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W
hen people come to Portland, they usually come to experience the “foodie” culture. They immerse themselves in food-trucks, small bistros, cafes, bakeries and any hole in the wall location that claims to have “the best in town” of anything. 564 more words

Treading in the shoes of a gourmand to Urban Farmer

My first impression walking into the Urban Farmer was how spacious it was. It had a mostly wooden setting, with glass and metallic pieces blended in. 419 more words

Stop! That's Hans!

Stop!” the Urban Farmer says. “That’s Hans.”

It’s just after ten on a Sunday morning when the Urban Farmer spies her nephew trucking down Leary Way.  661 more words

Kathy McMullen

My Low-Carb Lunch (II)

Today I was up in Cleveland, and when lunchtime rolled around there was nary a food truck in sight.  So, regrettably, there was no apparent way to continue the celebration of Food Truck Summer today.  295 more words

Humor

Home Grown

Nothing better then fresh, home grown delicious produce straight from our garden:)

Brick by Brick

As many of you already know, at Casa de la Belle (as in ring my) this is the year of the brick. I’m putting in a massive brick walkway, a retaining wall, and extending another retaining wall. 570 more words

Everyday Life

Jar Pride: An Antidote for Kitchen Downer Syndrome

These days the Urban Farmer is often plagued with KDS (Kitchen Downer Syndrome).  Her culinary intentions are good, but her time is short.  She makes difficult choices: pedaling to the store for ingredients or making do? 897 more words

Kathy McMullen