Welcoming Tamara Belgard to the Culinary Treasure Network Family!

Tamara Belgard Culinary Treasure Network Contributor

Welcoming Tamara Belgard to the Culinary Treasure Network Family!

We are delighted to welcome Tamara Belgard to the Culinary Treasure Network family!

Over the course of the next 12 months Tamara will be creating content for us.

Tamara’s primary assignment will be to write articles for The Noteworthy Wine Journal.

Given Tamara’s vast skill set don’t be surprised if she also writes a few travel articles for our Savory Travel Adventures website, and joins Steven Shomler as a special co-host on the Culinary Treasure Podcast.

Here is a link to the webpage that lists all of Tamara Belgard’s Culinary Treasure Network content: https://www.culinarytreasure.com/tamara-belgard-culinary-treasure-network-contributor/

 

Tamara Belgard’s Bio

Tamara Belgard is a freelance journalist based in Portland Oregon with a long history in the Oregon wine scene. When not chasing down stories for publications like The American Wine Society, The Oregonian, Wine Press Northwest, Oregon Wine Press, SIP Northwest, NW Travel and Life, Portland Monthly, and Eater PDX, you might stumble upon her traipsing through wine country, exploring new restaurants, perusing her local farmers market, pouring over cookbooks, or searching out hidden gems from the racks of her favorite wine shops

Contact Tamara Belgard

Email –  [email protected]

Follow Tamara Belgard

Website – http://www.satiatepdx.com/

Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/satiatepdx/

 

Tamara Belgard Culinary Treasure Network Contributor

Posted in Noteworthy Wine Journal, Tamara Belgard Culinary Treasure Network Contributor, Wine | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

de Garde Cellars – A Brand-New Winery on The Oregon Coast

The Noteworthy Wine Journal

de Garde Cellars – A Brand-New Winery on The Oregon Coast

On Thursday July 22, 2021, de Garde Cellars debuted their very first wine – Rose No. 1.

See this link to read the Noteworthy Wine Journal article about Rose No. 1:

Rose No. 1 From de Cellars – The Review & The 411  https://www.culinarytreasure.com/rose-no-1-from-degarde-cellars-the-review-the-411/

de Garde Cellars is brought to you by the fine folks at de Garde Brewing – a world class brewery located in Tillamook, Oregon on the Oregon Coast. See below for links to Culinary Treasure Network content about de Garde Brewing.

Wednesday July 21, 2021 was the day that de Garde Brewing broke the news about de Garde Cellars via the de Garde Brewing Instagram account. See the very end of this article to read the full text from that Instagram post.

On Friday July 23, 2021 I had the privilege of speaking with de Garde Co-founder Trevor Rogers about de Garde Cellars and here is some of what I learned:

de Garde Cellars Tidbits

Trevor and Linsey (de Garde’s other Co-founder) have wanted to make wine for a very long time and finally in 2017 they began taking the steps needed to begin their winemaking journey.

Rouge No. 1 (2018 vintage) will be the next de Garde Cellars release. Look for this wine to be released late summer or early fall (2021). Rouge No. 1 will be a red blend that will be approximately 57% Mourvèdre and 43% Syrah & Grenache.

For at least the next few years de Garde Cellars wine will only be sold at the de Garde Brewing taproom.

The current plan is for de Garde Cellars to release 2 to 3 wines in 2022.

Trevor shared that when the Instagram post announcing de Garde Cellars came out he was touched by all the encouraging words of support he received from both brewers and winemakers.

Trevor also told me that when it came to de Garde Cellars they had held “their cards very close to their vest” and he was glad to finally be able to go public with this news.

While we were talking, I mentioned the phrase I have heard from many winemakers “It takes a lot of beer to make wine” Trevor laughed with amusement and immediately shared that he often says, “It takes a lot of wine to make beer.”

 I closed out my interview with Trevor by asking him to give me one word describing how he feels about de Garde Cellars and with much enthusiasm in his voice he said, “very excited.”

I thoroughly enjoyed the bottle of Rose No. 1 I had Friday night and I am so looking forward to more wine from de Garde Cellars.

Cheers,

Steven Shomler 

Links with more information about de Garde Brewing

de Garde Brewing – A World Class Brewery on the Oregon Coast – https://craftbeertreasure.com/de-garde-brewing-a-world-class-brewery-on-the-oregon-coast/

Craft Beer Podcast Episode 132 – Trevor Rogers de Garde Brewing – https://www.thecraftbeerpodcast.com/trevor-rogers-de-garde-brewing-craft-beer-podcast-episode-132/

Address

de Garde Cellars is located at 114 Ivy Ave, Tillamook, OR 97141

Follow de Garde Brewing

 Website – http://www.degardebrewing.com/home.html

 Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/deGardeBrewing

 Instagram  –  https://www.instagram.com/degardebrewing/

 

Text From the deGarde Brewing Wednesday July 21, 2021 Instagram Post Announcing  de Garde Cellars:

“Introducing de Garde Cellars

We’re ecstatic to announce not just the existence of our winemaking endeavors, but also the first ‘fruits’ of our efforts under the new de Garde Cellars label.

It’s no secret that our brewery has been inspired by wine as much as spontaneously fermented beer. Honestly, our passions were wine-centric before we found beer with a similar sense of place.

Today, we have the pleasure of sharing our efforts.

‘Rose No. 1’ is our first release.

