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/

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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

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A Magnificent Meal at Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana

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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!

 

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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.

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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.

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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

 

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A Magnificent Meal at Copper Whiskey Bar & Grill Bozeman Montana

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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

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

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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

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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:

 

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4 Year Single Vineyard Pinot Noir Vertical & 4 Amazing Bites! Erath Tasting Room Spring Wine Flight Portland, Oregon

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4 Year Single Vineyard Pinot Noir Vertical & 4 Amazing Bites! Erath Tasting Room Spring Wine Flight Portland, Oregon by Steven Shomler This is Culinary Treasure Culinary Treasure Network

 

4 Year Single Vineyard Pinot Noir Vertical & 4 Amazing Bites! Erath Tasting Room 2021 Spring Wine Flight Portland, Oregon

Wow! Just Wow! If you live anywhere near the Portland, Oregon metro area and you love wine, you need to get yourself over to the Erath Tasting Room and enjoy their 2021 Spring wine flight!

This wine flight features a very good chardonnay, and 4 pours of Erath’s Bishop Creek Pinot Noir – 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016. To top it off each one of these amazing pinots come from the same vineyard – Yamhill-Carlton District.

It’s a delightful and enlightening experience to see how the terroir, sun, rain, etc. impacts the same grapes vines each year over the course of four years.

But wait – there is even more amazement to be had! Each of those 4 Pinots are paired with an exquisite bite.

Jennifer Willis is the incredibly talented Tasting Room Manager at Erath. Jennifer and her team collaborated with Lauren Carr & Josh Ferguson with Artemis Foods and together the bites they came up with are simply stunning.

Bite #1 Squash Crostata – pureed tetsukabuto, kale pesto caramelized onion, and toasted chèvre (photo below)

Bite #2 Tillamook Cape Meares Aged Cheddar (photo below)

Bite #3 Stuffed Cremini Mushroom – marinated mushroom, wild mushroom mousse, Olympia Provisions pork rillette (photo below)

Bite #4 Blue Cheese Truffle – Cascadia Creamery  glacier blue, poppy seed, pick peppercorn, culatta ham (photo below)

Trust me on this – you don’t want this enrapturing culinary experience.

Don’t wait – every two to three months the wine flight at Erath changes and you don’t want to miss this one! Please see this link for details about visiting the Erath Tasting Room – https://www.erath.com/winery/tastingroom

The Erath Tasting room is located at 1439 NW Marshall St, Portland, OR 97209 – https://www.erath.com/winery/tastingroom

I invite you to enjoy the photos below that I took during my recent visit to the Erath Tasting Room.

Cheers,

Steven Shomler

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

#EnjoyYourLife #DrinkGreatWine #PortlandOregon

#GoHaveMagnificentMeals

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4 Year Single Vineyard Pinot Noir Vertical & 4 Amazing Bites! Erath Tasting Room Spring Wine Flight Portland, Oregon by Steven Shomler This is Culinary Treasure Culinary Treasure Network

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Hapa PDX Karaage (Japanese Fried Chicken) – Your Next Craving Episode 002

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Hapa PDX Karaage (Japanese Fried Chicken) – Your Next Craving Episode 002

This episode of Your Next Craving is all about Hapa PDX’s Karaage (Japanese Fried Chicken).

Join us as Host Steven Shomler and Hapa PDX’s Michael Littman 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!

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The Winter Wedge Cheese Extravaganza – Help the Cheese Farmers! Wait… Whut?

The Cheesemakers Were Helped!

The Cheesemakers Were Helped! Update 12/22/2020

The Cheesemakers Were Helped!

On Dec 14th We published a couple of Culinary Treasure Network videos/articles we made with Katie Bray the incredible Director of the Oregon Cheese Guild.

The Oregon Cheese Guild had a good-sized number of their winter cheese tasting kits, or “Winter Wedge Cheese Extravaganza Gift Bags” as I called them, that they were hoping to sell to support local Oregon Cheesemakers.

I am delighted to share with you that each and every one of those 5 1b Winter Wedge Cheese Extravaganza Gift Bags” has been sold!!!

Thank you so much to everyone who purchased one!

The list of local Oregon Cheesemakers who were helped include – ByGeorge Farm, Don Froylan Creamery, Face Rock Creamery, La Mariposa, Nestucca Bay Creamery, Portland Creamery, Rogue Creamery, TMK Creamery, Walla Walla Cheese Company and Willamette Valley Cheese!

Lastly – Many thanks to Tillamook for all they did behind the scenes to help make this happen!

