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Feast Portland: Oregon Bounty Grand Tasting

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Chefs and vendors came out to Feast Portland’s Oregon Bounty Grand Tasting, presented by Alaska Airlines

Chris Cosentino entertained the crowds on the KitchenAid Main Demo Stage at the Oregon Bounty Grand Tasting.

Pioneer Courthouse Square, also known as “Portland’s living room,” was transformed in a two-day showcase of all that makes living in the Pacific Northwest so delicious.

An abundance of culinary artisans, wineries, and breweries provided samples of their specialties to the guests at Feast Portland, including a lamb BLT from Les Caves in Corvallis, Ore.; a 94-point 2009 Domain pinot noir from King Estates in Eugene, Ore.; artisan cheese from Face Rock Creamery in Bandon, Ore.; and sweet treats from Petunia's Pies & Pastries and Salt & Straw, both located in Portland.

Top Chef alums Jenn Louis of Lincoln Restaurant and Naomi Pomeroy of Beast, both of Portland, joined Paul Qui of Qui in Austin, Sarah Simmons of City Grit in New York, Chris Cosentino of Cockscomb in San Francisco, and Hugh Acheson of Empire State South in Atlanta to provide entertainment by sharing their culinary prowess on the KitchenAid Main Demo Stage. Acclaimed food writer Ruth Reichl also made an appearance and signed copies of her latest book.

Sarah Cohen is the Portland City Editor at The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter @scretshopper and check out her blog It Only Comes Toasted.


There's Still Time to Get Tickets to Feast’s Oregon Bounty Grand Tasting

Feast tickets sell like hotcakes. You might’ve missed your shot at the buzzy new Smoked! event (a live-fire extravaganza near the Fremont Bridge), but we’re jazzed about the Oregon Bounty Grand Tasting this year, which isn’t sold out, and has a few surprising special guests.

Not only do ticketholders have access to the vast Pacific Northwest showroom, with Oregon’s best cheese, wine, and chocolate on display in one place, this year’s Oregon Bounty features a “Feast Culinary Stage”—a panel of food experts and chefs from around the country, with running commentary, Q & A’s, and food competitions. The Feast team describes the stage as “where food and drink meet The Ellen DeGeneres Show and Andy Cohen’s Clubhouse.” For $60, it’s a pretty sweet deal.

Friday (Sept 18)

Food television stars and baking gods Elizabeth Falkner and Duff Goldman, Chopped television casting expert Beth Schiff, and Feast’s own Carrie Welch will get real about Food TV. Ever wonder what it’s really like behind the scenes? Here’s your chance to find out. Later in the day, workout-obsessives/health nuts Gregory Gourdet (Departure), and Joshua McFadden (Ava Genes) will battle in a friendly juicing competition. Between the vegetable whisperer and the Top Chef star, who knows what will go down.

Saturday (Sept 19)

Ned Ludd’s Jason French and Olympia Provision’s Elias Cairo will offer tips and tricks to making the world’s best sandwiches, followed by a heated sandwich competition between the two Portland icons. Later, Portland Monthly’s own food critic Karen Brooks will moderate a discussion on “Things You Need to Eat Before You Die” between offal king Chris Cosentino (Cockscomb, SF), Lincoln’s Jenn Louis, and Jackie Kai Ellis (Vancouver B.C.’s Beaucoup Bakery & Café), one of Canada’s most impressive bakers. Will their final meal be pig snout, gnocchi, or a simple croissant? After listening, you may want to adjust your own culinary bucket list.

Oregon Bounty Grand Tasting
Pioneer Courthouse Square
Friday, 1-5pm and Saturday, 12-5pm
Tickets Here


There's Still Time to Get Tickets to Feast’s Oregon Bounty Grand Tasting

Feast tickets sell like hotcakes. You might’ve missed your shot at the buzzy new Smoked! event (a live-fire extravaganza near the Fremont Bridge), but we’re jazzed about the Oregon Bounty Grand Tasting this year, which isn’t sold out, and has a few surprising special guests.

