Friday, September 28, 2012

We're Pedaling to the Farm in a New Episode!

In collaboration with Portland Monthly and Feast Portland we produced a series of food-centric videos that played at one of the many awesome Feast events last week. Now, we're sharing them with you over the next few weeks. First up, our visit to Worden Hill Farm:


And the Ortloffs love visitors so make sure to stop by the next time you're in Yamhill County!

Thursday, September 20, 2012

Pedal Powered Feast Show This Saturday!

As you all know, Feast Portland, the super-exciting-action-packed-food-festival is starting today!

And we'll be there - at least in video form - on Saturday afternoon. And you're in luck because there are still a few tickets left for the Whole Foods Market Speakers Series - an engaging afternoon of food talk (interrupted by a few Pedal Powered Talk Show videos).

So what are you waiting for? Buy a ticket!

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Pedal Powered Pig Show

As part of our cross-state road trip for Feast Portland we pedaled to Worden Hill Farm where we chatted with the Ortloff family and spent some quality time with their fifty pigs (as well as their kitten, chickens, llamas, and other barnyard pals).

Chatting with the Ortloffs. Photo by Lord Blakely

One of many friendly pigs. Photo by Lord Blakely

Phil gave free pedal-powered rides to the Ortloff kids. Photo by Lord Blakely

I love kittens. Photo by Lord Blakely

Monday, September 10, 2012

Pedaling Through Wine Country

As part of our Feast Portland tour of the state, (see previous post for more info), we stopped by Archery Summit Winery to chat with winemaker Anna Matzinger.

I chat with Anna while Patrick films. Photo by Lord Blakely

Phil and I pedal through the scenic vineyards. Photo by Lord Blakely

They don't only grow grapes at Archery Summit; they also grow four leaf clovers!
Photo by Lord Blakely

I emerge from the extensive network of subterranean tunnels. Photo by Lord Blakely

Not surprisingly, the vineyards were beautiful and the winery has an expansive underground lair too! Stay tuned for the video coming soon. Or watch the segments live at Feast Portland!