• Oregon’s Cuisine of the Rain



Oregon’s Cuisine of the Rain

From Lush Farm Foods to Regional Recipes


From the publisher

Published in 1993, this book by longtime Oregonian restaurant critic Karen Brooks drew attention to the fact that Oregon is a food lover’s paradise, with endless ingredients for shaping “a whole new way of eating — and a style easily finessed in any home kitchen.” The book includes 150 recipes ranging from “serious hotcakes and seasonal salads, to pastas, meats, and sensuous desserts.”

Selected contents

There is 1 comment on this item
Add a comment
1. by Darlene936 on Dec 4, 2008 at 8:32 AM PST

I was going to make the chocolate frosted cookies today and now it looks like I’m going to make the shortbread too. Please enter me.

Add a comment

Think before you type

Culinate welcomes comments that are on-topic, clean, and courteous. For the benefit of the community we reserve the right to delete comments that contain advertising, personal attacks, profanity, or which are thinly disguised attempts to promote another website.

Please enter your comment

Format: Bare URLs are automatically linked; use this style: [http://www.example.com "place text to be linked here"] for prettier links. You may specify *bold* or _italic_ text. No HTML please.

Please identify yourself

Not a member? Sign up!

Please prove that you’re not a computer

All Books

Our Table

The Joy of Cooking app

A new tool for the kitchen

The latest in our collection of cooking apps.

Graze: Bites from the Site
First Person

The secret sharer

A father’s legacy

The Culinate Interview

Mollie Katzen

The vegetarian-cooking pioneer


Down South

Barbecue, tamales, cocktails, and more

Local Flavors

A winter romesco sauce

Good on everything

Editor’s Choice