Tess and Patrick Barr Founders of Hood Crest Winery – Episode 7 Great Food Great Stories Podcast

Great Food Great Stories Podcast

Tess and Patrick Barr Founders of Hood Crest Winery – Episode 7 Great Food Great Stories Podcast

Episode 7 of the Great Food Great Stories Podcast is here!

In this episode I visit with Tess and Patrick Barr Founders of Hood Crest Winery located in Hood River, Oregon.

The Great Food Great Stories Podcast is available on iTunes —https://itun.es/us/vqOneb.c

To listen to this episode see the SoundCloud link at the bottom of this article.

Tess and Patrick Barr Founders of Hood Crest Winery -- Episode 7 Great Food Great Stories Podcast

During our visit we talked about how Tess and Patrick first met, what led them from Port Townsend, Washington to Hood River, Oregon and how they started Hood Crest Winery.

We also enjoy a number of Hood Crest wines and talk about Tess’ approach to making wine.

Tess and Patrick Barr Founders of Hood Crest Winery -- Episode 7 Great Food Great Stories Podcast

Tess and Patrick Barr Founders of Hood Crest Winery -- Episode 7 Great Food Great Stories Podcast    Tess and Patrick Barr Founders of Hood Crest Winery -- Episode 7 Great Food Great Stories Podcast

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Tess and Patrick Barr Founders of Hood Crest Winery -- Episode 7 Great Food Great Stories Podcast   Tess and Patrick Barr Founders of Hood Crest Winery -- Episode 7 Great Food Great Stories Podcast

Tess and Patrick Barr Founders of Hood Crest Winery -- Episode 7 Great Food Great Stories Podcast

The Great Food Great Stories Podcast is brought to you by Portland Culinary Radio, and is generally recorded at Culmination Brewing Company. This episode was recorded at Hood Crest Winery. Steven Shomler is your host.

Many thanks to Ken Wilson the Media Maestro for his amazing engineering and editing!

 

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pFriem Family Brewers Dinner at Altabira City Tavern

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pFriem Family Brewers Dinner at Altabira City Tavern

Last week I attended the pFriem Family Brewers Dinner at Altabira City Tavern and I was blown away by how wonderful the experience was.

I knew that the beer would be fantastic; I have been following Josh pFriem since before he was a chapter in my second book Portland Beer Stories. I expected a good meal, however I was not prepared for how excellent the night would be.

From beginning to end, from reception to dessert, the entire evening was delightful.

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The setting, the service, the food, getting to hear from both Josh pFriem and from chef de cuisine Luis Escorcia, during each of the courses, every component added another layer to savor.

Altabira is passionate about craft beer and they regularly host beer dinners like the one that I attended. I encourage you to attend one sometime soon. You will not be disappointed.

Below is a photo centric account of my evening to give you sense of that kind of night you will have when you attend an Altabira Beer Dinner.

pFriem Family Brewers Dinner at Altabira City Tavern Great Food Great Stories by Steven Shomler

Reception

The evening began with a glass of pFriem Wit and 3 delectable appetizers — Dungeness crab deviled eggs, Avocado toast, lime, cilantro, and Braised short rib & horseradish crostini.

I know that I have had a good meal when a few days later I am still thinking about it. I suspect that 6 months from now I will still be wanting more of these three appetizers. They were so good!

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pFriem Family Brewers Dinner at Altabira City Tavern Great Food Great Stories by Steven Shomler

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pFriem Family Brewers Dinner at Altabira City Tavern Great Food Great Stories by Steven Shomler

First Course

Our first course was a pFriem Pilsner paired with Diver scallop crudo with pickled sea beans, chorizo bread crumbs, and a parsley pesto.

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pFriem Family Brewers Dinner at Altabira City Tavern Great Food Great Stories by Steven Shomler

pFriem Family Brewers Dinner at Altabira City Tavern Great Food Great Stories by Steven Shomler

Second Course 

Our second course was a pFriem Belgian Strong Blonde that was cleverly paired with a Mixed Chicories Caesar Salad, topped with Spanish anchovy. pFriem’s Belgian Strong Blonde in one of my favorite pFriem beers and I loved how well this beer worked with the salad!

pFriem Family Brewers Dinner at Altabira City Tavern Great Food Great Stories by Steven Shomler

pFriem Family Brewers Dinner at Altabira City Tavern Great Food Great Stories by Steven Shomler

pFriem Family Brewers Dinner at Altabira City Tavern Great Food Great Stories by Steven Shomler

pFriem Family Brewers Dinner at Altabira City Tavern Great Food Great Stories by Steven Shomler

Third Course

The third course brought together a pFriem Belgian Strong Dark and an Oxtail and beef tongue stew, with turnips, acorn squash, cipollini onions served inside of a squash. Upon devouring this dish, of my dining companions, who loved that our “bowl” was a squash said “I never want another bread bowl again.”

