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I told Eater Maine how I would like to see the world changed with food…

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Eater relaunched its site design today. From Eater Maine: To mark the relaunch of Eater today, the Features team compiled a collection of seventy-two of the best ideas for how people around the world are or how they plan to or how they want to change the world through food. A lot of the ideas are incredibly earnest. […]

Thomas Pisha-Duffly’s Family Feast at Grace Restaurant

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Family Feast is a pop-up dinner event imagined and executed by Thomas Pisha-Duffly. It features large format plates of Indonesian cuisine served to communal tables. The most recent installment happened at the beautiful Grace Restaurant in Portland, Maine, which we were delighted to attend and photograph.  [Note: This post originates from Knack Factory, which contains a robust […]

Shift Drinks: Jason Loring of Nosh and Slab

Shift Drinks is a Knack Factory photo series that features some of our favorite folks in food and hospitality telling us stories about their preferred cocktails and how they got into the industry. Featured in the photos are chefs, servers, proprietors and other industry professionals as well as the construction of their drinks of choice. […]

Check out the Taste of Congress Tour tomorrow

Just a heads up for those of you who enjoy casual dining, getting a little social and learning some new things: There is a Portland Taste Tour scheduled for tomorrow, and if you have not already attended you really should consider going. I did in August (when it operated under the name Dishcrawl Portland) and […]

Here are some ways you can celebrate New Year’s in Portland, Maine, my friends.

Are you looking for ways to ring in 2013 in Portland? Here I present a robust handful of suggestions. At SPACE Gallery, there will be Mexican wrestling (Super Lucha Explosiva), DJ sets (Nan’l Meiklejohn and Gabe FM) and video projections (David Meiklejohn). I usually end up at SPACE Gallery on New Years Eve and I […]