Cheers,

Steven Shomler

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The Winter Wedge Cheese Extravaganza - Help the Cheese Farmers! Wait... Whut?

The Winter Wedge Cheese Extravaganza – Help the Cheese Farmers! Wait… Whut?

This video (see below) is all about the Oregon Cheese Guild’s Winter Wedge Cheese Extravaganza – 5 lbs of amazing artisan cheese!

During this video you will hear from Katie Bray Director of the Oregon Cheese Guild, and Steven Shomler Founder of the Culinary Treasure Network.

You can purchase your Winter Wedge Cheese Extravaganza here:  https://www.merctickets.com/events/109676590/the-winter-wedge-portland-celebrates-cheese-for-the-holidays

Use code “wwfriend” to save $15

You can pick up your Winter Wedge Cheese Extravaganza at a central location in Portland Oregon, or in Salem, Oregon on December 18, 21, or 22.

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

 

The Winter Wedge Cheese Extravaganza Includes These Culinary Treasures

By George Farms French Picnic Fromage Blanc, Don Froylan Queso Botanero,
Face Rock Creamery Face2Face Mixed Milk Cheddar, La Mariposa Chubut,
Nestucca Bay Creamery Oretown-Cheddar, Portland Creamery Cranberry Orange Chevre, Rogue Creamery Brutal Blue, Tillamook 3 Years (!) of Aged Extra Sharp Cheddar: 2010, 2015, 2017, TMK Creamery Garlic Dill Cheddar Curds, Walla Walla Cheese Company Pepper Jeff, Willamette Valley Cheese Co Organic French Prairie Brie, Organic Chocolate Truffles from Whole Foods Market, Raspberry Marionberry Fruit Spread from Mt. Hope Farms, Effie’s Homemade Oatcakes, and Driftwest Water Kefir.

Click here to see the full list of the Winter Wedge Cheese Extravaganza contentshttps://thewedgeportland.com/producers-2

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 The Winter Wedge Cheese Extravaganza - Help the Cheese Farmers! Wait... Whut?

The Oregon Cheese Guild's Winter Wedge Cheese Extravaganza - How to Save $15! Culinary Treasure Network Steven Shomler

 

 

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The Oregon Cheese Guild’s Winter Wedge Cheese Extravaganza – How to Save $15!

The Cheesemakers Were Helped!

The Cheesemakers Were Helped! Update 12/22/2020

The Cheesemakers Were Helped!

On Dec 14th We published a couple of Culinary Treasure Network videos/articles we made with Katie Bray the incredible Director of the Oregon Cheese Guild.

The Oregon Cheese Guild had a good-sized number of their winter cheese tasting kits, or “Winter Wedge Cheese Extravaganza Gift Bags” as I called them, that they were hoping to sell to support local Oregon Cheesemakers.

I am delighted to share with you that each and every one of those 5 1b Winter Wedge Cheese Extravaganza Gift Bags” has been sold!!!

Thank you so much to everyone who purchased one!

The list of local Oregon Cheesemakers who were helped include – ByGeorge Farm, Don Froylan Creamery, Face Rock Creamery, La Mariposa, Nestucca Bay Creamery, Portland Creamery, Rogue Creamery, TMK Creamery, Walla Walla Cheese Company and Willamette Valley Cheese!

Lastly – Many thanks to Tillamook for all they did behind the scenes to help make this happen!

Cheers,

Steven Shomler

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The Oregon Cheese Guild's Winter Wedge Cheese Extravaganza - How to Save $15! Culinary Treasure Network Steven Shomler

The Oregon Cheese Guild’s Winter Wedge Cheese Extravaganza – How to Save $15!

Purchase your Winter Wedge Cheese Extravaganza herehttps://www.merctickets.com/events/109676590/the-winter-wedge-portland-celebrates-cheese-for-the-holidays

Use Code “wwfriend” to save $15

You can pick up your Winter Wedge Cheese Extravaganza at a central location in Portland Oregon, or in Salem, Oregon on December 18, 21, or 22.

Click here to see the full list of the Winter Wedge Cheese Extravaganza contents – https://thewedgeportland.com/producers-2

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

The Oregon Cheese Guild's Winter Wedge Cheese Extravaganza - How to Save $15! Culinary Treasure Network Steven Shomler

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The Pacific Drift – An Exquisite Cranberry Martini

The Pacific Drift - An Exquisite Cranberry Martini By Steven Shomler The Culinary Treasure Network

The Pacific Drift – An Exquisite Cranberry Martini

Earlier this fall I loaded up Luna Santorini (my beloved white RAV4) and headed north and then west.

