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SLANG and CANNOLIS


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GENTLE READERS, Lest you imagine that Miss Dish operates in a vacuum outside the concerns of the very readers who have MADE HER WHAT SHE IS TODAY, read on to see how a crafty Miss Dish fan enacte ...   More
 
Wednesday, February 19, 2003 Caryn B. Brooks

Reservations and Cambodian Riots


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GENTLE READERS,Monique Siu of Castagna called Miss Dish to tell her that Cafe Castagna will be open seven nights a week starting Feb. 17 and that if she's heard rumors that Castagna is closing (sh ...   More
 
Wednesday, February 12, 2003 Caryn B. Brooks

PORT LAND


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GENTLE READERS, Recently Miss Dish got a call from Jim Dixon, this guy whose name you might recognize from these very pages because he's written about food for WW for almost as long as Miss Dish ...   More
 
Wednesday, January 29, 2003 Caryn B. Brooks

True or False?


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GENTLE READERS,Everyone loves a game of fun and chance. Play along in this brute contest of fact vs. fiction, spoiled vs. fresh, butter vs. Parkay.1) Mark "Survivor" Burnett has sunk his fangs into ...   More
 
Wednesday, January 22, 2003 Caryn B. Brooks

Little Reviews, Little Places


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In place of the usual squawk and rattle, little reviews of little places that you just might like:Chef to Go Black truck, corner of Southwest Park Avenue and Yamhill Street. 10 am-3 pm-ish weekda ...   More
 
Wednesday, January 15, 2003 Caryn B. Brooks

The Hungry Gene


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GENTLE READERS, You eat. A lot. At breakfast you're planning lunch. At lunch you're planning dinner. At dinner you're planning a midnight snack. You're constantly aware of food around you, and yo ...   More
 
Wednesday, January 8, 2003 Caryn B. Brooks

Like Sand Through the Hourglass


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GENTLE READERS, As much as people like things that are bright, shiny and new, humans are essentially fear-based creatures who cringe at change. Attracted are we to the new restaurant featuring cu ...   More
 
Wednesday, December 18, 2002 Caryn B. Brooks

Make Olive Oil, Not War


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GENTLE READERS, Oil. It's on a lot of people's minds. True, certain regions seem to have a stronghold on the stuff, making us slaves to their affections. And while olive oil may not seem worth hav ...   More
 
Wednesday, December 11, 2002 Caryn B. Brooks

Identity Crisis


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GENTLE READERS, It's so nice to see you all again. After her annual whirlwind tour of the East Coast, including stops in New York City and Philadelphia, Miss D. is pleased to be back in Portland, ...   More
 
Wednesday, November 27, 2002 Caryn B. Brooks

STEPPING STONES, BROKEN BRIDGES

Plus--vegetarian moral crisis averted, J&M evolved, pizza empire sprouted.


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GENTLE READERS, This week, Li'l Miss Dish has learned some really grown-up stuff. She learned that, like the college campus from which Li'l Miss Dish was recently sprung, the outwardly appearing ...   More
 
Wednesday, November 20, 2002 Kim Colton
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