Not only do ticketholders have access to the vast Pacific Northwest showroom, with Oregon’s best cheese, wine, and chocolate on display in one place, this year’s Oregon Bounty features a “Feast Culinary Stage”—a panel of food experts and chefs from around the country, with running commentary, Q & A’s, and food competitions. The Feast team describes the stage as “where food and drink meet The Ellen DeGeneres Show and Andy Cohen’s Clubhouse.” For $60, it’s a pretty sweet deal.

Friday (Sept 18)

Food television stars and baking gods Elizabeth Falkner and Duff Goldman, Chopped television casting expert Beth Schiff, and Feast’s own Carrie Welch will get real about Food TV. Ever wonder what it’s really like behind the scenes? Here’s your chance to find out. Later in the day, workout-obsessives/health nuts Gregory Gourdet (Departure), and Joshua McFadden (Ava Genes) will battle in a friendly juicing competition. Between the vegetable whisperer and the Top Chef star, who knows what will go down.

Saturday (Sept 19)

Ned Ludd’s Jason French and Olympia Provision’s Elias Cairo will offer tips and tricks to making the world’s best sandwiches, followed by a heated sandwich competition between the two Portland icons. Later, Portland Monthly’s own food critic Karen Brooks will moderate a discussion on “Things You Need to Eat Before You Die” between offal king Chris Cosentino (Cockscomb, SF), Lincoln’s Jenn Louis, and Jackie Kai Ellis (Vancouver B.C.’s Beaucoup Bakery & Café), one of Canada’s most impressive bakers. Will their final meal be pig snout, gnocchi, or a simple croissant? After listening, you may want to adjust your own culinary bucket list.

Oregon Bounty Grand Tasting
Pioneer Courthouse Square
Friday, 1-5pm and Saturday, 12-5pm
Tickets Here


There's Still Time to Get Tickets to Feast’s Oregon Bounty Grand Tasting

Feast tickets sell like hotcakes. You might’ve missed your shot at the buzzy new Smoked! event (a live-fire extravaganza near the Fremont Bridge), but we’re jazzed about the Oregon Bounty Grand Tasting this year, which isn’t sold out, and has a few surprising special guests.

Not only do ticketholders have access to the vast Pacific Northwest showroom, with Oregon’s best cheese, wine, and chocolate on display in one place, this year’s Oregon Bounty features a “Feast Culinary Stage”—a panel of food experts and chefs from around the country, with running commentary, Q & A’s, and food competitions. The Feast team describes the stage as “where food and drink meet The Ellen DeGeneres Show and Andy Cohen’s Clubhouse.” For $60, it’s a pretty sweet deal.

Friday (Sept 18)

Food television stars and baking gods Elizabeth Falkner and Duff Goldman, Chopped television casting expert Beth Schiff, and Feast’s own Carrie Welch will get real about Food TV. Ever wonder what it’s really like behind the scenes? Here’s your chance to find out. Later in the day, workout-obsessives/health nuts Gregory Gourdet (Departure), and Joshua McFadden (Ava Genes) will battle in a friendly juicing competition. Between the vegetable whisperer and the Top Chef star, who knows what will go down.

Saturday (Sept 19)

Ned Ludd’s Jason French and Olympia Provision’s Elias Cairo will offer tips and tricks to making the world’s best sandwiches, followed by a heated sandwich competition between the two Portland icons. Later, Portland Monthly’s own food critic Karen Brooks will moderate a discussion on “Things You Need to Eat Before You Die” between offal king Chris Cosentino (Cockscomb, SF), Lincoln’s Jenn Louis, and Jackie Kai Ellis (Vancouver B.C.’s Beaucoup Bakery & Café), one of Canada’s most impressive bakers. Will their final meal be pig snout, gnocchi, or a simple croissant? After listening, you may want to adjust your own culinary bucket list.

