John: This scenery is gorgeous.
Sarah: Yeah, it’s the Willamette Valley - so many vineyards producing award-winning wine here.
John: Ah, so we’re almost in Portland! Our Test Kitchen buddy Emily Taylor grew up here, and she told me about this amazing meal—
Sarah: Way ahead of you, John. The one at the winery where they used the pinot noir in a sauce for the pork?
John: Yeah, yeah, I was thinking we could do the same thing with—
Sarah: Verjus, yep, made from unripe wine grapes. The tartness on the pork is INSANE. And then—let me guess. Thai-inspired lettuce cups?
John: Yes! Portland is such an incredible melting pot of cultures, and I’ve had the tastiest, mmm, the freshest...
Sarah: John! Stop drooling out the window and peel rubber!
Q: Portland is home to the world’s smallest…
A: Park! Mills End Park, which is a 452 square inch circle, is the world’s smallest park, as recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records. Does it get quirkier than that?
Oregon Wine-Country Inspired Pork Chops & Farro
with Sour Cherry Pan Sauce
Portland-Inspired Chicken Lettuce Cups
with Jasmine Rice & Garlic-Soy Sauce (for customers on 2 serving plan only)
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