It is a lovely wine that could have come from nowhere else.
We brought in the grapes from ‘The Rocks District of Milton Freewater’ AVA on the Oregon side of the Washington border. Though it’s part of the greater Walla Walla AVA, this tiny portion is unique. To our palates, more so than any other region we’ve found.

The whole grape clusters were macerated by foot in oak tanks, and the free run juice was run into amphorae. A long, natural fermentation with native yeast ensued, with further conditioning on the lees.

The final composition is a unique representation of location and intent.

It presents ripe notes of strawberry and watermelon, cherries, and a hint of maraschino. It’s lent a further complexity from the growing region and the amphora; pronounced aromas of freshly broken river rocks, along with subtle hints of iron and a delicate savory aspect.
Soft, but bold, with enough balancing acid to keep it refreshing, though serious.

No fining, no filtration, and no added yeast, nutrient, or enzyme. Minimal sulfites were added, only at bottling.

Our practices of low intervention, manual processing, and avoidance of additives would likely resonate with those in a firmly natural camp. Really though, we’re just trying to make the best wine possible.
These endeavors are not an afterthought, nor a side project to our brewery.
Hopefully, they represent the vineyard well, and resonate with the drinker.

We hope you enjoy it as much as we do, and we’re looking forward to sharing something (perhaps) even more exciting in the near future…”

 

See this link to read the Noteworthy Wine Journal article about Rose No. 1https://www.culinarytreasure.com/rose-no-1-from-degarde-cellars-the-review-the-411/

 

deGarde Cellars – A Brand-New Winery on The Oregon Coast The Noteworthy Wine Journal

deGarde Cellars – A Brand-New Winery on The Oregon Coast The Noteworthy Wine Journal

 deGarde Cellars – A Brand-New Winery on The Oregon Coast The Noteworthy Wine Journal

 

The Noteworthy Wine Journal  Celebrating Wine, Wineries, Winemakers, & More

Follow The Noteworthy Wine Journal

Webpage – https://www.culinarytreasure.com/noteworthy-wine-journal/
Please Note: For now, Noteworthy Wine Journal articles are posted to the This is Culinary Treasure website.

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/NoteworthyWineJournal/

Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/noteworthywinejournal/

The Noteworthy Wine Journal is brought to you by the Culinary Treasure Network

The Noteworthy Wine Journal

Posted in Adventures on The Oregon Coast, Noteworthy Wine Journal, Wine, Winery | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Rose No. 1 From de Garde Cellars – The Review & The 411

The Noteworthy Wine Journal

Rose No. 1 From deGarde Cellars – The Review & The 411 The Noteworthy Wine Journal

Rose No. 1 From de Garde Cellars – The Review & The 411

 Rose No. 1 – The Review

Many times, people scoff at Rose as déclassé, but that is a mistake. Rose doesn’t have to be cheap, sickeningly sweet, or just a basic boring white wine cloaked in pink color for looks. Roses can have depth and interest and character – like Rose No. 1 from de Garde Cellars.

Brand new on the market, their first offering is a delight to behold and to drink. The color is not the bubble gum pink of the grocery aisles or the salmon color of southern French roses, but a light rosy red that has depth and intrigue.

When I drink this wine, I am transported back to summer trips to Spain, France, and Portugal where young and vigorous wines like this are plentiful and made for day drinking.

Spontaneous fermentation gives Rose No. 1 a slightly effervescent charm and wild quality that makes it authentically American; Bold, but not unrefined and would pair well with a European style picnic. Think charcuterie and stinky cheeses on a sunny patio at 4 pm – this wine can stand up and hold it’s own.

KC Shomler

 

Rose No. 1 From deGarde Cellars – The Review & The 411 The Noteworthy Wine Journal

Rose No. 1 – The 411

On Thursday July 22, 2021, de Garde Cellars debuted their very first wine – Rose No. 1. 

See this link to read The Noteworthy Wine Journal article about de Garde Cellars:

de Garde Cellars – A Brand-New Winery on The Oregon Coast  https://www.culinarytreasure.com/de-garde-cellars-a-brand-new-winery-on-the-oregon-coast/

The grapes for Rose No. 1 come from the Rocks District of Milton-Freewater AVA on the Oregon side of the Washington border. The Rocks District of the Milton-Freewater AVA is a sub-appellation of the Walla Walla Valley AVA, which itself is a sub-appellation of the Columbia Valley AVA.

Rose No. 1 is only available at the de Garde Brewing taproom in Tillamook, Oregon on the Oregon Coast.

I spoke with Trevor Rogers about Rose No. 1, and it is his current opinion that this wine will be best enjoyed either right now or in the next 1 -2 years.

Trevor speculates this wine will still be very drinkable in 4 or 5 years, however it will most likely be a “different” wine in 4 or 5 years when compared to what it is right now.

Steven Shomler

Rose No. 1 Notes From the Winemaker:

The whole grape clusters were macerated by foot in oak tanks, and the free run juice was run into amphorae. A long, natural fermentation with native yeast ensued, with further conditioning on the lees.

It presents ripe notes of strawberry and watermelon, cherries, and a hint of maraschino. It’s lent a further complexity from the growing region and the amphora; pronounced aromas of freshly broken river rocks, along with subtle hints of iron and a delicate savory aspect. Soft, but bold, with enough balancing acid to keep it refreshing, though serious.

No fining, no filtration, and no added yeast, nutrient or enzyme. Minimal sulfites were added, only at bottling.
Our practices of low intervention, manual processing, and avoidance of additives would likely resonate with those in a firmly natural camp. Really though, we’re just trying to make the best wine possible.”

