Food, Wine and Beer

No other state in the US produces a wider variety of crops than Oregon. The Willamette Valley is considered one of the most fertile regions in the world. Many fruits and vegetables are grown organically. Vineyards and microbreweries can be found throughout the state. So when you come to visit make sure that you not only see all of Oregon, make especially sure that you taste all that Oregon has to offer.

Cooking Schools

More and more travelers are choosing to cook on vacation. That is because cooking schools are a fun way to hone your culinary skills, learn about the gastronomical habits of the place you are…

Microbrews

In 1985, Oregon passed its brewpub law, allowing for the production, sale and consumption of beer on the same premises – and the microbrew revolution began. Today, Portland alone has the most micro…

Salmon and Dungeness Crab

Chinook salmon is the famous fish of the Pacific Northwest. If you enjoy fish, you simply cannot leave Oregon without sampling a fresh Chinook steak. It tastes even better when you catch it…

Taste the Products Local Chefs Rave About

The cuisine of the Pacific Northwest is deeply influenced by the abundance of locally available ingredients. The sea provides fresh salmon and halibut, Dungeness crab, clams and oysters. The…

Wine tasting

With over 300 wineries and over 700 vineyards, Oregon is one of the top wine producers in the United States. The Willamette Valley not only is at the same latitude as the Burgundy region in France,…

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