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I love quotes that add meaning to my life. Here are a few to live by:

Avoid food products containing ingredients that a third-grader cannot pronounce.
‚ÄĒMichael Pollan

Feeding nine billion people in a truly sustainable way will be one of the greatest challenges our civilization has had to confront. It will require the imagination, determination and hard work of countless people from all over the world. There is no time to lose.
‚ÄĒJonathan A. Foley, director of the Institute on the Environment, U of MN

The surest way to capture the flavors, colors, and textures of a culture is by using authentic products.
‚ÄĒLidia Bastianich, from Lidia‚Äôs Italian-American Kitchen

The most important habit you can develop is to taste as you are preparing something. Take a sample and taste it critically at different stages of the cooking, then correct the seasonings…
‚ÄĒMarion Cunningham, from Learning to Cook

Plant a vegetable garden if you have the space, a window box if you don’t.
‚ÄĒMichael Pollan

The Left Coast

In the Kitchen with Bronwyn welcomes Corrie Austin, new to both Vermont and to the excitement and challenge of the Vermont food world. 

Crater Lake out my plane window

Crater Lake out my plane window

Having moved to Vermont in November of last year, I had not been back to my home city of Portland, Oregon¬†since.¬† In a fortunate turn of events, I was sent to the West Coast for business.¬†¬†After spending¬†four fast and wonderful days in San Francisco for work, I hopped up to Portland to see my family.¬† Now…I don’t consider myself a highly sentimental person…but flying over Crater Lake, Mt. Hood, and the Columbia River Gorge,¬†brought tears to my eyes while¬†thinking, it’s so damn pretty and I used to live here!

With my grandma, Joann, at the base of Mount St Helens

With my grandma, Joann, at the base of Mount St Helens

In a whirlwind trip, I had one brief morning in Portland before meeting the rest of my family at the base of Mt. St. Helens for a reunion.¬† With top-notch, locally-roasted coffee shops as plentiful as Starbuck in any other city, I spent the morning caffeinating myself and catching up with a wonderfully dear friend.¬† We met at Water Ave. Coffee¬†in the Industrial Southeast corner of town.¬† I sipped my beautifully crafted Portland-style cappuccino while we walked to nearby¬†J&M Caf√©.¬† If you’ve ever done brunch in Portland, you will understand the value in not waiting to dine at J&M.¬† Arguably, J&M is right¬†on par with the¬†more hectic brunch locations, where we easily would have waited two hours for a table!

Cappuccino

One of the best features¬†at J&M is¬†the¬†eclectic assortment of choose-your-own coffee mugs hanging near their self-serve coffee station, where they serve another Portland favorite, Extracto.¬† I won’t lie…I have easily spent a solid five minutes choosing my mug.¬† It’s a BIG decision!¬† With¬†a standard menu that literally hasn’t changed in the eight years I have been dining there, everything at J&M is made perfectly with locally-sourced ingredients.¬† They also have a daily specials board offering one savory and one sweet option. ¬†In¬†a serendipitous turn of events, this particular morning,¬†they were serving a mustard scramble, my absolute FAVORITE (mastered at another brunch spot down the road, usually served by a grumpy waitress with the word “BITCH” pinned on her jacket…at least she knows!) but I digress.

mug

My three-egg scramble was made with mushrooms, Tillamook¬†cheddar (the Cabot of the NW), brocolini, bacon, and mustard.¬† YUM!¬† One should not go to J&M and not have bacon.¬† As¬†a side, it comes as a 1/4″ thick hunk of deliciousness.¬† In a scramble, the pieces are equally generous and delightful.¬† Full and caffeinated,¬†my friend and I¬†walked back¬†through the city of my birth to our cars and said farewell.

Scramble

Something I learned while traveling back to my roots, is that when my trip was over, I was ready to come HOME.  To my new home, where I have started new roots.  I will always miss Portland, not in a homesick-way, but in a that-was-a-wonderful-place-to-live kind of way.  I am stoked about my new home-state and finding new favorites, and whenever I get a hankering for some Portland flair, I head to Scout & Co. Old North End for some Heart coffee, brewed in Portland.  Imagine my surprise, coming all the way across the country just to find a favorite from my past!