See this link to read the Noteworthy Wine Journal article about de Garde Cellars:

de Garde Cellars – A Brand-New Winery on The Oregon Coast  https://www.culinarytreasure.com/de-garde-cellars-a-brand-new-winery-on-the-oregon-coast/

Rose No. 1 From deGarde Cellars – The Review & The 411 The Noteworthy Wine Journal

Rose No. 1 From deGarde Cellars – The Review & The 411 The Noteworthy Wine Journal

Rose No. 1 From deGarde Cellars – The Review & The 411 The Noteworthy Wine Journal

Rose No. 1 From deGarde Cellars – The Review & The 411 The Noteworthy Wine Journal

 

The Noteworthy Wine Journal  Celebrating Wine, Wineries, Winemakers, & More

Follow The Noteworthy Wine Journal

Webpage – https://www.culinarytreasure.com/noteworthy-wine-journal/
Please Note: For now, Noteworthy Wine Journal articles are posted to the This is Culinary Treasure website.

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/NoteworthyWineJournal/

Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/noteworthywinejournal/

The Noteworthy Wine Journal is brought to you by the Culinary Treasure Network

The Noteworthy Wine Journal

 

Posted in Adventures on The Oregon Coast, KC Shomler Culinary Treasure Network Contributor, Noteworthy Wine Journal, Oregon Coast, Wine, Winery | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Threshold Brewing Zapiekanka – Your Next Craving Episode 003

Threshold Brewing Zapiekanka – Your Next Craving Episode 003 by Steven Shomler Culinary Treasure Network

Threshold Brewing Zapiekanka – Your Next Craving Episode 003

This episode of Your Next Craving is all about Threshold Brewing’s Zapiekanka.

Join us as Host Steven Shomler and Threshold Brewing’s Sara & Jarek Szymanski tell you all about this incredible dish!

To watch this video hit the play button in the center of the image below.

Your Next Craving – Celebrating Culinary Delights You Will Love!

 

 

Your Next Craving 411

Your Next Craving is hosted by Steven Shomler and is brought to you by the Culinary Treasure Network.

 

Follow Your Next Craving

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/Your-Next-Craving-114710960435348

Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/yournextcravingshow/

 

Your Next Craving – Celebrating Culinary Delights You Will Love!

 

#YourNextCraving    #Zapiekanka

Posted in Brewery, Your Next Craving | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

A Whiskey & Hot Chocolate Cocktail You Don’t Want to Miss – Three Creeks Brewing Sisters, Oregon

A Whiskey & Hot Chocolate Cocktail You Don’t Want to Miss – Three Creeks Brewing Sisters, Oregon This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

A Whiskey & Hot Chocolate Cocktail You Don’t Want to Miss – Three Creeks Brewing Sisters, Oregon 

I spent part of Spring Break 2021 staying at Black Butte Ranch in Central Oregon. This was a family trip and not a work trip so my time seeking out culinary delights was limited.

That being said – I was able to locate a stellar cocktail and a fantastic pastry (see this link for more about the pastry – https://www.culinarytreasure.com/sisters-bakery-almond-bear-claws-a-culinary-gem-you-dont-want-to-miss/ )

My good friend Brian Yaeger recently moved to Bend, Oregon with his awesome family.

Since I was going to be in Central Oregon – Brian’s new stomping ground, a couple of weeks before spring Break 2021 I reached out to him to see if we could maybe meet up for a beer.

Brian is a very good craft beer writer, a craft beer Author, & a contributor to Craft Beer Treasure so I know that Brian would have a great suggestion for a place for us meet up and raise a pint.

Sisters, Oregon is about 15 minutes or so from Black Butte Ranch, and about 25-30 minutes from Bend.

Brian suggested that we meet up at Three Creeks Brewing in Sisters. Three Creeks brews up some really good beer so I knew that I would have a great beer or two while Brian and I visited and caught up.

I did not expect that I would come across a stellar cocktail.

We were sitting outside, and it was around 40 degrees out. I started out with a pour of TCBC Imperial IPA. Goodness I enjoyed that beer!

A Whiskey & Hot Chocolate Cocktail You Don’t Want to Miss – Three Creeks Brewing Sisters, Oregon This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

Hot Chocolate and Whiskey

When I was perusing the menu to pick out my beer, I had noticed a cocktail made with hot chocolate and whiskey.

Like I said, it was 40 degrees out and we were sitting outside. A steady breeze picked up and that warm cocktail began calling my name.

I said, “what the heck” and I ordered it – a warm beverage sounded really good right then.

A Whiskey & Hot Chocolate Cocktail You Don’t Want to Miss – Three Creeks Brewing Sisters, Oregon This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

WOW! I was stunned by how good the Skrewdolph cocktail was!

The Skrewdolph is made with Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey, hot cocoa, whipped cream, and a chuck of Belgium chocolate.

I loved this cocktail so much that I have made tentative plans to head back out that way this fall and film an episode of my show Your Next Craving about it.

My Recommendation – if you like cocktails and you find yourself anywhere near Sisters, Oregon or even if you are just driving through Sisters on your way to or from Bend – stop at Three Creeks Brewing. Have a beer & a meal, and for dessert order yourself a Skrewdolph and thank me later!

Below is information on Three Creeks Brewing and a few photos from my visit there.