I also loved that our “bowl’ was a squash and better yet the richness of the stewed worked very well with the complex flavors in the Belgian Strong Dark.

pFriem Family Brewers Dinner at Altabira City Tavern Great Food Great Stories by Steven Shomler

pFriem Family Brewers Dinner at Altabira City Tavern Great Food Great Stories by Steven Shomler

pFriem Family Brewers Dinner at Altabira City Tavern Great Food Great Stories by Steven Shomler

Dessert

Dessert was brilliant! A pFreim Oude Kriek and an Apple and quince tartin with cherry sauce. While each of the beer/food pairings were very good, this was my favorite. It was darn near perfect.

pFriem Family Brewers Dinner at Altabira City Tavern Great Food Great Stories by Steven Shomler

pFriem Family Brewers Dinner at Altabira City Tavern Great Food Great Stories by Steven Shomler

pFriem Family Brewers Dinner at Altabira City Tavern Great Food Great Stories by Steven Shomler

pFriem Family Brewers Dinner at Altabira City Tavern Great Food Great Stories by Steven Shomler

pFriem Family Brewers Dinner at Altabira City Tavern Great Food Great Stories by Steven Shomler

pFriem Family Brewers Dinner at Altabira City Tavern Great Food Great Stories by Steven Shomler

pFriem Family Brewers Dinner at Altabira City Tavern Great Food Great Stories by Steven Shomler

pFriem Family Brewers Dinner at Altabira City Tavern Great Food Great Stories by Steven Shomler

Many thanks to everyone who had a hand in this stupendous meal!

Cheers,

Steven Shomler

I am Steven Shomler I write about the great food and the great stories that I come across on my culinary adventures!

Steven Shomler Eunice 2014

pFriem Family Brewers Dinner at Altabira City Tavern Great Food Great Stories by Steven Shomler

pFriem Family Brewers Dinner at Altabira City Tavern Great Food Great Stories by Steven Shomler

pFriem Family Brewers Dinner at Altabira City Tavern Great Food Great Stories by Steven Shomler

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The Wedge – Portland Celebrates Cheese! — Episode 6 Great Food Great Stories Podcast

Great Food Great Stories Podcast

The Wedge – Portland Celebrates Cheese! — Episode 6 Great Food Great Stories Podcast

Episode 6 of the Great Food Great Stories Podcast is here!

In this episode I visit with Katie Bray Executive Director of the Oregon Cheese Guild, Sasha Davies Co-Founder of both Cyril’s Restaurant and Clay Pigeon Winery, and Cory Mcguire the Cheesemonger at the University Park New Seasons on N Lombard St, Portland.

The Great Food Great Stories Podcast is available on iTunes —https://itun.es/us/vqOneb.c

To listen to this episode see the SoundCloud link at the bottom of this article.

The Wedge - Portland Celebrates Cheese! -- Episode 6 Great Food Great Stories Podcast

 

The four of us have a delightful time previewing the 2016 edition of The Wedge – Portland Celebrates Cheese! event happening Saturday Oct 1st, 2016 here in Portland, Oregon at the Green Dragon Bistro and Brew Pub (and surrounding streets) at SE 9th and Belmont.

Episode 6 of the Great Food Great Stories Podcast is here!

In this episode we cover what the Wedge is and what you can find when you attend, the wonderful Master Classes they offer each year at the Wedge, and the Cheesemaker Dinner happening Friday evening September 30th @ Cyril’s at Clay Pigeon Winery.

We then enjoy five cheeses — River’s Edge Chevre Sunset Bay, Briar Rose Creamery Iris, Goldin Artisan La Chaumine, Ancient Heritage Adelle, and Cascadia Creamery Glacier Blue, two ciders — Wandering Aengus Ciderworks Bloom, & Portland Cider Kinda Dry, and a delightful wine – Clay Pigeon’s 2015 Pinot Gris.

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Towards the end of the episode Sasha drops the glorious revelation that we can have butter with our cheese and we talk about some of the artisan producers you will find at the wedge.

For more information about the Wedge see this link here – www.thewedgeportland.com

The Great Food Great Stories Podcast is brought to you by Portland Culinary Radio, and is recorded at Culmination Brewing Company. Steven Shomler is your host.