Oregon Bounty Grand Tasting
Pioneer Courthouse Square
Friday, 1-5pm and Saturday, 12-5pm
Tickets Here


There's Still Time to Get Tickets to Feast’s Oregon Bounty Grand Tasting

Feast tickets sell like hotcakes. You might’ve missed your shot at the buzzy new Smoked! event (a live-fire extravaganza near the Fremont Bridge), but we’re jazzed about the Oregon Bounty Grand Tasting this year, which isn’t sold out, and has a few surprising special guests.

Not only do ticketholders have access to the vast Pacific Northwest showroom, with Oregon’s best cheese, wine, and chocolate on display in one place, this year’s Oregon Bounty features a “Feast Culinary Stage”—a panel of food experts and chefs from around the country, with running commentary, Q & A’s, and food competitions. The Feast team describes the stage as “where food and drink meet The Ellen DeGeneres Show and Andy Cohen’s Clubhouse.” For $60, it’s a pretty sweet deal.

Friday (Sept 18)

Food television stars and baking gods Elizabeth Falkner and Duff Goldman, Chopped television casting expert Beth Schiff, and Feast’s own Carrie Welch will get real about Food TV. Ever wonder what it’s really like behind the scenes? Here’s your chance to find out. Later in the day, workout-obsessives/health nuts Gregory Gourdet (Departure), and Joshua McFadden (Ava Genes) will battle in a friendly juicing competition. Between the vegetable whisperer and the Top Chef star, who knows what will go down.

Saturday (Sept 19)

Ned Ludd’s Jason French and Olympia Provision’s Elias Cairo will offer tips and tricks to making the world’s best sandwiches, followed by a heated sandwich competition between the two Portland icons. Later, Portland Monthly’s own food critic Karen Brooks will moderate a discussion on “Things You Need to Eat Before You Die” between offal king Chris Cosentino (Cockscomb, SF), Lincoln’s Jenn Louis, and Jackie Kai Ellis (Vancouver B.C.’s Beaucoup Bakery & Café), one of Canada’s most impressive bakers. Will their final meal be pig snout, gnocchi, or a simple croissant? After listening, you may want to adjust your own culinary bucket list.

Oregon Bounty Grand Tasting
Pioneer Courthouse Square
Friday, 1-5pm and Saturday, 12-5pm
Tickets Here


There's Still Time to Get Tickets to Feast’s Oregon Bounty Grand Tasting

Feast tickets sell like hotcakes. You might’ve missed your shot at the buzzy new Smoked! event (a live-fire extravaganza near the Fremont Bridge), but we’re jazzed about the Oregon Bounty Grand Tasting this year, which isn’t sold out, and has a few surprising special guests.

Not only do ticketholders have access to the vast Pacific Northwest showroom, with Oregon’s best cheese, wine, and chocolate on display in one place, this year’s Oregon Bounty features a “Feast Culinary Stage”—a panel of food experts and chefs from around the country, with running commentary, Q & A’s, and food competitions. The Feast team describes the stage as “where food and drink meet The Ellen DeGeneres Show and Andy Cohen’s Clubhouse.” For $60, it’s a pretty sweet deal.

Friday (Sept 18)

Food television stars and baking gods Elizabeth Falkner and Duff Goldman, Chopped television casting expert Beth Schiff, and Feast’s own Carrie Welch will get real about Food TV. Ever wonder what it’s really like behind the scenes? Here’s your chance to find out. Later in the day, workout-obsessives/health nuts Gregory Gourdet (Departure), and Joshua McFadden (Ava Genes) will battle in a friendly juicing competition. Between the vegetable whisperer and the Top Chef star, who knows what will go down.