Cheers,

Steven Shomler

This is Culinary Treasure – Discovering and Celebrating Culinary Treasure You Will Love

#GoHaveMagnificentMeals

 

 Three Creeks Brewing

Address 721 S Desperado Ct, Sisters, OR 9775

Website https://www.threecreeksbrewing.com/

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ThreeCreeksBrewing/

Instagram  https://www.instagram.com/threecreeksbrewing/

A Whiskey & Hot Chocolate Cocktail You Don’t Want to Miss – Three Creeks Brewing Sisters, Oregon This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler A Whiskey & Hot Chocolate Cocktail You Don’t Want to Miss – Three Creeks Brewing Sisters, Oregon This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

A Whiskey & Hot Chocolate Cocktail You Don’t Want to Miss – Three Creeks Brewing Sisters, Oregon This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

A Whiskey & Hot Chocolate Cocktail You Don’t Want to Miss – Three Creeks Brewing Sisters, Oregon This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler A Whiskey & Hot Chocolate Cocktail You Don’t Want to Miss – Three Creeks Brewing Sisters, Oregon This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler A Whiskey & Hot Chocolate Cocktail You Don’t Want to Miss – Three Creeks Brewing Sisters, Oregon This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

A Whiskey & Hot Chocolate Cocktail You Don’t Want to Miss – Three Creeks Brewing Sisters, Oregon This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler A Whiskey & Hot Chocolate Cocktail You Don’t Want to Miss – Three Creeks Brewing Sisters, Oregon This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler A Whiskey & Hot Chocolate Cocktail You Don’t Want to Miss – Three Creeks Brewing Sisters, Oregon This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler A Whiskey & Hot Chocolate Cocktail You Don’t Want to Miss – Three Creeks Brewing Sisters, Oregon This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler A Whiskey & Hot Chocolate Cocktail You Don’t Want to Miss – Three Creeks Brewing Sisters, Oregon This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler A Whiskey & Hot Chocolate Cocktail You Don’t Want to Miss – Three Creeks Brewing Sisters, Oregon This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler A Whiskey & Hot Chocolate Cocktail You Don’t Want to Miss – Three Creeks Brewing Sisters, Oregon This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

Posted in Central Oregon, Cocktails, Whiskey | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Sisters Bakery Almond Bear Claws – A Culinary Gem You Don’t Want to Miss!

Sisters Bakery Almond Bear Claw – A Culinary Gem You Don’t Want to Miss! This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

Sisters Bakery Almond Bear Claws – A Culinary Gem You Don’t Want to Miss!

I spent part of Spring Break 2021 staying at Black Butte Ranch in Central Oregon. This was a family trip and not a work trip so my time seeking out culinary delights was limited.

That being said – I was able to locate a fantastic pastry and a stellar cocktail (see this link for more info about the cocktail – https://www.culinarytreasure.com/a-whiskey-hot-chocolate-cocktail-you-dont-want-to-miss-three-creeks-brewing-sisters-oregon/)

Sisters, Oregon is about 15 minutes or so from Black Butte Ranch, and during this trip I was lucky enough to make a run into Sisters for groceries. While there I made a stop at Sisters Bakery and WOW!

The Almond Bear Claw at Sisters Bakery is an eminently delightful pastry!

The level of crunch and texture is perfect, lots of almonds, and just the right amount of not-too-sweet glaze.

Please Note – in addition to the Almond Bear Claws there are lots of wonderful baked goods at Sisters Bakery – Pies, Breads, Donuts, Scones, etc.

My Recommendation – if you find yourself anywhere near Sisters Bakery, or even if you are just driving through Sisters on your way to or from Bend – stop at Sisters Bakery.

Get yourself one of the Almond Bear Claws to devour right then, and also pick up a pie, or a dozen donuts, or a loaf of their Cinnamon Swirl Bread or a loaf of their Jalapeno/Pepper Jack Cheese Bread to take with you.

Below is information on Sisters Bakery and a few photos from my visit there.

Cheers,

Steven Shomler

This is Culinary Treasure – Discovering and Celebrating Culinary Treasure You Will Love

#GoHaveMagnificentMeals

 

Sisters Bakery

Address 251 E Cascade Ave, Sisters, Oregon 97559

Website https://www.sistersbakery.com/

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/sistersbakeryoregon

Instagram  https://www.instagram.com/sistersbakeryoregon/

Sisters Bakery Almond Bear Claw – A Culinary Gem You Don’t Want to Miss! This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

Sisters Bakery Almond Bear Claw – A Culinary Gem You Don’t Want to Miss! This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler Sisters Bakery Almond Bear Claw – A Culinary Gem You Don’t Want to Miss! This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler Sisters Bakery Almond Bear Claw – A Culinary Gem You Don’t Want to Miss! This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler Sisters Bakery Almond Bear Claw – A Culinary Gem You Don’t Want to Miss! This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler Sisters Bakery Almond Bear Claw – A Culinary Gem You Don’t Want to Miss! This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler Sisters Bakery Almond Bear Claw – A Culinary Gem You Don’t Want to Miss! This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler Sisters Bakery Almond Bear Claw – A Culinary Gem You Don’t Want to Miss! This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler Sisters Bakery Almond Bear Claw – A Culinary Gem You Don’t Want to Miss! This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler Sisters Bakery Almond Bear Claw – A Culinary Gem You Don’t Want to Miss! This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler Sisters Bakery Almond Bear Claw – A Culinary Gem You Don’t Want to Miss! This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

Sisters Bakery Almond Bear Claw – A Culinary Gem You Don’t Want to Miss! This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler Sisters Bakery Almond Bear Claw – A Culinary Gem You Don’t Want to Miss! This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler Sisters Bakery Almond Bear Claw – A Culinary Gem You Don’t Want to Miss! This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

Sisters Bakery Almond Bear Claw – A Culinary Gem You Don’t Want to Miss! This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

 

Posted in Bakery, Central Oregon, Donuts, Pastries | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Chalk to Flour a Bend, Oregon Destination-Worthy Bakery!