Many thanks to Ken Wilson the Media Maestro for his amazing engineering and editing!

 

 

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Reverend Nat’s Holy Water(melon) Cider Cocktail Night at Box Social – Thursday September 22nd 7 PM – 11 PM

Steven Shomler Presents Reverend Nat's Holy Water(melon) Cider Cocktail Night at Box Social

Reverend Nat’s Holy Water(melon) Cider Cocktail Night at Box Social

I am huge fan of Reverend Nat’s Holy Water(melon) Cider. The very first time I took a sip of it, I loved it and I immediately thought to myself — ” if you gave this cider to a talented bartender, I bet that they could come up with some amazing cocktails.”

Two years ago while enjoying a glass of Reverend Nat’s Holy Water(melon) Cider I decided that someday I would do that very thing and create an event where I could enjoy those cocktails.

Thursday evening September 22nd from 7 PM – 11 PM my watermelon cider cocktail event idea is coming into fruition!

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I am also a huge of Box Social.  Box Social is one of my favorite bars in Portland. I love a good Old Fashioned and Michael, the bartender at Box Social makes one of the best Old Fashioneds that I have ever had.

Thursday evening September 22nd from 7 PM – 11 PM you are welcome to join me at Box Social for Reverend Nat’s Holy Water(melon) Cider Cocktail Night.

Michael at Box Social

Michael at Box Social has come up with three amazing cocktails that each feature Reverend Nat’s Holy Water(melon) Cider — Drunken LoveNapoleon’s Last Stand, and Sir Basil’s Hot Monkey.

Please note — This is a cocktail event at a cocktail bar. Reverend Nat’s Cider Holy Water(melon) Cider NOT be poured at this event, instead it will used as an ingredient in each of these three cocktails that were specially created for this fun evening. 

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Drunken Love Cocktail 

This cocktail features Reverend Nat’s Holy Water(melon) Cider,  Mezcal and St. Germain.

This cocktail gets it name from the Beyonce song Drunk In Love which references “drinking watermelon.”

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Napoleon’s Last Stand Cocktail 

This cocktail features Reverend Nat’s Holy Water(melon) Cider, Aperol, Gin, and muddled Hermiston Watermelon.

This cocktail is a fun riff on the Waterloo Cocktail found on the Box Social summer cocktail menu which features muddled Hermiston watermelon and has Campari instead of Aperol.

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Sir Basil’s Hot Monkey Cocktail 

This cocktail features Reverend Nat’s Holy Water(melon) Cider, Vodka, New Deal Hot Monkey Pepper-Flavored Vodka, and muddled Basil.

This cocktail gets it name from the splash of New Deal Hot Monkey Pepper-Flavored Vodka and the muddled basil.

Steven Shomler Presents Reverend Nat's Holy Water(melon) Cider Cocktail Night at Box Socia

Snacks

Box Social has an excellent food menu. We selected one item that we think will go particularly well with each of the three cocktails mentioned above.

The Baked Brie will pair well with the Sir Basil’s Hot Monkey Cocktail.

The Caprese will pair well with the Drunken Love Cocktail.

The Nibble Plate will pair well with the Napoleon’s Last Stand Cocktail.

If you love either Reverend Nat’s Holy Water(melon) Cider or craft cocktails, you do not want to miss this fun event!

Cheers,

Steven Shomler

Steven Shomler Presents Reverend Nat's Holy Water(melon) Cider Cocktail Night at Box Social

Steven Shomler Presents Reverend Nat's Holy Water(melon) Cider Cocktail Night at Box Social

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Brett Aube Founder Conundrum Trail Mix — Episode 5 Great Food Great Stories Podcast

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Brett Aube Founder Conundrum Trail Mix — Episode 5 Great Food Great Stories Podcast

Episode 5 of the Great Food Great Stories Podcast is here!

In this episode I visit with Brett Aube Founder of Conundrum Trail Mix.

The Great Food Great Stories Podcast is available on iTunes —https://itun.es/us/vqOneb.c

To listen to this episode see the SoundCloud link at the bottom of this article.

 

Brett Aube Founder Conundrum Trail Mix -- Episode 5 Great Food Great Stories Podcast

 

In this episode Brett shares how he started his company making granola and why he has pivoted to trail mix, he shares an amusing story about Portland and the Cantina theme from Star Wars, and what is in his excellent trail mix – including rosemary, lavender, and Jacobsen flake salt.