Passing through Astoria, Oregon I crossed the Astoria-Megler Bridge over the Columbia River into Washington State where I spent a couple of utterly delightful days in and around the town of Long Beach.

While there I had some wonderful meals and incredible adventures – dinner at the Pickled Fish, hiking the next morning at Cape Disappointment State Park, lunch at the Old Fishtrap Dive Dar, I could go on. As I write those articles you can bet your bippy that I will put links here.

The Pacific Drift - An Exquisite Cranberry Martini By Steven Shomler The Culinary Treasure Network

One my stops was at Adrift Distillers. While there I was blown away by their Cranberry Liqueur.  This spirit was developed in collaboration with Starvation Alley Cranberry Farms – Washington’s first certified organic cranberry farm.

I picked up a bottle intending to use it to create a holiday cocktail.

Yesterday was Thanksgiving and I did that very thing.

The Recipe: The Pacific Drift – An Exquisite Cranberry Martini

Ingredients

Adrift Distillers Cranberry Liqueur (25%)

Reyka Vodka (75%)

Meyer Lemon Twist

3 Sugared Cranberries

Cocktail Tip – I sugared my cranberries by putting them into a small glass jar and filling it with sugar about 2 hours before making my martini.

Directions

Put on some Frank Sinatra Christmas music, sugar your cranberries, get your Meyer lemon twist into your chilled martini glass, run your sugar cranberries through with a cocktail pick.

Add  the cranberry liqueur and vodka to an ice filled shaker and shake with alacrity.

Pour into your chilled martini glass, carefully place your cranberries on the rim of the glass and enjoy!

Reyka Vodka has the cool crispness I was looking for to pair with the brightness & alluring tartness of Adrift’s Cranberry Liqueur.

Needless to say, if you get the chance to explore the Long Beach Washington Peninsula you need to stop at Adrift Distillers.

As far as Reyka Vodka goes, I look forward to someday traveling to Borgarnes and recording an episode of the Culinary Treasure Podcast with their Master Distiller Thordur Sigurosson.

Thank You Emily!

Lastly I would be remiss not to thank Emily Ross-Johnson AKA “The Gal About Town” for introducing me to Reyka Vodka.

Emily is a spirit & cocktail wizard. Follow her on Instagram to see some of the most beautiful cocktails around – https://www.instagram.com/thegalabouttown/.

Emily is also the Founder of Fern and Shaker a wonderful Portland, Oregon based cocktail company – http://www.fernandshaker.com/

 

I invite you to enjoy the photos below.

Cheers,

Steven Shomler

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#EnjoyYourLife #DrinkGreatCocktails #LongBeachPeninsula

The Pacific Drift - An Exquisite Cranberry Martini By Steven Shomler The Culinary Treasure Network

The Pacific Drift - An Exquisite Cranberry Martini By Steven Shomler The Culinary Treasure Network The Pacific Drift - An Exquisite Cranberry Martini By Steven Shomler The Culinary Treasure Network

The Pacific Drift - An Exquisite Cranberry Martini By Steven Shomler The Culinary Treasure Network The Pacific Drift - An Exquisite Cranberry Martini By Steven Shomler The Culinary Treasure Network The Pacific Drift - An Exquisite Cranberry Martini By Steven Shomler The Culinary Treasure Network The Pacific Drift - An Exquisite Cranberry Martini By Steven Shomler The Culinary Treasure Network

The Pacific Drift - An Exquisite Cranberry Martini By Steven Shomler The Culinary Treasure Network

Emily Ross-Johnson AKA “The Gal About Town”

 

Emily Ross-Johnson AKA “The Gal About Town” Emily Ross-Johnson AKA “The Gal About Town”

 

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Portland Coffee Roasters 2020 Holiday Roast – Your Next Craving Episode 001

Portland Coffee Roasters 2020 Holiday Roast - Your Next Craving Episode 001 Final Steven Shomler

Portland Coffee Roasters 2020 Holiday Roast – Your Next Craving Episode 001

This episode of Your Next Craving is all about Portland Coffee Roasters 2020 Holiday Roast!

Join us as Host Steven Shomler and Portland Coffee Roaster’s team members Mark Stell & Eva Attia tell you all about both this wonderful coffee, and the fantastic non-profit that this year’s holiday roast is supporting.

1$ will be donated to Food 4 Farmers for every bag of the 2020 Holiday Roast that is sold – https://food4farmers.org/

To watch this video hit the play button in the center of the image below, and below this image are details about how you can purchase this coffee online from anywhere in the United States.

Your Next Craving – Celebrating Culinary Delights You Will Love!