Saturday (Sept 19)

Ned Ludd’s Jason French and Olympia Provision’s Elias Cairo will offer tips and tricks to making the world’s best sandwiches, followed by a heated sandwich competition between the two Portland icons. Later, Portland Monthly’s own food critic Karen Brooks will moderate a discussion on “Things You Need to Eat Before You Die” between offal king Chris Cosentino (Cockscomb, SF), Lincoln’s Jenn Louis, and Jackie Kai Ellis (Vancouver B.C.’s Beaucoup Bakery & Café), one of Canada’s most impressive bakers. Will their final meal be pig snout, gnocchi, or a simple croissant? After listening, you may want to adjust your own culinary bucket list.

Oregon Bounty Grand Tasting
Pioneer Courthouse Square
Friday, 1-5pm and Saturday, 12-5pm
Tickets Here


There's Still Time to Get Tickets to Feast’s Oregon Bounty Grand Tasting

Feast tickets sell like hotcakes. You might’ve missed your shot at the buzzy new Smoked! event (a live-fire extravaganza near the Fremont Bridge), but we’re jazzed about the Oregon Bounty Grand Tasting this year, which isn’t sold out, and has a few surprising special guests.

Not only do ticketholders have access to the vast Pacific Northwest showroom, with Oregon’s best cheese, wine, and chocolate on display in one place, this year’s Oregon Bounty features a “Feast Culinary Stage”—a panel of food experts and chefs from around the country, with running commentary, Q & A’s, and food competitions. The Feast team describes the stage as “where food and drink meet The Ellen DeGeneres Show and Andy Cohen’s Clubhouse.” For $60, it’s a pretty sweet deal.

Friday (Sept 18)

Food television stars and baking gods Elizabeth Falkner and Duff Goldman, Chopped television casting expert Beth Schiff, and Feast’s own Carrie Welch will get real about Food TV. Ever wonder what it’s really like behind the scenes? Here’s your chance to find out. Later in the day, workout-obsessives/health nuts Gregory Gourdet (Departure), and Joshua McFadden (Ava Genes) will battle in a friendly juicing competition. Between the vegetable whisperer and the Top Chef star, who knows what will go down.

Saturday (Sept 19)

Ned Ludd’s Jason French and Olympia Provision’s Elias Cairo will offer tips and tricks to making the world’s best sandwiches, followed by a heated sandwich competition between the two Portland icons. Later, Portland Monthly’s own food critic Karen Brooks will moderate a discussion on “Things You Need to Eat Before You Die” between offal king Chris Cosentino (Cockscomb, SF), Lincoln’s Jenn Louis, and Jackie Kai Ellis (Vancouver B.C.’s Beaucoup Bakery & Café), one of Canada’s most impressive bakers. Will their final meal be pig snout, gnocchi, or a simple croissant? After listening, you may want to adjust your own culinary bucket list.

Oregon Bounty Grand Tasting
Pioneer Courthouse Square
Friday, 1-5pm and Saturday, 12-5pm
Tickets Here


There's Still Time to Get Tickets to Feast’s Oregon Bounty Grand Tasting

Feast tickets sell like hotcakes. You might’ve missed your shot at the buzzy new Smoked! event (a live-fire extravaganza near the Fremont Bridge), but we’re jazzed about the Oregon Bounty Grand Tasting this year, which isn’t sold out, and has a few surprising special guests.

Not only do ticketholders have access to the vast Pacific Northwest showroom, with Oregon’s best cheese, wine, and chocolate on display in one place, this year’s Oregon Bounty features a “Feast Culinary Stage”—a panel of food experts and chefs from around the country, with running commentary, Q & A’s, and food competitions. The Feast team describes the stage as “where food and drink meet The Ellen DeGeneres Show and Andy Cohen’s Clubhouse.” For $60, it’s a pretty sweet deal.

