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Welcome to PDX Food Stories, a bi-weekly podcast for the food nerds, the restaurant geeks, and the farmers markets fanatics. Chefs and producers will share their stories, recipes, and tips for the tastiest experience in Portland.

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In this episode we look at a summer favorite, the strawberry. While the early season berries have come and gone, long season strawberries will be at the market through the rest of the summer. Sarah Marshall, of Marshall Haute... more

Today on the show, impact strategist Amelia Pape. Full Disclosure, Amelia and I worked together for several years while she was running her mobile grocery store and her work began to impact the way I think about food, my access to... more

The pear is the state fruit of Oregon, and now is the best time to try all the varieties grown in Oregon. Today on the show, Sarah and Dirk Marshall and I talk about pears, preserving pears and how chefs are using pears on menus across... more

Samantha Chulick, now currently head of PR for Portland's Stumptown Coffee, followed her passion for wine up the west coast. Before landing her last gig at Lane PR, Sam honed her skills writing about wine for Santa Barbara Magazine,... more

This week, Sarah, Drik, and Mary take a look at Radicchio. This bitter chicory draws a polarizing reaction from the group. Sarah shares a unique preservation application, while Dirk and Mary discuss Portland's favorite way with Radicchio... more

Product Development Manager Sarah Masoni works with small Oregon consumer package goods brands to grow their business and trouble shoot just about every stage of getting a product from ideation to market. With 17 years under her... more

Two-time James Beard Award Semifinalist, 2012 Food and Wine Best New Chef, Top Chef Masters contestant Jenn Louis recently published the Book of Greens AND transitioned her popular restaurant Lincoln in NE Portland into Ray, and... more

PR and Marketing Consultant Lindsay Strannigan started her popular food blog, Rosmarried after some gentle encouragement from her husband. Her unique writing and photography style landed her one consulting gig after another. She... more

Sarah and Dirk Marshall started their boutique hot sauce business, Marshall's Haute Sauce out of their Portland kitchen and began selling at the Portland Farmer's Market, where you can still see them every Saturday during the... more

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