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McDonald's now offers a 24-hour delivery service right to your doorstep

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Homegrown Smoker, a popular vegan barbecue cart in North Portland's Mississippi Marketplace pod, has closed after a fire broke out early Thursday.

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The newly opened Wailua Shave Ice brings fluffy shave ice to downtown Portland.

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Oregon could see its first 100-degree days of the summer this weekend. You can beat the heat with dishes that can be grilled outside, or don't require turning on the stove or oven.

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We asked Zilla Sake co-owner Kate Koo for a beginners' guide to discovering the Japanese liquor. Here are her recommendations.

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Taylor Railworks, the new American restaurant from former Little Bird chef Erik Van Kley and partner Gabriela Ramos, will close, the restaurant announced Wednesday.

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Few other American cities have embraced the Japanese rice wine more than Portland.

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By next summer, both chains are planning to open locations in Bend's Robal Road Village along Highway 97.

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The top 10 places for BBQ in the Portland area.

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Duane Sorenson, the pioneering founder of Stumptown Coffee Roasters, is poised to return to the coffee world later this year with a new independent Portland roaster.

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With warmer weather finally back in the forecast, here's a bucket list of dishes and drinks to get you through this Portland summer.

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Russell Street BBQ's second location is up and running, this time on Southeast Belmont Street.

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Father's Day is this Sunday, which is a perfect excuse for firing up the grill. Let dad sit back and relax while you make one of these 25 great recipes for burgers and other spicy grilled fare.

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The top 10 places to eat in Portland right now.

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In Oregon, food carts and restaurants promoting their "Alabama-style barbecue" have made occasional appearances over the years. But recently, smoked chicken and mayo-based sauces have cropped up everywhere.

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After a cool spring, some of Oregon's best crops are getting a chance to shine, including strawberries, asparagus and artichokes. Here's what to look for, along with recipes for using the bounty.

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Recent James Beard Best Chef(s) Northwest winners Greg Denton and Gabrielle Quinonez Denton wheeled a wood-fired grill onto their Northeast Portland steakhouse's parking lot to sling Argentine-style choripan sandwiches at Ox Box.

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This weekend, Tucci of Lake Oswego owners Gregg Matteucci, David Regan and Suzanne Regan will open the long-awaited Buckman Public House, a nearly 300-seat "Oregon" restaurant with a large patio and bar.

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Whether it's in Oregon or Central Texas, let us help you plan your next barbecue road trip.

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With vegetarian-friendly snacks and a whole-animal pork program, this new bar in the former Bushwhacker Cider space has something for everyone.

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Even if you don't plan on attending one of Portland's two major upcoming Spanish food festivals, there's no reason you can't live La Vida Tapa any day of the year.

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Building off the legacy of Tapeo and the blockbuster success of Toro Bravo, Portland is now home to a number of Spanish restaurants -- *well, basically 10 -- serving dishes from Barcelona, Madrid, AndalucĂ­a and more.

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You don't need a festival to eat your way around the Iberian peninsula in Portland. Here's where to find classic Spanish fare any time of year.

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Can Font, the Michelin-recognized restaurant 45 minutes outside of Barcelona, just opened a second location in Portland, a huge boost for the city's Spanish food scene.

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Here's a vegan version of a dish that blends curried sauce, rice noodles and vegetables.

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Portland has found itself at the center of a national controversy after the recent closure of a two-day-a-week burrito pop-up accused of cultural appropriation. We talked to four Portland chefs and the community coordinator at the Portland Mercado about their thoughts and experiences.

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Enoch Aggray's food cart serves jollof rice, fried plantains, seared chicken and other crowd-pleasing West African dishes.

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A Portland man, inspired by a man who is working to end school lunch debt in Seattle, has started a GoFundMe to end lunch debt in Portland.

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Grilling purists say nothing can ever beat the flavor from charcoal.

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This is likely the most difficult column I have ever composed. For the last 24 years, I have written to my friends and colleagues through this newspaper feature.

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