Friday (Sept 18)

Food television stars and baking gods Elizabeth Falkner and Duff Goldman, Chopped television casting expert Beth Schiff, and Feast’s own Carrie Welch will get real about Food TV. Ever wonder what it’s really like behind the scenes? Here’s your chance to find out. Later in the day, workout-obsessives/health nuts Gregory Gourdet (Departure), and Joshua McFadden (Ava Genes) will battle in a friendly juicing competition. Between the vegetable whisperer and the Top Chef star, who knows what will go down.

Saturday (Sept 19)

Ned Ludd’s Jason French and Olympia Provision’s Elias Cairo will offer tips and tricks to making the world’s best sandwiches, followed by a heated sandwich competition between the two Portland icons. Later, Portland Monthly’s own food critic Karen Brooks will moderate a discussion on “Things You Need to Eat Before You Die” between offal king Chris Cosentino (Cockscomb, SF), Lincoln’s Jenn Louis, and Jackie Kai Ellis (Vancouver B.C.’s Beaucoup Bakery & Café), one of Canada’s most impressive bakers. Will their final meal be pig snout, gnocchi, or a simple croissant? After listening, you may want to adjust your own culinary bucket list.

Oregon Bounty Grand Tasting
Pioneer Courthouse Square
Friday, 1-5pm and Saturday, 12-5pm
Tickets Here


There's Still Time to Get Tickets to Feast’s Oregon Bounty Grand Tasting

Feast tickets sell like hotcakes. You might’ve missed your shot at the buzzy new Smoked! event (a live-fire extravaganza near the Fremont Bridge), but we’re jazzed about the Oregon Bounty Grand Tasting this year, which isn’t sold out, and has a few surprising special guests.

Not only do ticketholders have access to the vast Pacific Northwest showroom, with Oregon’s best cheese, wine, and chocolate on display in one place, this year’s Oregon Bounty features a “Feast Culinary Stage”—a panel of food experts and chefs from around the country, with running commentary, Q & A’s, and food competitions. The Feast team describes the stage as “where food and drink meet The Ellen DeGeneres Show and Andy Cohen’s Clubhouse.” For $60, it’s a pretty sweet deal.

Friday (Sept 18)

Food television stars and baking gods Elizabeth Falkner and Duff Goldman, Chopped television casting expert Beth Schiff, and Feast’s own Carrie Welch will get real about Food TV. Ever wonder what it’s really like behind the scenes? Here’s your chance to find out. Later in the day, workout-obsessives/health nuts Gregory Gourdet (Departure), and Joshua McFadden (Ava Genes) will battle in a friendly juicing competition. Between the vegetable whisperer and the Top Chef star, who knows what will go down.

Saturday (Sept 19)

Ned Ludd’s Jason French and Olympia Provision’s Elias Cairo will offer tips and tricks to making the world’s best sandwiches, followed by a heated sandwich competition between the two Portland icons. Later, Portland Monthly’s own food critic Karen Brooks will moderate a discussion on “Things You Need to Eat Before You Die” between offal king Chris Cosentino (Cockscomb, SF), Lincoln’s Jenn Louis, and Jackie Kai Ellis (Vancouver B.C.’s Beaucoup Bakery & Café), one of Canada’s most impressive bakers. Will their final meal be pig snout, gnocchi, or a simple croissant? After listening, you may want to adjust your own culinary bucket list.

Oregon Bounty Grand Tasting
Pioneer Courthouse Square
Friday, 1-5pm and Saturday, 12-5pm
Tickets Here


There's Still Time to Get Tickets to Feast’s Oregon Bounty Grand Tasting

Feast tickets sell like hotcakes. You might’ve missed your shot at the buzzy new Smoked! event (a live-fire extravaganza near the Fremont Bridge), but we’re jazzed about the Oregon Bounty Grand Tasting this year, which isn’t sold out, and has a few surprising special guests.

