We are excited to celebrate the luscious bounty that Oregon offers with yummy food and wine, as we welcome Danielle Centoni and Kerry Newberry to the store with their recently published book Oregon Wine + Food. The book charts the history of this region's celebrated terroir through stories of its renegade winemakers and recipes from some of the best chefs across the state.
Over the past fifty years, Oregon has evolved into a top wine destination, distinguished by its ideal growing climate, offbeat sensibility, and innovative winemakers. Oregon Wine + Food celebrates this dynamic community with stories from forty of the state's most influential wine professionals alongside eighty recipes showcasing the region's bounty. With a focus on ingredients abundant in the Pacific Northwest and inspired wine pairings, this book will appeal to those who crave a taste of Oregon's magnificent and varied terroir in their glass and on their plate. Rumor has it there might be some sampling involved this evening.
Danielle Centoni is a James Beard Award-winning food editor and writer. Before moving to Portland, she was the food editor for the Oakland Tribune, where she also covered food for The Oregonian. She was also the senior editor for Imbibe magazine and editor of Eater Portland. She develops recipes for brands and national publications, including Weber and Better Homes and Gardens, and is a regular freelance writer for The Kitchn, Rachael Ray Every Day magazine, EatingWell, and Bon Appetit. Her previous books include Portland Cooks, Just a Spritz, and Fried Rice.
Kerry Newberry is a Portland-based writer who writes about food, wine, farming, and travel. She holds a master's degree in Educational Leadership for Sustainability from Portland State University and has studied with the Wine & Spirit Education Trust. Her writing has been featured in numerous publications, including Travel Oregon, Sunset, Edible Portland, The Oregonian's MIX Magazine, Forbes, Fodor's, Oregon Public Broadcasting, Wine & Spirits Magazine, and SIP Northwest. Her writing has been recognized with multiple awards and fellowships by Les Dames d'Escoffier International, Edible Communities, and the Symposium for Professional Wine Writers.
This book has been declared out of stock indefinitely, so we are unlikely to be able to get it.