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Brooke Jackson-Glidden is the editor of Eater Portland. She writes about the Portland food and beverage industry, including the labor movement, restaurant openings and closings, culinary trends, and identity politics within the kitchen. In 2023, she won the Jonathan Gold Local Voice Award at the James Beard Media Awards for her work at Eater Portland. She is also an occasional contributor to, exploring the role of food in film and television. Her work has appeared in the Boston Globe, USA Today, and the Arizona Republic, covering everything from agriculture and wine to technology and startups. She is a connoisseur of sourdough pizza and half-sour pickles.

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16 Soul-Soothing Noodle Soups in Portland

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Ask Eater, Portland’s Food-Themed Advice Column

Ask Eater: Where Can I Actually Find Great Bread in Portland?

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The New Restaurant from the Olympia Provisions Team Is a Love Letter to the Alps

Alpenrausch, opening in the space once home to Olympia Provisions Public House, will serve Pacific Northwestern takes on Alpine staples, leaning heavily on game and serving classic dishes like raclette

Fried Egg I’m in Love Will Open a Mississippi Neighborhood Restaurant

Ecliptic Brewing Will Close Its Portland Taproom After Sale

Restaurants Supporting the Portland Teachers Strike

Okay, for Real This Time, Fuller’s Has Reopened in Northwest Portland

Once Again, Stacked Sandwich Shop Is Closing — This Time, to Make Way for a Burger Shop

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Food-Filled Pacific Northwestern Day Trips Outside of Portland

Dining destinations on the Oregon Coast and in the Willamette Valley, a 24-hour guide to the Columbia River Gorge, and other ways to spend a day eating and drinking around Oregon and Southwestern Washington

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