Not only do ticketholders have access to the vast Pacific Northwest showroom, with Oregon’s best cheese, wine, and chocolate on display in one place, this year’s Oregon Bounty features a “Feast Culinary Stage”—a panel of food experts and chefs from around the country, with running commentary, Q & A’s, and food competitions. The Feast team describes the stage as “where food and drink meet The Ellen DeGeneres Show and Andy Cohen’s Clubhouse.” For $60, it’s a pretty sweet deal.

Friday (Sept 18)

Food television stars and baking gods Elizabeth Falkner and Duff Goldman, Chopped television casting expert Beth Schiff, and Feast’s own Carrie Welch will get real about Food TV. Ever wonder what it’s really like behind the scenes? Here’s your chance to find out. Later in the day, workout-obsessives/health nuts Gregory Gourdet (Departure), and Joshua McFadden (Ava Genes) will battle in a friendly juicing competition. Between the vegetable whisperer and the Top Chef star, who knows what will go down.

Saturday (Sept 19)

Ned Ludd’s Jason French and Olympia Provision’s Elias Cairo will offer tips and tricks to making the world’s best sandwiches, followed by a heated sandwich competition between the two Portland icons. Later, Portland Monthly’s own food critic Karen Brooks will moderate a discussion on “Things You Need to Eat Before You Die” between offal king Chris Cosentino (Cockscomb, SF), Lincoln’s Jenn Louis, and Jackie Kai Ellis (Vancouver B.C.’s Beaucoup Bakery & Café), one of Canada’s most impressive bakers. Will their final meal be pig snout, gnocchi, or a simple croissant? After listening, you may want to adjust your own culinary bucket list.

Oregon Bounty Grand Tasting
Pioneer Courthouse Square
Friday, 1-5pm and Saturday, 12-5pm
Tickets Here


There's Still Time to Get Tickets to Feast’s Oregon Bounty Grand Tasting

Feast tickets sell like hotcakes. You might’ve missed your shot at the buzzy new Smoked! event (a live-fire extravaganza near the Fremont Bridge), but we’re jazzed about the Oregon Bounty Grand Tasting this year, which isn’t sold out, and has a few surprising special guests.

Not only do ticketholders have access to the vast Pacific Northwest showroom, with Oregon’s best cheese, wine, and chocolate on display in one place, this year’s Oregon Bounty features a “Feast Culinary Stage”—a panel of food experts and chefs from around the country, with running commentary, Q & A’s, and food competitions. The Feast team describes the stage as “where food and drink meet The Ellen DeGeneres Show and Andy Cohen’s Clubhouse.” For $60, it’s a pretty sweet deal.

Friday (Sept 18)

Food television stars and baking gods Elizabeth Falkner and Duff Goldman, Chopped television casting expert Beth Schiff, and Feast’s own Carrie Welch will get real about Food TV. Ever wonder what it’s really like behind the scenes? Here’s your chance to find out. Later in the day, workout-obsessives/health nuts Gregory Gourdet (Departure), and Joshua McFadden (Ava Genes) will battle in a friendly juicing competition. Between the vegetable whisperer and the Top Chef star, who knows what will go down.

Saturday (Sept 19)

Ned Ludd’s Jason French and Olympia Provision’s Elias Cairo will offer tips and tricks to making the world’s best sandwiches, followed by a heated sandwich competition between the two Portland icons. Later, Portland Monthly’s own food critic Karen Brooks will moderate a discussion on “Things You Need to Eat Before You Die” between offal king Chris Cosentino (Cockscomb, SF), Lincoln’s Jenn Louis, and Jackie Kai Ellis (Vancouver B.C.’s Beaucoup Bakery & Café), one of Canada’s most impressive bakers. Will their final meal be pig snout, gnocchi, or a simple croissant? After listening, you may want to adjust your own culinary bucket list.

Oregon Bounty Grand Tasting
Pioneer Courthouse Square
Friday, 1-5pm and Saturday, 12-5pm
Tickets Here


Watch the video: Sights and sounds from the Feast 2014 Oregon Bounty Grand Tasting (July 2022).


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