Sip Northwest Magazine: Producers That Feed

1 08 2019

My first story in the print version of Sip Northwest Magazine is quite the feel-good piece. It details some of my favorite area food and drink producers that provide meals to community members in need. Pick it up at various locations around the region or read the PDF version here.

P and P Farm Tour Viridian - Polmar

Photo courtesy of Erika Polmar, Plate & Pitchfork.


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1 08 2019
Penny Rush

Greetings Adam,Great article – thanks heaps for sharing.  I hope your summer’s going great.Keep up the great work. – Penny

1 08 2019
AdamSawyer.com

Thanks, Penny! Glad you enjoyed it. Hope your summer is a good one as well 🙂

18 09 2019
Penny Rush

Adam, I loved the food cart/pod segment but I was hoping to hear some of your favs.  Are you coming back to Afternoon Live soon to name names?!  Hope so. – Penny —– Forwarded Message —– From: Adam Sawyer To: “pennyrush@rocketmail.com” Sent: Tuesday, September 17, 2019, 09:33:29 PM GMT-5Subject: [New post] Afternoon Live: Food Cart 101 | AdamSawyer.com posted: “Today on Afternoon Live I discussed Portland’s food carts – what makes them so unique and how they helped build the city’s culinary reputation. Click here to watch the segment.” | |

19 09 2019
AdamSawyer.com

Sorry, Penny! I got you covered though 🙂 Some of my favorites are:

Altengartz, A Fine Goose, Gumba, Viking Soulfood, Kim Jong Grillin, Pastrami Zombie, Koi Fusion, MF Tasty, Matt’s BBQ, and Burger Stevens!

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