Chalk to Flour a Bend, Oregon Destination-Worthy Bakery! Brian Yaeger Culinary Treasure Network Contributor

Chalk to Flour a Bend, Oregon
Destination-Worthy Bakery!

Unlike Portland that has so many destination-worthy doughnut shops they might as well change the nickname from Beervana to Doughnutvana, Portlanders’ playground in Central Oregon, Bend, has a dearth of doughnutteries. Kristina Serhan has changed that all from the comfort of her own home.

Chalk to Flour is her home-based bakery, or cottage-based you can say thanks to Oregon cottage laws that provide for her to make everything from cookies to cakes to those scrumptious doughnuts without a commercial store or kitchen. The only real bummer is that you can’t walk in and have your mouth water staring at a rack of chocolate-glazed hazelnut-topped doughnuts; you have to order two days in advance and either pick them up from her porch (no need for a mask as she’ll have your order boxed up and waiting for you) or you can spring for local delivery.

Chalk to Flour a Bend, Oregon Destination-Worthy Bakery! Brian Yaeger Culinary Treasure Network Contributor    Chalk to Flour a Bend, Oregon Destination-Worthy Bakery! Brian Yaeger Culinary Treasure Network Contributor

Chalk to Flour has barely been in business over a year but Serhan is garnering word-of-mouth plus lots of digital oohs and aahs via Chalk to Flour’s Instagram account.

Good thing drooling over her custom cakes is sugar and carb free. And while she’s got a menu of her staples, she’ll truly customize anything you’re craving. Can’t decide between ordering a dozen cupcakes or cookies? Get cookie dough topped cupcakes!

In addition to being a doughnut fiend, I’m a glutton for cinnamon rolls. While she’ll bake you up a half dozen classic cream cheese frosted ones, I saw she makes a chocolate babka (the greater babka?!) roll. And she embellishes it with a little orange zest if you want. Well I love chocolate and orange so Serhan over-zested mine as if she thought, “what would Brian like?” Chocolate-orange-babka-roll not your jam?

Chalk to Flour a Bend, Oregon Destination-Worthy Bakery! Brian Yaeger Culinary Treasure Network Contributor

Of course, some of her creations are a little more universal in their inspiration. Take the Oreo Roll. “I won’t lie,” says Serhan, “that was a 4/20 inspo. Like gourmet munchie food. My boyfriend only let me have half of one and devoured three on his own.”

Cheers,

Brian Yaeger Culinary Treasure Network Contributor

 Link to see all of Brian Yeager’s Culinary Treasure Network Contenthttps://www.culinarytreasure.com/brian-yaeger-culinary-treasure-network-contributor/

 

Chalk to Flour a Bend, Oregon Destination-Worthy Bakery! Brian Yaeger Culinary Treasure Network Contributor

Follow Chalk to Flour Bakery

 Websitehttps://www.chalktoflour.com/

Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/chalktoflour/

Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/chalktoflour/

 

Brian Yaeger Culinary Treasure Network Contributor

Follow Brian Yaeger

Website – https://brianyaeger.com/

Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/brianyaeger/

Twitter –  https://twitter.com/yaeger

For More Info About Brian Yaeger see this article here –  https://www.culinarytreasure.com/welcoming-brian-yaeger-to-the-culinary-treasure-network-family/

 

 

Posted in Bakery, Brian Yaeger Culinary Treasure Network Contributor, Donuts | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Welcoming Brian Yaeger to the Culinary Treasure Network Family!

Brian Yaeger Culinary Treasure Network Contributor

Welcoming Brian Yaeger to the Culinary Treasure Network Family!

We are delighted to welcome Brian Yaeger to the Culinary Treasure Network family!

Over the course of the next 12 months Brian will be creating content for us.

Brian’s primary assignment will be to write culinary articles for our This is Culinary Treasure website.

Given Brian’s vast skill set don’t be surprised if he also writes a few travel articles for our Savory Travel Adventures website and joins Steven Shomler (that’s me) as a special co-host on the Craft Beer Podcast.

Here is a link to the page that lists all of Brian Yaeger’s Culinary Treasure Network content:
https://www.culinarytreasure.com/brian-yaeger-culinary-treasure-network-contributor/

 

Brian Yaeger Culinary Treasure Network Contributor

Brian Yaeger’s Bio

Here is a little bit of info for those of you who have yet to have the privilege of meeting Brian:

Brian is a devoted Dad, loving Husband, pragmatic optimist, Author, Beer Writer, Doughnut Writer, Certified Cicerone®, Certified Cider Professional™, Founder of Grand Craft Beer, Founder of Baker’s Dozen Coffee Beers & Doughnut Festival, Teacher, and now he is also a Culinary Treasure Network contributor.

Brian is the Author of two books (so far) – Red, White, and Brew: An American Beer Odyssey (St. Martin’s) & Oregon Breweries (Globe Pequot). See below for more info about both of these books.

Brian has a third book in the works – American Doughnut and we can’t wait for that book to come out!

