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Mercedes Benz of Salem Presents The Mercedes-Benz E-Class

Open-air driving pleasure: all-season comfort The new E-Class Cabriolet four-seater combines pure, elegant design with long-distance comfort for four occupants and the latest E-Class technology. Available for the first time with 4MATIC all - wheel drive, the E-Class Cabriolet also boasts AIRCAP® wind deflector and AIRSCARF® neck-level heating technology to enhance comfort when driving with the top down.

Mercedes-Benz’s new E-Class family, which has been entirely renewed within the last year. When the soft top is up, the E-Class Cabriolet has a silhouette similar to that of the E-Class Coupe and displays the same expressive proportions and clean lines. The “hot and cool” design idiom represents both elegance and intelligence, and shapes the appearance of the Cabriolet, which nevertheless exudes a unique character - especially The new Cabriolet is the newest and final member of when the soft top is down. Mercedes Benz of Salem 2405 Commercial St. SE Salem | Sales: 800.336.4148 www.valleymb.com


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HONG WOLFE, CCIM CIPS CRS PhD Owner & Premier Director, Principal Broker Hong Wolfe Realty Group, Windermere Wolfe Investment Services Cell: (541) 740-9497 Office: 541-754-6101 Email: hong@hongwolfe.com Web: www.hongwolfeinvestments.com Licensed in California, Oregon & Washington Top 1% Agent in Willamette Valley and Oregon 2011-2016

Summer Trend and Fun Summer is finally here, and school is out. All the fun things are in full swing: camping, barbeque, and travel. In the past couple of months, residential housing demand in Oregon continues to outpace availability. Sale pace is brisk, especially in the price range at or below average sale prices. In the Tri-County areas, the average sale price for Multnomah County is $473,000, Clackamas $482,000, and Washington at $450,000. In the Willamette Valley, the average home price is $279,000 for Marion County, $266,800 for Polk County, $359,000 for Benton County, $231,500 for Linn County, and $299,500 Lane County. In comparison to 2005, the Tri-County areas have increased on average about 70%, while the Willamette Valley about 50%. As proven and evident, real estate investment is one of the best ways to shield against inflation and plan for retirement. In commercial real estate, demand for office and industrial space is expanding, while demand for multifamily is slowing down and for retail space is in recovery.

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New construction completion in Oregon is slower than demand, mainly due to high costs in land, permits, labor, and materials. In the past year, labor cost has increased about 10-20%, and materials about 5-10%. Local governments continue to use real estate taxes and permits as major sources of income, increasing at the pace of 3% for taxes and much higher for permits. These significant increases erode profit margin for developers, so many are selling lots instead. Now let’s talk about the fun of gardening. Summer is a good time to do mid-summer plantings such as beets, bush beans, carrots, cauliflower, broccoli, lettuce, kale, and peas, so to produce fall and winter crops. It is also a good time to divide spring bulbs and care for your edible garden in preparation for the fall harvest: you may prune your berries so that they produce larger crops for the next year, and plan for the harvest to come, whether it is sharing, eating fresh, drying or canning. If you are interested in a good edible garden tour, here are a few links: bountifulbackyard.org/ edible-garden-tours; sustainablecorvallis.org/action-teams/ food/ project-edible-front-yard-garden-tours.

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The 411

Summertime Snacks for Active Kids By Marisa Michael Summer is officially here! Long sunny days call for children spending time swimming at the pool, playing outside, or going to sports camps. Kids need to hydrate and eat throughout the day to keep their activities fueled and their energy level high. Eating at regular intervals can help avoid a “hangry” meltdown from a toddler, keep kids’ energy levels consistent, and enhance a child’s sports performance during practice. At home, designate a special place in the fridge for items

such as melon cubes, string cheese, baby carrots, hummus, strawberries, cherry tomatoes, grapes, whole-fruit popsicles, yogurt, and smoothies. When your children are hungry, they can easily help themselves to healthy snacks without any fuss or fighting. When it’s your turn for sports snack duty and you need some non-perishable options, check out this graphic for fueling ideas to make the whole team happy.

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The 411

Become A Gratitude Magnet

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By Bonnie Milletto So many of us miss out on the simple joys and pleasures of life because we are too busy running after what we don’t have. Of course this does not mean that one should not work to follow our dreams, however, I think that as we rush around during our day, it is equally important to also stop and simply express gratitude for being alive.

Starting my day with gratitude has made a dramatic positive difference in my life. When you’re grateful for the things you have, no matter how small they may be, you will see those things instantly increase.

If you’re grateful for a relationship, even if it’s not perfect, you will see it miraculously get even better. If you’re grateful for the job that you have, even if it’s not your dream job, things will begin to change so that you enjoy your job more, and all kinds of opportunities for your work will suddenly appear.

The flipside is that when we’re not counting our blessings, we can fall into the trap of unintentionally counting negative things. We count negative things when we talk about the things we don’t have. We count negative things when we criticize or find fault with other people, when we complain about traffic, waiting in lines, not enough money, or the weather. When we count negative things they increase too, but on top of that, with every negative thing we count, we cancel our blessings that were on their way. I have tried both - counting my blessings and counting negative things - and I can assure you that counting your blessings is the only way to have abundance in your life.

