Ted and I were traveling overseas during the inaugural Feast Portland 2012, and I salivated from afar as Oregon’s lavish bounty was shared with the world and splashed across the internet. In 2013, I wistfully wished to be tasting flavors and sharing stories in person…but I was occupied with the primary mission of getting to know (and feed!) my new little person, babyOregonian, who joined our family just two days before the Feast kick-off.
The third year was the charm! This time, 2014, I was so happy to make good on the mission to experience this terrific new Portland tradition and to share the fun with friends at home and around the world.
For peeks into the festivities, see my updates from:
and my ultimate favorite: Tillamook Brunch Village
For the next few days: updates from my time at @FeastPortland ~ A Celebration of Oregon Bounty (and arguably "the best food festival in the country"). Many thanks to #bonappetit #feastpdx #traveloregon #travelportland and the rockstar crew coming together to toast the best that Oregon has to offer. And thanks to Feast for supporting #nokidhungry and #hungerfreeoregon through the #whywefeast initiative. See you downtown!🍴
Head to Feast’s website for details on their Fighting Hunger Campaign and while you’re there, scroll through the who’s-who list of chefs, restaurants, and producers participating in Feast 2014. This post sponsored by Feast Portland. All opinions and ridiculous excitement over delicious food are entirely my own.