Contact Brian Yaeger

Brian can be reached via email –  [email protected]

Follow Brian Yaeger

Websitehttps://brianyaeger.com/

Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/brianyaeger/

Twitter –  https://twitter.com/yaeger

 

Follow Brian  Yaeger’s Projects

Grand Craft Beer

Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/GrandCraftBeer/

Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/grandcraftbeer/

Baker’s Dozen Coffee Beers & Doughnut Festival

Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/BakersDozenPDX

Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/bakersdozenpdx/

American Doughnut

Instagram –  https://www.instagram.com/americandoughnut/

Brian Yaeger Culinary Treasure Network Contributor Brian Yaeger Culinary Treasure Network Contributor

Brian’s Books

 Oregon Breweries (2014, Stackpole) is the comprehensive brewery guide to one of the nation’s largest and most creative craft brewing epicenters. Featuring profiles of 190 breweries in the Beaver State from Astoria to Ashland, the brewers and beers that make not just Portland but all of Oregon “Beervana” make this the compelling, compulsory companion to your beercation through the entire state.

Link to Purchase Oregon Breweries –  https://www.amazon.com/Oregon-Breweries-Brian-Yaeger/dp/0811712117/

Red, White, and Brew (2008, St. Martin’s) is the ultimate beer run across the United States, during which Brian Yaeger visits fourteen breweries of various sizes and talks to founders, owners, brewmasters, consumers, and anyone else he meets on his odyssey and who enjoys the making, tasting, and appreciating of brews.

Red, White, and Brew pursues the roots of brewers who brought their craft with them from their homeland and investigates how the tradition is faring today and where it may head in the future. Covering everything from fifth-generation family-run brewing companies to first-wave microbreweries, this book is a travelogue, guide, and genealogical study of beer families and homebrewers from Portland, Maine, to Portland, Oregon. It is filled with eclectic characters and shrewd businesspeople who populate an industry as old as the New World, and who produce liquid philanthropy, one keg at a time.

Link to purchase Red, White, and Brewhttps://www.amazon.com/Red-White-Brew-American-Odyssey/dp/0312383142/

 

Once again, we are delighted to welcome Brian to the Culinary Treasure Network family!

Below my signature are some photos of Brian for you to enjoy.

Cheers,

Steven Shomler

This is Culinary Treasure – Discovering and Celebrating Culinary Treasure You Will Love

#GoHaveMagnificentMeals

Brian Yaeger Culinary Treasure Network Contributor Brian Yaeger Culinary Treasure Network Contributor Brian Yaeger Culinary Treasure Network Contributor Brian Yaeger Culinary Treasure Network Contributor Brian Yaeger Culinary Treasure Network Contributor

Brian Yaeger Culinary Treasure Network Contributor Brian Yaeger Culinary Treasure Network Contributor Brian Yaeger Culinary Treasure Network Contributor Brian Yaeger Culinary Treasure Network Contributor

Brian Yaeger Culinary Treasure Network Contributor Brian Yaeger Culinary Treasure Network Contributor Brian Yaeger Culinary Treasure Network Contributor Brian Yaeger Culinary Treasure Network Contributor Brian Yaeger Culinary Treasure Network Contributor Brian Yaeger Culinary Treasure Network Contributor

Brian Yaeger Culinary Treasure Network Contributor Brian Yaeger Culinary Treasure Network Contributor Brian Yaeger Culinary Treasure Network Contributor Brian Yaeger Culinary Treasure Network Contributor Brian Yaeger Culinary Treasure Network ContributorBrian Yaeger Culinary Treasure Network Contributor Brian Yaeger Culinary Treasure Network Contributor Brian Yaeger Culinary Treasure Network Contributor Brian Yaeger Culinary Treasure Network Contributor Brian Yaeger Culinary Treasure Network Contributor

 

Posted in Culinary Treasure Network Contributor | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

A Magnificent Meal at Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana

Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

A Magnificent Meal at Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman, Montana

Goodness! I am blessed to have the opportunity to enjoy some pretty damn fine meals. The best meals that I get to devour end up becoming This is Culinary Treasure A Magnificent Meal articles.

The dinner I had last fall at Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman was one of those magnificent meals.

Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill is a fantastic place to have a cocktail, they have an amazing whiskey list, and the steaks at Copper are phenomenal!

 

Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

Appetizers and a Cocktail

The night I was there I started my evening off with a cocktail – the Dear Ol’ Dad – Eagle Rare bourbon, sugar, bitters, orange twist, big ice.

I paired my cocktail with not one but two appetizers – the pretzel bites, and the fried pickles.

Why two appetizers? Because the pretzel bites were highly recommended, and I love fried pickles!

The pretzel bites are handmade in house, and they are served with a terrific jalapeño beer cheese. Seriously these pretzel bites are effing incredible. When you go to Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill make sure that you get yourself an order of them. You will be so grateful that you did.

The fried pickles plate arrives with both pickle chips and pickle spears on it. If you like pickles – don’t hesitate to order this dish.

Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

Two Stellar Entrees 

For my entrée I ended up having both the Ribeye and the Steak Frites. Yes, that’s two entrees, but hey I am a highly trained professional.

I LOVE a good ribeye and the ribeye that Chef John Wallace serves up at Copper is everything that you want in a ribeye. I had my ribeye topped with sautéed mushrooms. I do love mushrooms.

About the Steak and Frites – I was blown away by how good this dish was! The steak was a marinated hanger steak and WOW! I still think about that steak.

