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This week for $10 Eats, I headed to an old standby: Wild River Pizza & Brewing. It’s always nice to visit a familiar place with the intent of trying something new. It’s also risky, which is why I suppose it’s easy to stick to a favorite. When you take the

One senses that Gill Anderson, winemaker at Platt Anderson Cellars in Ashland, takes the phrase, “It’s never going to happen,” as inspiration rather than a deterrent. He established Ashland’s first “urban” winery despite the doubts and regulatory hurdles of assorted local and state agencies in 2013. Now he is on

Quick, what kind of wine pairs best with an aged gouda? How about this one: How many cheesemakers are there in the state of Oregon? Luckily, the region’s biggest cheese festival is happening March 18 and 19 at Rogue Creamery in Central Point—and can answer these and other burning cheese

In Ashland? Drop by this Eclectic Eatery if You’re Looking for a Quick Bite Ashland has no shortage of quick, affordable food. Often times it’s even healthy and locally-sourced. One such place that offers this type food is Ruby’s, an eclectic eatery on North Pioneer Street. Located in a green

They are not doing things the easy way at Rogue Kombucha in Grants Pass, which, for the kombucha drinking public of the Rogue Valley, is fortunate. “We create and craft all of our flavors from scratch,” says Chris Leach, Rogue Kombucha’s owner, as he cleans up after a morning’s production

Brewing beer requires four basic ingredients: water, malted barley, hops, and yeast. Starting a business has four basic parts, too: the product/service, distribution, marketing, and customer service. At Osmo’s Alehouse, a new brewery and tasting room on downtown Medford’s South Central Avenue opened in January by Southern Oregon natives Nick

For a satisfying burger head to a parking lot in Grants Pass On a rainy day about a week ago, customers made their way towards a red food truck in a parking lot behind the post office in Grants Pass. At the window, owner Brian Callahan made talk with regulars,

In Ashland, February means Restaurant Week and a chance for chefs to flex their creativity. Last year, 19 restaurants participated. This year, the Chamber of Commerce, which organizes the event, expects even more restaurants. With this in mind, we thought it was the perfect time to learn more about some

Jefferson Public Radio usually delivers auditory delights to listeners, from “American Routes” to “World Cafe.” On February 9th, JPR will offer gustatory sensations instead at its 36th Annual Wine Tasting at the Ashland Springs Hotel. Nearly 40 Oregon wineries will pour everything from Cabernets to Tempranillos accompanied by delectable treats

On the far end of Grants Pass, tucked behind Wheeler Toyota, Si Casa Xpress serves up Mexican fare in a drive-through-focused setting. Patrons can walk up to a window and order, but the majority of the business is done via car and speakerphone. Locals know to take Union Ave or