It all started at Fireside when I saw a “pickle plate” on the menu. Having a mother who cans her own pickles, I was often able to use the vinegar and dill soaked home made gold, as a bartering chip to secure my after bar popularity in college…thanks Rhonda!
However, when the plate arrived, it wasn’t pickles, but instead a variety of pickled objects…some of which we were unable to identify. From that point forward, we started to pay attention to the frequency in which “pickled” was on the menu. Which was more often than you’d think!
Portland had some of the most unique food combinations I’ve ever had and I hope this blog inspires you to try some of these concoctions for yourself!Continue reading
This was a trip favorite. Between the 4 of us we consumed 7 of these in approximately 2 hours. Made with gin, beet juice, lime, and simple syrup, this cocktail tastes like a Christmas themed garden party. My friends, Lisa, Jenna, and Nellie subbed in vodka instead of gin, which really emphasized the beet juice.Continue reading
I need to be honest… I had every intention of taking a photo of my Salt & Straw ice cream, but once I had a bite I, physically, had no ability to think of anything else besides savoring it…so I left empty handed.
In an attempt to right my wrong and in the name of research, I decided to “take one for the team” and I may or may not have gone back and ordered two more flavors only to succumb to ice cream trance deja vu and leave, once again, with a full belly and an empty camera roll.
Basically, what I’m saying is that these ice cream photos are from Salt & Straw’s website and I’m sorry if you feel betrayed, but i mean….it’s ice cream…that’s a judgement free zone, right?Continue reading