I can’t wait to get back to Bozeman, head over to Copper and order myself another plate of Steak and Frites. Not only was the steak outstanding, the fries were perfectly cooked.

I was pleasantly surprised with how incredibly good the wine by the glass offering were at Copper. I had a glass of a French malbec that I really, really enjoyed.

Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

Dessert!

For dessert I had the Copper Old Fashioned and the vanilla bean crème brûlée.

The Copper Old Fashioned features Bulleit Rye, sugar, bitters, cherry, and orange. My two favorite cocktails are a Gin Martini and an Old Fashioned. I am pretty picky about both of those cocktails and my standard are very high.

The Copper Old Fashioned exceeded my standards and it was very well made.

The crème brûlée – Oh Baby! – my only regret is that I didn’t order two of them.

Had I done that I would have enjoyed my second helping of crème brûlée with a shot of either Blanton’s Single Barrel bourbon, or a shot of Nikka Coffey Grain whisky.Mamny

Many thanks to Miranda Elise Bond – Miranda was my server and she was both delightful and very knowledgeable.

Get yourself to Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill and have yourself a wonderful meal!

Below are links to the Copper website and social media accounts.

Below my signature is more than 30 photos from my visit to Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill.

Lastly when you visit the Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill sure to order the pretzel bites and thank me later!

Follow Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill

Website https://coppermontana.com/bozeman

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/CopperWhiskeyBarGrill

Instagram  https://www.instagram.com/copperwhiskey/

Address

Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill is located at 101 E. Main St Bozeman, MT 59715

Adventures in Bozeman

Adventures in Bozeman

To see all of my Bozeman centric content – Culinary Podcasts, Craft Beer Podcasts, as well as Travel articles, and This is Culinary Treasure articles go to www.AdventuresInBozeman.com

Cheers,

Steven Shomler

This is Culinary Treasure – Discovering and Celebrating Culinary Treasure You Will Love

#GoHaveMagnificentMeals

 

Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

 

Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

Miranda Elise Bond

Miranda Elise Bond Bozeman Montana

 

 

Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

 

Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

A Magnificent Meal at Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana

Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler

 

 

Posted in Adventures in Bozeman, Bozeman, Bozeman Montana, Cocktails, Magnificent Meals, Restaurant, Steakhouse, Whiskey | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Simply Stellar! Riverside Fish & Chips Nehalem Oregon on the Oregon Coast

Riverside Fish & Chips Nehalem, Oregon on the Oregon Coast Culinary Treasure Network Steven Shomler

Simply Stellar! Riverside Fish & Chips Nehalem Oregon on the Oregon Coast

A few weeks ago, I spent a few days on the Oregon Coast creating content for the Culinary Treasure Network.

On this particular day I had spent the morning in Tillamook at de Garde Brewing recording an episode of the Craft Beer Podcast with de Garde Co-founder Trevor Rodgers.

By the time I was leaving de Garde it was lunchtime, and I was more than ready to eat.

I decided to head North to Nehalem and check out Riverside Fish & Chips. I am sooo glad I did!

The food was exquisite, and the setting was so very pleasant.

It is my current understanding that Sharon and Gordy have been running Riverside Fish & Chips for 6 years now. I have also heard that maybe they had had some help getting started from a local Oregon Coast culinary luminary. I would love to have them as guests on the Culinary Treasure Podcast and hear their story.

Riverside Fish & Chips Nehalem, Oregon on the Oregon Coast Culinary Treasure Network Steven Shomler

The Fish

I got the 3-piece basket (cod) and goodness the fish was perfect. I get the joy of eating quite a number of meals while I am on my culinary and travel adventures, and one of the ways I gauge how much I enjoyed a certain meal or dish is by how often I think of it days later.

I have thought of this meal quite a number of times since that day, and even right now I wish that I had a Riverside Fish & Chips 3-piece basket it in front of me. I would devour it.

Scroll to end of this article and check out the photos I took. The fish tastes even better than it looks in those photos.

Riverside Fish & Chips Nehalem, Oregon on the Oregon Coast Culinary Treasure Network Steven Shomler

The Chips

I do love me some good fries. True confession time – I ALWAYS add salt to my fries. I even add salt to McDonalds’ fries. These fries were perfectly seasoned. Not salty per se, just really well seasoned. Fantastic flavor.

Oh, I was fully prepared to add salt to them, however for the first time as far back as I can remember I didn’t add want to add anything to these fries. Additionally, they were a perfect complement to the fish.

Riverside Fish & Chips Nehalem, Oregon on the Oregon Coast Culinary Treasure Network Steven Shomler

Tartar Sauce ~ Coleslaw ~ Ketchup

I do love a good tartar sauce and the tartar sauce they serve at Riverside Fish & Chips is as good as any that I have ever had.

The coleslaw was terrific, and I began to suspect that they were not simply selling premade food purchased from a food wholesaler that they scooped out of a big plastic container.

I did see that the menu had the word “homemade” next the word “slaw”, however not every place that makes the “homemade” claim is really doing homemade.

One clue that they really were making things from scratch was that my wonderful coleslaw had craisins in it. Such a delightful addition!

I was thrilled to see that the ketchup that they were serving was Portland Ketchup Company ketchup. A good ketchup makes all the difference and Portland Ketchup Company makes top shelf ketchup.

Riverside Fish & Chips Nehalem, Oregon on the Oregon Coast Culinary Treasure Network Steven Shomler

 

The Setting

The setting is so lovely. First of all, you get to follow a special path through a narrow alley to get to Riverside Fish & Chips.

