Home · Articles · By JOANNA MILLER
 

Restaurant Guide 2008


Food Reviews & Stories
Both veterans and virgins of kimchi and bulgogi—not to mention serious meat eaters and vegetarians—can dine in harmony at this upscale Nob Hill outpost of Korean cuisine. Make a meal of a refreshing salad (carrots, avocados and cucumbers are dressed in light yet flavor-packed dressings)    More
 
Wednesday, October 15, 2008 JOANNA MILLER

Restaurant Guide 2008


Food Reviews & Stories
At the Daily’s Northwest 13th Avenue location, this light-filled eatery decked out with lime-green plastic chairs and simple wood tables serves artful grilled and cold sandwiches (roast chicken with basil pesto and roasted tomato jam; tuna salad with wasabi mayo and cucumbers) as well as salad   More
 
Wednesday, October 15, 2008 JOANNA MILLER

Restaurant Guide 2008


Food Reviews & Stories
Chef Vitaly Paley’s 13-year-old bistro continues to rack up accolades: a James Beard award and high marks in Zagat’s, Gourmet and The New York Times, to name a few. Why? Because this is a damn good restaurant. With a seasonally evolving stock of local, top-quality ingredients and what ma   More
 
Wednesday, October 15, 2008 JOANNA MILLER

Mmmmm Pie. Double Mmmmm, PIE OFF!


Apple or peach? Pumpkin or sweet potato? Banana cream or chocolate chiffon? And the biggest bone of contention—crust: all-butter? Crisco? Lard? Graham cracker or ginger snap? Double crust or Dutch crumb? The possibilities, clearly, are vast, and opinions about what version of...   More
 
Wednesday, August 27, 2008 by JOANNA MILLER

Concession Obsession

A sugar rush for this blockbuster season.


Headout
The cost of being a rule-abiding moviegoer conforming to “no outside food” policies can be as tough to swallow as a box of stale gummi worms, and coughing up $3.50 for a box of Sugar Babie ...   More
 
Wednesday, July 16, 2008 JOANNA MILLER

Loaf, American-Style

Little T is baked in the U.S.A.


Food Reviews & Stories
“Get Your Buns In Here!” This command was printed on the T-shirt that my friend was required to wear to her job at a popular bakery in a mountain resort town. The double entendre runs thro ...   More
 
Wednesday, July 2, 2008 JOANNA MILLER

Freeze, Please

Cool Moon scoops up PDX’s ice cream dreams.


Food Reviews & Stories
After a whole summer spent lamenting the lack of a real old-fashioned ice cream shop, Portlanders welcomed the Pearl District’s Cool Moon Ice Cream, which finally opened its doors in mid-Decembe ...   More
 
Wednesday, February 27, 2008 JOANNA MILLER

Cravings: Oatmeal Cookies

Taste-testing the best of the city’s oats-and-raisins set.


Featured Stories
In the cookie community, it’s chocolate chip that seems to get all the attention—it’s Marcia to the oatmeal cookie’s Jan, casting a shadow over its less-popular sister. But the ...   More
 
Wednesday, November 21, 2007 JOANNA MILLER

David Briggs

Portland’s mad chocolate scientist reveals his bacon-infused secrets.


Q & A
“I don’t like sugar all that much,” David Briggs announces. Now, I’m a certifiable sugar addict, so I don’t have much trust in those who disdain my drug of choice, nor d ...   More
 
Wednesday, October 31, 2007 JOANNA MILLER

Restaurant Guide 2007


Food Reviews & Stories
Walking through Gilt’s gold-curtained doors into the brick-red dining room—an intimate space comprising lush, high-backed booths, glamorous chandeliers and gorgeous servers on bustling Northwest Broadway—and you’ll think you’ve entered Frank Sinatra’s secret hideo   More
 
Wednesday, October 17, 2007 JOANNA MILLER
Top Articles from JOANNA MILLER
No articles in this section
 

Web Design for magazines

Close
Close
Close