Killer Burger and a new sushi restaurant called Makoto will open soon. Killer Burger is coming to the Broadway Commerce Center, next to Sizzle Pie. The sushi restaurant is filling a space on Willamette Street, across the street from the new … Continue reading »

Family Flees Syria, Opens Corvallis Cafe

CORVALLIS, Ore – A family who fled the war zone in Syria is now bringing an international taste to the Corvallis community. In September, KEZI 9 News first spoke with the father of the family, who wishes to remain nameless, when he and his family were staying in a homeless shelter. “I had no choice,” … Continue reading »

Lime Prices Affect Local Businesses

EUGENE, Ore. — Some bars and restaurants are feeling the squeeze, now that the price of limes is soaring, and they’re passing some of the cost on to customers. Owners of The Barn Light in downtown Eugene say a case of limes used to cost $20 to $30. Now it’s closer to $130. They’ve been … Continue reading »

University of Oregon Food Drive

EUGENE, Ore. — The University of Oregon is tackling hunger in Lane County this month. The campus wide campaign is part of the annual Governor’s State Employees Food Drive. School leaders say last year they helped bring in nearly 160,000 pounds of food to Food for Lane County. The goal this year is 175,000 pounds. … Continue reading »

Food Banks Push for Tax Credits

EUGENE, Ore. — Local food banks and farmers could soon be benefiting from fresh produce donations. New legislation could provide tax credits for farmers who donate produce to local food banks, like Food for Lane County. Those supporting the legislation say it’s a win-win for both those who grow the food and those who’d be … Continue reading »

The Eugene Mission – Food Bed Gospel Restoration

Be Content message at the Eugene Mission gardens

White metal bunk bed after bunk bed after bunk bed filled the room. I tried to keep myself in check and not let the tears fall, but there was no way to contain them.

Falling Sky Delicatessen Will Now Offer Bicycle Delivery

That pastrami sandwich you’ve been craving can now be delivered to your door by an eco-friendly bike courier. Falling Sky Delicatessen, has partnered with the Cascadian Courier Collective to deliver food every day from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. according to a release. “I think it expands our customer base,” Falling Sky Owner Rob Cohen said, […]

Everyone’s A Critic and That’s Okay

Pork Confit Slider | Belly Restaurant

Recently I’ve asked myself: What dictates a “great restaurant experience?” Is it simply eating great food? What else makes us choose to eat at a particular restaurant over another? Things like atmosphere make a difference, right?

Eugene Food Scene: Not Your Ordinary Soup Kitchen


A wise man once said, “Only the pure in heart can make a good soup.” That wise man was Ludwig van Beethoven.

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