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The Bite Of Oregon
A discussion with Bjorn Estlund, from the Bite of Oregon, and Ryan Avery, from Special Olympics Oregon, about the upcoming annual food and music festival, as well as how Special Olympics Oregon will benefit from it. www.biteoforegon.com www.soor.org
pay that much and I. We're out and then and then the food carts and food carts of course are back to me that's that has kind of taken over Portland the last few years. Yeah absolutely I mean it's it's. You know you can't. And out of food such -- without at least a few food cart and we've really tried to take leave the best of you know such an incredible selection I mean it's those things are just they're they're like rabbit you know they're they're everywhere now. But we feel we got three of Portland's finest which are -- lefties. Greek cuisine because VOA grind which is just this amazing Hawaiian food and men -- How well I would say -- the patriarch old. -- Portland food cart seen. It's -- -- fusion which is sure just golf man those Korean talk goes in and they called the original KFC which is Korean crisis. -- -- You guys had their -- a number of times it's it's a mailing it in -- and you don't you don't think of food that quality coming out of a cart. Yeah that's that's really what's it has become amazing about that scene in Portland is. You know this is these little many restaurants it's let's try out the student kind of like have a sample run -- have and a restaurant before we spend all the money on developing -- you know sit -- face and all that and by the doesn't mean the food is any different the food is fantastic. See it is it is and and you almost find the peace festival to mean everybody offers up a credible offerings but. You know that's what these people do for a living they -- make it street food you know so they're really used to do that on the fly and it's it's always fun to watch. The rest of
Special Olympics Oregon
A discussion with Margie Hunt, the CEO of Special Olympics Oregon, about her amazing organization, as well as the upcoming culinary event, The Bite Of Oregon, a fund-raiser SOO.
competitions organ chef stage -- chef's table deserved million Portland to guard cuisine . Much much more of course. We can pass is only ten box -- to undergo multiple days spend the ten boxing you can come and go as you please. Daily admission is eight box twelve and under are free -- bring the family. It is three dollar entry for the first three hours of Friday and Sunday. So it's it's a -- it's very affordable you know take some money take your kids put on some sun screen go down and Joyce and find the food and wine and of course. All benefits the wonderful organization Special Olympics organ. And of course you can find out all about
Oregon 150 Executive Director, Mellisa McDonald, talks about the Oregon Sesquicentennial celebrations still to come.
chances are if your interest is art or culture or fair or. Cuisine you're gonna find something and you're gonna find it on a weekend or a week today it's it is everywhere which is