Until next time,

Corrie Austin

Want more??  Check out our Facebook page here!

Corrie and Mug

 

Posted: 7-23-2017

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In the Kitchen with Bronwyn welcomes Corrie Austin, new to both Vermont and to the excitement and challenge of the Vermont food world. 

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Until next time,

Corrie Austin

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In the Kitchen with Bronwyn welcomes Corrie Austin, new to both Vermont and to the excitement and challenge of the Vermont food world. 

[caption id="attachment_4382" align="aligncenter" width="520"]Crater Lake out my plane window Crater Lake out my plane window[/caption] Having moved to Vermont in November of last year, I had not been back to my home city of Portland, Oregon since.  In a fortunate turn of events, I was sent to the West Coast for business.  After spending four fast and wonderful days in San Francisco for work, I hopped up to Portland to see my family.  Now...I don't consider myself a highly sentimental person...but flying over Crater Lake, Mt. Hood, and the Columbia River Gorge, brought tears to my eyes while thinking, it's so damn pretty and I used to live here! [caption id="attachment_4383" align="aligncenter" width="520"]With my grandma, Joann, at the base of Mount St Helens With my grandma, Joann, at the base of Mount St Helens[/caption] In a whirlwind trip, I had one brief morning in Portland before meeting the rest of my family at the base of Mt. St. Helens for a reunion.  With top-notch, locally-roasted coffee shops as plentiful as Starbuck in any other city, I spent the morning caffeinating myself and catching up with a wonderfully dear friend.  We met at Water Ave. Coffee in the Industrial Southeast corner of town.  I sipped my beautifully crafted Portland-style cappuccino while we walked to nearby J&M Café.  If you've ever done brunch in Portland, you will understand the value in not waiting to dine at J&M.  Arguably, J&M is right on par with the more hectic brunch locations, where we easily would have waited two hours for a table! Cappuccino One of the best features at J&M is the eclectic assortment of choose-your-own coffee mugs hanging near their self-serve coffee station, where they serve another Portland favorite, Extracto.  I won't lie...I have easily spent a solid five minutes choosing my mug.  It's a BIG decision!  With a standard menu that literally hasn't changed in the eight years I have been dining there, everything at J&M is made perfectly with locally-sourced ingredients.  They also have a daily specials board offering one savory and one sweet option.  In a serendipitous turn of events, this particular morning, they were serving a mustard scramble, my absolute FAVORITE (mastered at another brunch spot down the road, usually served by a grumpy waitress with the word "BITCH" pinned on her jacket...at least she knows!) but I digress. mug My three-egg scramble was made with mushrooms, Tillamook cheddar (the Cabot of the NW), brocolini, bacon, and mustard.  YUM!  One should not go to J&M and not have bacon.  As a side, it comes as a 1/4" thick hunk of deliciousness.  In a scramble, the pieces are equally generous and delightful.  Full and caffeinated, my friend and I walked back through the city of my birth to our cars and said farewell. Scramble Something I learned while traveling back to my roots, is that when my trip was over, I was ready to come HOME.  To my new home, where I have started new roots.  I will always miss Portland, not in a homesick-way, but in a that-was-a-wonderful-place-to-live kind of way.  I am stoked about my new home-state and finding new favorites, and whenever I get a hankering for some Portland flair, I head to Scout & Co. Old North End for some Heart coffee, brewed in Portland.  Imagine my surprise, coming all the way across the country just to find a favorite from my past!

Until next time,

Corrie Austin

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Until next time,

Corrie Austin

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2 responses to “The Left Coast”

  1. Kellie Kutkey says:

    Yay! We loved seeing you in the PNW as much as you enjoyed being here ‚̧ԳŹ
    How fun that you found a Portland (Oregon) coffee at your new Vermont home.

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