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Salt & Straw has issued a voluntary recall for pints of its Chocolate Gooey Brownie flavor after learning that the chocolate used might contain peanuts.

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The move further consolidates Portland operations for the Thai restaurant chain, which once boasted restaurants in New York and Los Angeles.

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Dustin Knox of Chicken & Guns remains on leave two weeks after a racially charged altercation blew up on social media.

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Also, a fudge recipe with little mess and no candy thermometer? Yes, please.

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Whether you slice summer tomatoes for salads or cook them into sauces, one rule remains constant: Don't bury the star ingredient.

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Forty years after founding the company, Bob Moore, now 89 years old, is stepping down.

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The beef, pork and poultry salads and wraps were distributed nationwide by Caito Foods of Indianapolis and sold by Walgreens, Trader Joe's and Kroger, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service.

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Can you have a gluten-free grocery store order using deliver-to-your-door services?

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If you throw basil, tomato and mozzarella on a plate and call it Caprese, these tips are for you.

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Homemade hummus has no preservatives, real fresh flavor and the proper amount of tahini.

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RingSide Fish House will close its doors on Aug. 12.

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Plans for a fourth Portland-area Chik-fil-a have been approved, according to a Facebook post from the City of Tigard.

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Camas Davis, founder of the Portland Meat Collective, will discuss "Killing it" July 24 at Powell's City of Books.

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Starbucks' first signing store in the United States will hire 20 to 25 deaf, hard of hearing and hearing partners with the requirement that they all be proficient in American Sign Language.

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Domaine Serene, the Yamhill County winery, said this week it would now fly customers from downtown Portland to Dundee.

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Fans of the restaurant, one of The Oregonian/OregonLive's top 40 picks of 2018, have until July 31 to have dinner or shop the deli case at the Cully neighborhood spot.

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Malt, primarily made using barley, can legitimately be present in a gluten-free product. But how?

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National Ice Cream Day is being celebrated all week by Oregon dairy farmers and ice cream makers participating in the "Scoop It Forward" campaign that encourages people to perform random acts of frosty kindness July 15 through July 22.

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A Finnish brewery sold out its quirky beer inspired by the Trump-Putin summit. "A couple of good beers can help any negotiations," said RPS Brewing CEO Samuli Huuhtanen.

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Kargi Gogo goes from cart to brick-and-mortar next week, bringing kachapuri, kinkhali and veggie walnut dips to the former Big Egg space.

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Who's ready for some al pastor tacos carved off the trompa?

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This was the year America imported the neo-bistro, the French concept of a casual, wine-focused restaurant from chefs who could aim for Michelin stars, but would rather not.

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Don't let any hidden sources of gluten ruin the next time you grill out for a barbecue.

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The "it" list for foodies in 2018 includes spicy drinking vinegars, with an entry from Portland's Fire Brew.

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Inspired by a new wave of wine bars in Paris and London, three top Portland restaurants each opened a wine-focused restaurant next door to their flagships. So what's going on?

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Oregon's famous Hermiston watermelons are back in season and growers anticipate they will start picking in earnest this week.

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While the warming trend is pushing some hotter wine regions out of optimum temperature range, it has made places like Oregon more suitable.

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A sports utility vehicle and a TriMet bus were involved in an early morning crash in Southeast Portland.

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Going gluten-free can be a challenge. Check out these tips for making it a little easier.

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This recipe from Alex Levin, the Washington-based executive pastry chef of the Schlow Restaurant Group, hits all the notes you want in a coffee cake: Fluffy, soft, cinnamony and good-looking.

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