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Bushwhacker's Anniversary; the Farmer's Feast Pop-Up

SOUTHEAST/BROOKLYN—Portland's first all-cider bar, Bushwhacker Cidery, celebrates its third anniversary this weekend with a free-sample party tomorrow, September 21. In addition to Bushwhacker's usual house taplist, the event will feature guest pours by Schilling, Bull Run, 2 Towns, and Snowdrift — free samples will be available from 3-6p.m., with live music and sausages by the Brooklyn House available throughout the night. More information here. [EaterWire]

PSU/PARK BLOCKS—Chef Kathryn Yeomans (who, along with Springwater Farms, launched a pop-up Soup Annex to much acclaim last year) will pop-up once again with a "Farmer's Feast" at the Saturday PSU Market. The "Cuisine du Marche" menu will offer small plates for $4 each (or three for $10), with dishes changing throughout the day. More information here. [EaterWire]

E. BURNSIDE—Chef Gabriel Rucker talks with Zagat about his new cookbook, Portland's dining scene, and the food that brings the best childhood memories: "My mom would go out of town and my dad would get a pack of frozen breaded shrimp and fry those up. And we would watch an Arnold Schwarzenegger movie. Those are fond memories, my food memories." [Zagat]

Photo of Bushwacker Cider courtesy Facebook

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