 

Purchase Portland Coffee Roasters 2020 Holiday Roast

You are welcome to purchase this coffee online from the Portland Coffee Roasters website (details below), or if you live in the Portland, Oregon metro area you can find this coffee at Fred Meyer, New Seasons, and Market of Choice.

You can also stop by the Portland Coffee Roasters Cafe located at 815 SE Oak St

Portland, OR 97214, or one of the three Portland Coffee Roaster Cafes located at the Portland International Airport AKA PDX.

 To order the 2020 Holiday Roast online from Portland Coffee Roasters

Click on this link here – https://www.portlandcoffeeroasters.com/seasonals/holiday2020/

Once you get to that page you need to scroll down to middle of that webpage and look for the small oval button that says “get your bag today”

Click on that button and a “popup” will appear and you can then add this coffee to your cart.

Also – currently this wonderful coffee is NOT featured or linked to on the front of the Portland Coffee Roasters website – so please take careful note of this link here to make an online purchase – https://www.portlandcoffeeroasters.com/seasonals/holiday2020/

 

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International Xinomavro Day Nov 1st 2020 – Enjoying a Bottle of 2016 Xinomavro From Sakalaki Winery Plagia Kilkis Greece

International Xinomavro Day Nov 1st 2020 – Enjoying a Bottle 2016 Xinomavro From Sakalaki Winery Plagia Kilkis Greece Culinary Treasure By Steven Shomler

International Xinomavro Day Nov 1st 2020 – Enjoying a Bottle of 2016 Xinomavro From Sakalaki Winery Plagia Kilkis Greece

Today – Sunday November 1st is International Xinomavro Day!

Xinomavro is a wine grape grown throughout central & northern Greece, and some say that it is the king of Greek red grapes.

The name Xinomavro comes from the words xino (sour) and mavro (black).

In the hands of talented winemakers such as Anna Sakalaki, this grape can produce a truly wonderful wine!

International Xinomavro Day Nov 1st 2020 – Enjoying a Bottle 2016 Xinomavro From Sakalaki Winery Plagia Kilkis Greece Culinary Treasure By Steven Shomler International Xinomavro Day Nov 1st 2020 – Enjoying a Bottle 2016 Xinomavro From Sakalaki Winery Plagia Kilkis Greece Culinary Treasure By Steven Shomler

International Xinomavro Day Nov 1st 2020 – Enjoying a Bottle 2016 Xinomavro From Sakalaki Winery Plagia Kilkis Greece Culinary Treasure By Steven Shomler

2016 Xinomavro From Sakalaki Winery

This evening I am lucky enough to be enjoying a 2016 bottle of Xinomavro from Sakalaki Winery, which is located in the Kilkis regional unit of Greece, about an hour north of Thessaloniki. This is such a great wine! If you have never enjoyed Xinomavro I highly encourage you to do so, especially if it is from Sakalaki Winery!

Visit Greece! 

Someday this pandemic will be behind us, and we will be able to travel the globe once again. When that day comes, I will look forward to returning to the enchanting country of Greece!

You can be certain that when I am back in Greece, I will make it a point to head back up the incredible wine region just north of the delightful city of Thessaloniki and my stops will include a visit to Sakalaki Winery.

If you want to begin daydreaming about your future trip to Greece, I encourage you to go to the Visit Greece website – http://www.visitgreece.gr/

 

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International Xinomavro Day

For more information about Xinomavro see this Wines of Greece article – https://winesofgreece.org/varieties/xinomavro/

For more information about International Xinomavro Day see this article by Yiannis Karakasis  – https://www.karakasis.mw/first-international-xinomavro-day

 

International Xinomavro Day Nov 1st 2020 – Enjoying a Bottle 2016 Xinomavro From Sakalaki Winery Plagia Kilkis Greece Culinary Treasure By Steven Shomler

Links to Follow Sakalaki Winery


Websitehttp://sakalakiwinery.com/

Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/Sakalaki.winery

Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/sakalaki_winery/

 

Anna Sakalaki Winemaker Sakalaki Winery Plagia Kilkis Greece – Culinary Treasure Podcast Episode 71 by Steven Shomler

Culinary Treasure Podcast Episode 71

Anna Sakalaki and the Sakalaki Winery were featured in Culinary Treasure Podcast Episode 71https://www.culinarytreasurepodcast.com/anna-sakalaki-winemaker-sakalaki-winery-plagia-kilkis-greece-culinary-treasure-podcast-episode-71/

 

More of my Sakalaki Winery photos can be found below!

Cheers,

Steven Shomler

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