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Some dishes from the past deserve to be preserved. Caiola's has brought back just such a classic, the Hot Brown — an open-faced sandwich swathed in a delicious Mornay sauce. Read on
It might be the precursor to an active day, a way to keep the party going from the night before or a hangover cure, but whatever the reason, brunch is a key component of weekends in Portland. Here are 28 restaurants where you can do the thing right. Read on
The sweet, delicious breakfast dish we know and love as French toast did not originate in France. Food historians place its origins in medieval Europe; like many an iconic dish, it was created out of necessity and thrift. In its simplest form today, it's scented with vanilla and cinnamon, but all kinds of permutations are possible, especially when local chefs are looking to wow brunch customers. Read on
So now we know (sort of) where the drink came from. As to where it’s gone in 90-plus years, you only have to peruse local cocktail menus for modern Bloodies made with proprietary tomato juice-based concoctions and garnished with everything from barbecued ribs to tofu cubes. For your holiday weekend drinking pleasure, we rounded up a few noteworthy examples. Read on