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Conundrum Trail Mix -- Episode 5 Great Food Great Stories Podcast   Conundrum Trail Mix -- Episode 5 Great Food Great Stories Podcast

Brett also shares what it is like to launch a culinary startup in Portland, what effort it takes to launch a startup, what keeps him going through the tough times, the culinary startups that inspired him, and the role that social media has played in his company’s success.

Toward to end of this podcast we chat about what beverages Conundrum Trail Mix pairs well with. Brett’s pairing suggestions were not at all what I expected, but they were spot on!

Conundrum Trail Mix -- Episode 5 Great Food Great Stories Podcast

The Great Food Great Stories Podcast is brought to you by Portland Culinary Radio, and is recorded at Culmination Brewing Company. Steven Shomler is your host.

Many thanks to Ken Wilson the Media Maestro for his amazing engineering and editing!

 

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Ramy Armans Founder of Ramy’s Lamb Shack Food Cart and Baba’s Mediterranean Grill – Episode 4 Great Food Great Stories Podcast

Great Food Great Stories Podcast

Ramy Armans Founder of Ramy’s Lamb Shack Food Cart and Baba’s Mediterranean Grill – Episode 4 Great Food Great Stories Podcast

Episode 4 of the Great Food Great Stories Podcast is here!

In this episode I visit with Ramy Armans Founder of Ramy’s Lamb Shack Food Cart and Baba’s Mediterranean Grill.

The Great Food Great Stories Podcast is available on iTunes —https://itun.es/us/vqOneb.c

To listen to this episode see the SoundCloud link at the bottom of this article.

Ramy Armans Founder of Ramy’s Lamb Shack Food Cart and Baba’s Mediterranean Grill - Episode 4 Great Food Great Stories Podcast

In this episode I visit with Ramy Armans Founder of Ramy’s Lamb Shack Food Cart and Baba’s Mediterranean Grill.

I have had the joy of following Ramy’s culinary journey since the very beginning of his first cart.

Ramy is a chapter in my first book Portland Food Cart Stories.

In this episode we catch up with and talk with him about what has happened in his journey since Portland Food Cart Stories was published.

Ramy Armans Founder of Ramy’s Lamb Shack Food Cart and Baba’s Mediterranean Grill - Episode 4 Great Food Great Stories Podcast

Ramy Armans Founder of Ramy’s Lamb Shack Food Cart and Baba’s Mediterranean Grill - Episode 4 Great Food Great Stories Podcast  Ramy Armans Founder of Ramy’s Lamb Shack Food Cart and Baba’s Mediterranean Grill - Episode 4 Great Food Great Stories Podcast

We talk with Ramy about his move to the parking lot of the brand new Cider Riot Public House founded by Abram Goldman Armstrong. You can hear Abram’s story of opening the Cider Riot Public House in Episode 10 of the Portland Beer Podcast.

Ramy Armans Founder of Ramy’s Lamb Shack Food Cart and Baba’s Mediterranean Grill - Episode 4 Great Food Great Stories Podcast

Ramy is also opening a brick and mortar restaurant — Baba’s Mediterranean Grill and he tells all about this endeavor.

The Great Food Great Stories Podcast is brought to you by Portland Culinary Radio, and is recorded at Culmination Brewing Company. Steven Shomler is your host.

Many thanks to Ken Wilson the Media Maestro for his amazing engineering and editing!

 

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Wine, Blues and More Event – Saturday August 20th at Hood Crest Winery

Hood Crest Winery

Wine, Blues and More Event – Saturday August 20th at Hood Crest Winery

An Afternoon of Wine, Cheese, Charcuterie, Chocolate, Pizza, Pasta, and Blues at Hood Crest Winery!

I have put together a very fun event happening this Saturday August 20th at Hood Crest Winery in Hood River, Oregon from Noon – 5 PM and you are invited!

Starting at Noon — The Beautiful Pig (Charcuterie), Skamokawa Farmstead Creamery (Cheese), and Smitten Artisan Truffles (Chocolate,) will be on hand sampling and selling their culinary delights.

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Excellent Food

Hood Crest Winery will be offering special wood fired pizzas and pastas featuring both A Beautiful Pig charcuterie and Skamokawa Farmstead Creamery cheese. Smitten Artisan Truffles will be offering truffles made with Hood Crest wine.

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Blues

At 3 PM the Tess Barr Band will take the stage!

This is going to be a wonderful event!

Below are a few more photos I wanted to share.

Cheers,

Steven Shomler

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Michael Russell Restaurant Critic for the Oregonian – Episode 3 Great Food Great Stories Podcast

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Michael Russell Restaurant Critic for the Oregonian – Episode 3 Great Food Great Stories Podcast

Episode 3 of the Great Food Great Stories Podcast is here!

