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Event: Share a meal with the people who feed us

Meet local immigrant farmworker families

From Local Bites PDX — Blog by
May 1, 2009

Join Slow Food Portland at Woodburn’s Farmworker Housing Development Corporation (FHDC) to meet local immigrant farmworker families, join them in conversation, learn about their lives, and share a potluck lunch. Saturday, May 2, 8:30 a.m. -1:30 p.m. Cost: $8. Reservations here.

Event: Portland Indie Wine Festival — May 1-2

Support craft winemaking in Oregon

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April 28, 2009

May 1-2. The Fifth Annual Portland Indie Wine Festival is a delicious experience that pairs wine lovers with Oregon’s top 40 artisanal wineries in the heart of Portland at the Portland Wine Works.

Event: Benefit for James Beard Foundation at 23Hoyt

From Local Bites PDX — Blog by
April 23, 2009

On Wednesday, May 13, Chef Aaron Barnett (23Hoyt) and Chef Kenny Gambalvo (Bluehour) headline a benefit for the James Beard Foundation.

Announcement: New Robert Reynolds’ cooking class begins in May

From Local Bites PDX — Blog by
April 22, 2009

Next month, Portland chef, cooking instructor, and author Robert Reynolds will offer a range of cooking classes at his studio in SE Portland. For more information, visit the Chef's Studio.

Event (Correction): Potluck with immigrant farm workers

From Local Bites PDX — Blog by
April 22, 2009

Slow Food Portland is sponsoring a one-day trip to Woodburn on Saturday, May 2, to visit worker housing and join local immigrant families at a potluck. For details, visit the Slow Food events page. Tickets are $8; the event starts early: 8:30 a.m.

Event: Benefit for the Let Live Foundation

From Local Bites PDX — Blog by
April 22, 2009

On Friday, May 1, Isa Chandra and the folks at the Post Punk Kitchen will prepare a benefit at the Sweat Pea Bakery for the Let Live Foundation.

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