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By the Editors of Food & Wine Magazine

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Portland's Secret Holiday Cookie Club

Holiday Cookie Potluck

The cousins behind Salt & Straw are collaborating on holiday cookies with Portland, Oregon's best food artisans.

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The Usual

Portland is Brewing Amazing French-Style Farmhouse Ales

Chef Aaron Barnett of St. Jack is all about local Portland, Oregon, breweries like Breakside. 

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Where to Drink Next

8 Excellent New Wine Experiences in Oregon's Willamette Valley

Stoller's super-sustainable new winery is powered by 236 solar panels on the roof.

The Willamette Valley is big—it’s 150 miles long and 60 miles wide—yet its tasting rooms have an intimate, artisanal feel. And, of course, phenomenal Pinot Noir.

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New Slideshow

12 Best New Places to Eat and Drink in Portland, Oregon

Here, 12 amazing new restaurants that are showing off prime Oregon ingredients in both global dishes and reinvented American classics.

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America's Most Wanted

This Little Piggy’s Foot Was Slow-Roasted

How St. Jack's Aaron Barnett made pig's foot irresistible. 

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America's Most Wanted

The Ultimate Cuban Sandwich by Way of Portlandia

At Bunk, Portland’s temple of sandwich worship, chef Tommy Habetz Portlandizes the classic cubano. 

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Expert Travel Guide

Portland's Best Places to Drink Wine

Chef Vitaly Paley

F&W's October issue is dedicated to wine. Here, fantastic spots to drink it in Portland, Oregon.

The Bent Brick
A gastropub by F&W Best New Chef 2004 Scott Dolich, offering more than a dozen Pacific Northwest wines on tap. thebentbrick.com

Higgins
The best place in town to try reserve vintages from producers like Eyrie. higginsportland.com

Imperial
Chef Vitaly Paley's new modern Pacific Northwest restaurant. Kimberly Paley's wine list is an A–Z guide to the top Willamette Valley producers. imperialpdx.com

Raven & Rose
A historic carriage house from the 1880s, beautifully renovated, with wood-oven, farmhouse cooking. The wine list includes Abacela and other producers from southern Oregon, an up-and-coming part of the state. ravenandrosepdx.com

Sauvage
An offshoot of the adjacent Fausse Piste urban winery, this tiny oeno-pub serves local game and seafood alongside its small-production, naturally fermented wines. sauvagepdx.com

Related: Fantastic Portland Restaurants
Portland Travel Tips
Chef Jenn Louis's Insider Portland Guide

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