After a brutally hot summer, milder fall weather has finally arrived. That means it’s time for soup! Yesterday we shared a trio of recipes from Portland author Ivy Manning’s terrific new cookbook "Easy Soups From Scratch With Quick Breads to Match," including Many Mushroom and Quinoa Soup; Mussel Stew With Bacon, Cider and Cream; Lamb Meatball, Garbanzo Bean, Lentil and Tomato Soup. But our soup game runs deep.
When the seasons shift from summer to fall, Portland food writer Ivy Manning starts rethinking what’s for dinner. “The second the kids go off to school, the leaves start to fall and you get your jeans out again. The first thing I do is get the soup pot out,” she says. “Soup is the most-complete food I can think of. It’s so filling and warm.”Manning features some of her favorite soups in the new cookbook “Easy Soups From Scratch With Quick Breads to Match” ($24.95, Chronicle Books, 176 pages).
Dueling protests took to the streets of downtown Portland and Vancouver Sunday, with right- and left-wing demonstrators squaring off. The conservative group Patriot Prayer gathered at Vancouver's Landing Amphitheater on the Columbia River, while antifascist protesters chanted behind police lines nearby. Meanwhile, dueling protests occurred in downtown Portland's Terry Schrunk Plaza and at Tom McCall Waterfront Park, and Portland police reported they made seven arrests.
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Selecting a term
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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