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A former Taco Time in Southeast Portland is being transformed into a restaurant called Super Deluxe. But what is it?

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If you want to eat Salt and Straw in the sky, you will need to buy a first class-cross country ticket on Alaska Airlines.

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Brown rice takes an eternity to cook, and it's important to get that perfect chewy texture. Here, the rice begins its journey to greatness on the stovetop and then gets transferred to the oven for gentle, even heating.

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Kids as young as 2 can start playing with kitchen tools such as wooden spoons and rinsing produce in the sink.

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If you're looking for the perfect spot to watch the 2018 FIFA World Cup, we've got you covered. Here is our growing list of bars and restaurants that plan to air World Cup games.

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A downtown food cart owner accused of a racist attack on a customer earlier this week released two rambling videos Friday, discussing the incident.

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Many favorite dishes will remain, though look for the menu format to change, plus a new brunch rolling out this fall.

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The time had come.

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Now with more beer.

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It's unlikely any tainted lettuce is still in stores or people's homes, given its short shelf life. But there can be a lag in reporting, and reports of illnesses have continued to come in.

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As locals get ready to welcome summer, local doughnut shops are gearing up for a holiday that, to them, is the Mardi Gras of Portland.

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Everything you need to know about Feast Portland 2018, including a major change to one of the festival's flagship events.

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Portland is expected to adopt new rules this summer requiring businesses with drive-thru windows to serve customers who arrive on foot or by bicycle, under specific circumstances.

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There are a surprising number of gluten-free choices at this popular fast food chain. Find out what's safe to order.

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The chef, who recently has been known more for controversy than her cooking, says the decision to sell Ray is bittersweet.

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If you so desire, you can go at 8 a.m.on Monday and eat raw oysters with French fries and a cold beer.

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The new flavors -- Spinach & Roasted Mushroom and Tuscan Style Chicken -- bring an exciting twist to the frozen pizza case

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The truck took a winter hiatus, but now it's back at its original location.

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The Euro-inspired menu features good charcuterie, cheese and tinned fish hand-selected by specialty foods expert Brenda Crow.

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Plus, a major update on the chef's condition.

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It's unlikely that anyone currently has edible romaine lettuce that's contaminated with the toxic strain of E. coli bacteria sickening people nationwide since March, the CDC says. If not exactly a thundering signal of "all clear," it's pretty close.

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La Luna Cafe, the hotly anticipated seven-day-a-week brunch spot taking over the former Simpatica Cafe space, will open its doors Wednesday.

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The victory comes less than three weeks after workers at a Burgerville in Southeast Portland approved an historic union vote.

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And it means the end for one of Portland's best new restaurants of 2017.

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Shanghai's Best serves three dumplings per day. Stick to the pull-apart sheng jian bao.

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There are few times in a woman's life when she's more aware of her health than while she's pregnant.

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It's not too late to plan the perfect brunch for Mom.

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This Pacific Northwest chef scored a rare double victory for his groundbreaking restaurant at the so-called "Oscars of Food."

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Late-night hours, new fritters and the return of the fried chicken doughnut, right this way

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Health advocates have long argued for calorie counts on menus, claiming they are both good for public health and good for business.

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