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Farm to Table

          Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild Innkeepers include farmers, winemakers, fruit growers, cheese mongers, and ranchers.  Your culinary experience will differ depending the region of Oregon you are visiting.  Whether we serve locally grown produce, fresh farm eggs and cheese, sustainably raised meats or the wine your host may serve in the afternoon, we regard ourselves stewards of the land. By purchasing the foods served at our Bed and Breakfast Member Inns from local farms, farmers markets, and local food Coops, our members support local and regional farmers.  As well as the Food we serve our families and guests, we take great care in the serving high quality beverages. Buying fairly traded Coffee, Tea and Chocolate not only provides good quality drinks for our guests, but supports sustainable agriculture elsewhere.

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Old Parkdale Inn

Once a week we receive a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) box delivered to our door by Hood River Organics.  These delectable ingredients, harvested in the Hood River Valley and Columbia River Gorge, go into our breakfast and afternoon treats. In the Fall we offer our Hood River Bounty Package, a culinary and sensual delight.  Arrive to the tantalizing aroma of a fresh baked autumn cheesecake and a tray of goodies from the Hood River Valley including Hood River Lavender, Apple Valley Jam, local wine two Old Parkdale Inn wine glasses.  You'll enjoy a hearty Hood River Bounty breakfast, presenting and savoring Hood River delicacies in our dining room or delivered to your room.  After breakfast tour the Fruit Loop and visit the farms and wineries that make this valley a unique, diverse agricultural region.  As an added pleasure, your driving tour through the valley and along one of the many forest roads will reveal an awesome display of fall foliage

Sakura Ridge Tractor


Sakura Ridge Farm offers breakfast fresh from the farm.
3,000 cherry, pear, apple and quince trees plus large berry gardens assure
that breakfast starts out right. Eggs right out of the coop along with
fresh herbs and vegies from the raised beds make for a hearty meal. Homemade
pastries and rolls are topped with our very own honey and homemade jams.

Farm Tours are offered as well as Bee Workshops. Cooking Classes are
offered to groups of 6-10.

 

Oregon Farmers Markets

Hood River County Fruit Loop

City Of Sandy Farm Loop

Slow Food USA

Slow Food is an idea, a way of living and a way of eating. It is a global, grassroots movement with thousands of members around the world that links the pleasure of food with a commitment to community and the environment.


 Food HubWhat is FoodHubThanks to ecotrust FoodHub, food buyers can walk to their computers, type in the word "raspberry" and quickly access a list of regional raspberry producers. They can sort their search results by specific attributes, check out various raspberry producer profiles, send one a message through FoodHub's message center, and arrange for delivery – either direct or through a mainline distributor. Never before has that raspberry producer been so highly visible to the region's food buyers. And never before have food buyers had it so easy.

FARM to FORK ~ Celebrating Oregon's Farms, Wineries & Food Artisans.

FARM to FORKFARM to FORK Events, a traveling farm-to-table restaurant, local food fundraiser, and community celebration rolled into one!  These unique FARM to FORK dinners are designed to reconnect people to the source of their food, and to honor the talented farmers, food artisans, winemakers, and chefs that contribute to the growing culinary reputations and local food communities of Southern Oregon, the Willamette Valley and the Hood River Valley.
Visit the FARM to FORK website 2014 schedule


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