Taste This! – Browns Basics Bakery & Eatery

For this week’s Taste This! culinary adventure, Donna Britt visits a from-scratch bakery cart in Bend’s 9th Street Village, where big flavors are coming out of the smallest kitchen you can imagine. You can visit Charley at Brown’s Basics Bakery & Eatery at the 9th Street Village at 9th and Armour in Bend. For their hours more information, visit: brownsbasics.com.

A special thanks to our sponsor, Newport Avenue Market, for giving us the time and resources to bring you this delightful culinary feature each week. Life is short. Eat good food.

Taste This! – The Ale Apothecary

For this week’s culinary adventure with Donna Britt, we are introduced to the story behind The Ale Apothecary, the vintage batch oak barrel brewery turning out handmade beer right here in Central Oregon.

A special thanks to our sponsor, Newport Avenue Market, for giving us the time and resources to bring you this delightful culinary feature each week. Life is short. Eat good food.

Origin Story: Hopped Up Jewelry

Every week we meet a Central Oregonian who turned their passion into a new creation or career path. In this week’s Origin Story, we meet Kim Markley and learn about her Hopped Up Jewelry journey.

You can shop a selection of Kim’s classic hop flower earrings at Deschutes Brewery or see her entire collection at www.hoppedupjewelry.com.

Thanks to BendBroadband for giving us the time and resources to tell the stories of Central Oregonians who have turned their passion into a profession, with a new edition of Origin Story every Monday on Central Oregon Daily News at Five.

 

Taste This! – Holm Made Toffee

This week’s edition of Taste This, Donna Britt takes us to a local artisan confectioner. It was a very sweet trip for Donna Britt this week as she heads to Bend’s Holm Made Toffee. Their recipe for this delicious treat has been in the family for more than twenty-five years

Thanks to Newport Avenue Market for giving us the resources to take weekly culinary adventures. Life is short. Eat good food!

Origin Story: Dyad Adornment Co.

Allison Roecker joins us for our weekly Origin Story segment where we meet Central Oregonians who turn their passion into a profession.

Selling plants and handmade jewelry out of an Airstream trailer outside of Spoken Moto might sound like an unconventional business model, but one Bend woman, Courtney Willis, is making it work and we guarantee you’ll want to rush over there to check it out!

The Dyad Adornment truck is open Tuesday through Saturday right outside of Spoken Moto next to the Box Factory in Bend. You can follow her on Instagram at @dyadadornmentco, and although she doesn’t have all of her inventory on her website, you can find a selection at dyadadornmentco.com.

Origin Story: Wax & Wane

Central Oregon Daily’s Allison Roecker has this week’s Origin Story where she introduces us to people who turn their passion into a profession. This week we meet the owner of Wax & Wane Candles.

Inspiration can be found everywhere and for Central Oregon native, Hannah Turner, she found her inspiration in her childhood memories by recreating the smells of the high desert.

Although Wax & Wane candles aren’t in Bend stores quite yet, you can find them on Hannah’s Etsy shop and at wwcandles.com. For more information and really pretty pictures, you can follow Wax & Wane on Instagram at @waxandwanecandles and Facebook.

Origin Story: Bushel and a Peck Organic Skincare

In this week’s Origin Story, Allison Roecker introduces us to Aimee Berg of Bushel and a Peck Organic Skincare.

Central Oregon’s high desert climate can get pretty dry. Aimee Berg saw this problem and created an all natural and organic solution that will have you tossing your lip balm collection in the garbage.

You can find Bushel and a Peck products at many different locations in Central Oregon including Newport Avenue Market, Wren and Wild and Sole Footbar. You can also find products on Aimee’s website at bushelandapeck.co.

Every Sunday on Central Oregon Daily’s new feature, Origin Story, Allison Roecker introduces us to a passionate person who is making their dreams come true. 

Supper Club: Innovation Day at OSU-Cascades

Some of Central Oregon’s most cutting-edge companies and organizations all gathered in one place today for the first-ever Innovation Day at OSU-Cascades, but three of the participants sat down with Donna Britt for a little preview of the event for this week’s Supper Club.

Preston Calicott, the CEO of Five Talent, Casey Cowan, communications director for Sudara, and the co-owner of Oregrown, Hunter Neubauer, talked about what innovation means to them.

Supper Club is sponsored by Selco Community Credit Union and Pine Tavern Restaurant.

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