In this episode we visit with Michael Russell  Restaurant Critic for the Oregonian.

To listen to this episode see the SoundCloud link at the bottom of this article.

Michael Russell Restaurant Critic for the Oregonian – Episode 3 Great Food Great Stories Podcast

In this episode we visit with Michael Russell and you will learn what brought him to Portland, and about his first job at the Oregonian.

Michael talks about his journey as a restaurant critic and what led him to recently shed his anonymity – http://www.oregonlive.com/editors/index.ssf/2016/06/restaurant_critic_michael_russ_1.html.

Michael also gives us the 411 on the Oregonian’s annual restaurant guide, and tells what he looks for in a restaurant when he is doing a review.

The week that this interview took place Michael had just released his list of Portland’s 10 best new Food Carts for 2016 and Portland’s 15 Best Food Foods (see links below) and during this podcast we have a delightful extended chat about the Portland food cart scene.

Some the Food Carts mentioned in this podcast include Burmasphere, Burger Stevens, Matt’s BBQ, Tiffin Asha (Note – Tiffin Asha is in the process opening up a brick and mortar restaurant), Viking Soul Food, The Wild Hunt, Straits Kitchen, Bari PDX, the Egg Carton, The Pod Bar, and the Carts on Foster Food Cart Pod.

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Portland’s best new Food Carts of 2016 –  http://www.oregonlive.com/dining/index.ssf/2016/07/portlands_best_new_food_carts_4.html

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Portland’s 15 Best Food Cart –http://www.oregonlive.com/dining/index.ssf/2016/07/portlands_15_best_food_carts.html#0

The Great Food Great Stories Podcast is brought to you by Portland Culinary Radio, and is recorded at Culmination Brewing Company.  Steven Shomler is your host.

Many thanks to Ken Wilson the Media Maestro for his amazing engineering and editing!

 

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Katie Hayman Founder of Kerfluffle – Episode 2 Great Food Great Stories Podcast

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Katie Hayman Founder of Kerfluffle – Episode 2 Great Food Great Stories Podcast

Episode 2 of the Great Food Great Stories Podcast is here!

In this episode we visit with Katie Hayman, Founder of the culinary startup Kerfluffle.

To listen to this episode see the SoundCloud link at the bottom of this article.

Katie Hayman Founder of Kerfluffle – Episode 2 Great Food Great Stories Podcast

In the episode you will learn what Kerfluffle is, what inspired Katie to become an entrepreneur, her experience with the Get Your Recipe To Market program – developed by the Portland Community College (PCC) Small Business Development Center (SBDC), the Food Innovation Center, and New Seasons Market, what it takes to launch a startup, the role that social media has played in the development of Kerfluffle, what it is like to pursue a culinary startup in Portland, Oregon, and what is next for Kerfluffle!

In the episode you will learn what Kerfluffle is, what inspired Katie to become an entrepreneur, her experience with the Get Your Recipe To Market program - Developed by the Portland Community College (PCC) Small Business Development Center (SBDC), the Food Innovation Center, and New Seasons Market, what it takes to launch a startup, the role that social media has played in the development of Kerfluffle, and what is next for Kerfluffle! The Great Food Great Stories Podcast is brought to you by Portland Culinary Radio, and is recorded at Culmination Brewing Company. Steven Shomler is the your host. Many thanks to Ken Wilson the Media Maestro for his amazing engineering and editing!

The Great Food Great Stories Podcast is brought to you by Portland Culinary Radio, and is recorded at Culmination Brewing Company.  Steven Shomler is your host.
Many thanks to Ken Wilson the Media Maestro for his amazing engineering and editing!

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Chef Rick Gencarelli Founder of Lardo and Grassa — Great Food Great Stories Podcast Episode One

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The Great Food Great Stories Podcast is now the Portland Culinary Podcast

Here is the link for Chef Rick Gencarelli Founder of Lardo and Grassa — Portland Culinary Podcast Episode 1 –

www.portlandculinarypodcast.com/chef-rick-gencarelli-founder-of-lardo-and-grassa-portland-culinary-podcast-episode-1/

 

Chef Rick Gencarelli Founder of Lardo and Grassa — Great Food Great Stories Podcast Episode One

This is the Great Food Great Stories Podcast from Portland Culinary Radio hosted by Steven Shomler and co-hosted by Ken Wilson. Our Guest for Episode One is Portland Chef Rick Gencarelli founder of Lardo and Grassa!

Great Food Great Stories Podcast   Portland Culinary Radio

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