After you place your order, you can take a seat at one of the picnic tables sitting out in the sunshine. Do that and you will find yourself right next to the Nehalem River and the view looking out toward the river is just enchanting.

They also have a few tables under cover for those very few days that it rains on the Oregon Coast. Yes – that’s a joke. I know that it rains A LOT on the Oregon Coast. If you are headed to the Oregon Coast, bring layers and a good rain jacket just to be safe.

My kids were quite young when we moved to Portland in 2004 and I can’t tell you how times I said to them as they were getting into the car as we are heading out – “do you have a little jacket with you?”

If they didn’t, they had to go back into the house and get one. They didn’t have wear it, but they had to have one with them. The ONLY exception to this was if the forecast called for the temperature to be 100 degrees or more that day.

Like I said if you are going to the Oregon Coast, make sure that you bring a little jacket with you.

How Good Was Riverside Fish & Chips?

Riverside Fish & Chips was stellar – 4 out of 4 Bonfires.

I have had a number of really good fish & chips meals on the Oregon Coast – to date the best fish & chips meal I have had on the Oregon Coast was at Riverside Fish & Chips in Nehalem, Oregon.

How Good Was It? This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler BonfireHow Good Was It? This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler BonfireHow Good Was It? This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler BonfireHow Good Was It? This is Culinary Treasure Steven Shomler Bonfire

PHOTOS – Scroll down to see more than 20 photos from my visit to Riverside Fish & Chips in Nehalem, Oregon on the Oregon Coast

Address

Riverside Fish & Chips is located at 35915 Hwy. 101 N. Nehalem, OR 97131

Follow Riverside Fish & Chips

Website – N/A

Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/riversidefishnchips

Instagram – N/A

That’s all I have for now!

Cheers,

Steven Shomler

This is Culinary Treasure – Discovering and Celebrating Culinary Treasure You Will Love

#GoHaveMagnificentMeals

Adventures on The Oregon Coast

Adventures on The Oregon Coast

To see all of Steven Shomler’s Oregon Coast content – Culinary Treasure Podcasts, Craft Beer Podcasts, as well as Travel articles and This is Culinary Treasure articles go to www.AdventuresOnTheOregonCoast.com

 

PHOTOS

I invite you to enjoy these photos from my visit to Riverside Fish & Chips in Nehalem, Oregon on the Oregon Coast:

 

Riverside Fish & Chips Nehalem, Oregon on the Oregon Coast Culinary Treasure Network Steven Shomler

 

Riverside Fish & Chips Nehalem, Oregon on the Oregon Coast Culinary Treasure Network Steven Shomler Riverside Fish & Chips Nehalem, Oregon on the Oregon Coast Culinary Treasure Network Steven Shomler Riverside Fish & Chips Nehalem, Oregon on the Oregon Coast Culinary Treasure Network Steven ShomlerRiverside Fish & Chips Nehalem, Oregon on the Oregon Coast Culinary Treasure Network Steven Shomler Riverside Fish & Chips Nehalem, Oregon on the Oregon Coast Culinary Treasure Network Steven Shomler

Riverside Fish & Chips Nehalem, Oregon on the Oregon Coast Culinary Treasure Network Steven Shomler Riverside Fish & Chips Nehalem, Oregon on the Oregon Coast Culinary Treasure Network Steven Shomler Riverside Fish & Chips Nehalem, Oregon on the Oregon Coast Culinary Treasure Network Steven Shomler Riverside Fish & Chips Nehalem, Oregon on the Oregon Coast Culinary Treasure Network Steven Shomler

Riverside Fish & Chips Nehalem, Oregon on the Oregon Coast Culinary Treasure Network Steven Shomler Riverside Fish & Chips Nehalem, Oregon on the Oregon Coast Culinary Treasure Network Steven Shomler Riverside Fish & Chips Nehalem, Oregon on the Oregon Coast Culinary Treasure Network Steven Shomler

Riverside Fish & Chips Nehalem, Oregon on the Oregon Coast Culinary Treasure Network Steven Shomler

Riverside Fish & Chips Nehalem, Oregon on the Oregon Coast Culinary Treasure Network Steven Shomler

Riverside Fish & Chips Nehalem, Oregon on the Oregon Coast Culinary Treasure Network Steven Shomler Riverside Fish & Chips Nehalem, Oregon on the Oregon Coast Culinary Treasure Network Steven Shomler Riverside Fish & Chips Nehalem, Oregon on the Oregon Coast Culinary Treasure Network Steven ShomlerRiverside Fish & Chips Nehalem, Oregon on the Oregon Coast Culinary Treasure Network Steven Shomler Riverside Fish & Chips Nehalem, Oregon on the Oregon Coast Culinary Treasure Network Steven Shomler Riverside Fish & Chips Nehalem, Oregon on the Oregon Coast Culinary Treasure Network Steven Shomler Riverside Fish & Chips Nehalem, Oregon on the Oregon Coast Culinary Treasure Network Steven Shomler Riverside Fish & Chips Nehalem, Oregon on the Oregon Coast Culinary Treasure Network Steven Shomler Riverside Fish & Chips Nehalem, Oregon on the Oregon Coast Culinary Treasure Network Steven Shomler

Riverside Fish & Chips Nehalem, Oregon on the Oregon Coast Culinary Treasure Network Steven Shomler

 

Posted in Adventures on The Oregon Coast, Fish & Chips, Food Truck | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment