[Local writer and Food Lover's Guide to Portland scribe Liz Crain was nice enough to nibble her way through the Time to Market showcase on WW's behalf.]
all of those already mentioned electrical appliances used to warm food samples blew a fuse and one line of the fluorescents lighting the whole shebang went out.
Polly J. Wilson's fiery, smoked pepper Hell Dust was the first thing we tried and it was great. She served samples of dry rubbed pork, tofu pate and cream cheese spread with it.
Hazelnut cream buckeyes from the Voracious Herbivore.
Voracious Herbivore's dairy-free, wheat-free dark chocolate + hazelnut butter goodness.
Vine to Brine had all sorts of tasty samples including a kick ass caramelized fennel and onion relish.
Vine to Brine's sweet pickled onions.
Linda Chaplik's Oh, Goodness! gluten-free brownies. Her peppermint chocolate brownies were my favorite.
6th Grain's finger millet noodles were good but hard to eat with your fingers.
In case you don't know what finger millet is, it's smaller than traditional millet.
Lauren's Quinoa Cakes were simple and good.
The room at 7:30 pm. Wish I had a close-up of sweaty brows. It wasn't just the food that cooked...
BY LIZ CRAIN.