22 racks of pork ribs eaten for our ultimate Portland rib burn-off.
You can’t eat ribs without dirty fingers and a munged-up
face. They’re just about the only food that even a princess still has to
gnaw off the bone like a Bengal tiger. It takes hours to cook
The column finally gets so hungry it could eat at Arby’s
Food & Drink
Welcome to Haute-N-Ready, in which John Locanthi, Willamette Week’s trencherman of leisure, tastes the hastily made, modestly priced food of the common man.If you’ve been anywhere near a TV recent weeks, you’ve undoubtedly stumbled upon a series of commercials. A row of sandwiches piled high with meat—two kinds of meat!—or savory Texas brisket on a sweet Hawaiian roll, each culminating with ...
James Gang BBQ Sauce Jamesgangbbq.com.
When Pam and Jesse James opened a
barbecue restaurant in Lincoln City in 1993, they decided to create
all-new recipes, including their own homemade ba
Food Cart Reviews
After dark, as the eateries begin to close and dim, the
sprawling Carts on Foster lot begins to look less like a food pod and
more like a spooky trailer park—the sort of backwater roadside spot
1625 NE Killingsworth St., 281-3700, podnahspit.com.
[BEST BARBECUE] Podnah’s is the
classic case of a neighborhood joint made good. Now firmly ensconced in
their large, airy space in North Por
Food Cart Reviews
Who has two thumbs, bad-ass heavy-metal
beards and huge piles of smoked meat? These Guys Brooklyn. The titular
guys are hirsute co-owners David Enfield and Ben Hildreth, who serve
smoked pork an
Smokehouse 21 isn't Podnah's. But the pork is great.
Food Reviews & Stories
The koozies are genius. There’s something inexplicably
decadent and wonderful about a restaurant offering a cushy foam barrier
to keep your beer cold and your hand warm. Sipping $2 cans of PBR f