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Health

Here’s to Your Health

Gardening and Living By Kris Denning

I’ve come to realize this summer, that if I tend to my garden in the same way I tend to my personal health, I can enjoy bountiful crops and beautiful landscape all summer long. My previous gardening ritual was to hit everything hard at the first sign of spring. Move plants around to fill in gaps, divide perennials, plant annuals and vegetables, and weeding, weeding, weeding. The exhaustion I’d feel by mid-summer, created such a burn out that I’d eventually succumb to just trying to keep everything alive. Not much looked impressive in my garden by September. I’d just sort of let things go, expect the rain to come at any time, and I’d be off the hook. That hook was my guilt, and every time I’d go outside and look at those withering plants, I felt it. Then I’d tell myself next year would be different, I’d do things better, next year. Sound familiar? Okay, I realize that not everyone has the will nor the time to tend to a garden, but everyone has a body to tend to, and you must take the time to care for yourself. It is so much simpler and less stressful to make nurturing your health a daily routine. Ever make that New Year’s resolution to change your life, then get going hard on January 1st, only to fade out within a couple of months, exhausted and overwhelmed? Or perhaps train hard for a marathon, and once it’s over you go back to the couch potato life? The feelings of guilt and shame associated with failing to

keep yourself up, press you further down, and you feel it every time you look in the mirror. Getting your health back takes a great deal more effort, as you know, than does maintaining your health. Being healthy doesn’t have to be a chore. Set goals that involve daily activity and not necessarily ones that have a finish line. If you get bored with a workout, try something new. Just keep moving. Let the seasons help dictate how you eat and exercise. As we round out summer, enjoy the outdoors by hiking, walking, biking, and swimming. Eat fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables. Learn what foods make you truly feel good, and avoid the foods that don’t. Replace those sugary, (and “fake-sugary”) drinks with water, and lots of it! Walking through my garden as of this July is truly a joy. I feel energized rather than drained. Plants are fuller, grass is greener, weeds are less, and everything is tidy. This time I have been keeping at it, daily. I am continuing to cultivate the soil so water is better retained, deadheading for continuous beautiful blooms, fertilizing more often, and weeding regularly. It takes just a little time each day to do this. I am keeping everything happy and healthy, not just trying to keep things alive. Please, do this for yourself… After all, living is so much more fun than just trying to stay alive.

Kris Denning teaches yoga and pilates at Timberhill Athletic Club. Her interests include personal wellness, writing, family, gardening, and animals. You can contact her at healthytothesoul@gmail.com

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The Farm to Table

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The 411

Dr Fallon on Hair

Dr. Troy Fallon

1 Did stress cause my hair to fall out? Probably not. Although it is possible that a significantly stressful life event may cause a temporary type hair loss called Telogen Effluvium. This occurs when hairs shift from the growing phase to the resting phase and a significant shedding happens within a short period of time. If you think this has happened seek the attention of a qualified hair loss specialist for an opinion. 2 Did my shampoo cause my hair to thin? If you use a quality shampoo this is unlikely. A good name brand shampoo like Head & Shoulders or Nizoral used as directed is safe and should not cause hair loss. 3 Did my diet cause hair loss? If you have a balanced diet and get the appropriate nutrients and calories you should not have hair loss from a dietary

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The Top 5 Questions People Ask About Hair Loss cause. People can be deficient in certain vitamins and minerals that may lead to hair loss. If you are considering a new diet consider talking to your doctor regarding its safety and your health. 4 Did my medications cause hair loss? Certain medications are known to cause hair loss such as medicines to treat high blood pressure. Consult your doctor if you have questions about the side effects of your medications. 5 My mother’s father is bald. Is that why I’m bald? Possibly. Genetics is the leading cause of hair loss and it’s called androgenetic alopecia. Your genes come from both your parents so you should not blame your grandpa. We still don’t understand how the genes for baldness are expressed. For instance fraternal twins can have very different hair loss patterns.

Dr. Fallon is an experienced hair transplant specialist and a diplomate of the American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery. As one of the few fellowship trained hair transplant surgeons in the country Dr. Fallon has spent years refining his craft so he can offer his patients the most natural results possible. Dr. Troy Fallon Fallon Hair Restoration 9735 SW Shady Lane, Ste. 200 Tigard, OR 97223 Call today: 503-941-5029

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Super Simple Summer Snack

Looking for a quick and super-easy appetizer or summer snack? Look no further. All the rage in trendy restaurants, blistered Padron peppers are so good, and couldn’t be any easier to make. Look for them at your local farmers market, or in your grocer’s produce section. There is a little confusion about Padron vs. Shishito peppers. Both come as appetizers in restaurants, they look the same, so what’s the difference? Not much. They are two varieties of the

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same pepper. Shishito is the Japanese variety and Padron, the Spanish variety. Taste-wise the Padron is a little “zippier” and there will be a hot one in the bunch, but you don’t know when! Kind of like appetizer Russian Roulette, but they aren’t THAT hot. You can handle it. To prepare: toss peppers in a big bowl with olive oil to coat (lightly) then drop them into a pre-heated (hot) cast iron pan. Cook until the skins start to blister and char in areas. Sprinkle with Sea Salt and serve. You’ll be surprised at how good (and easy) these little gems are!

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Finance

On The Money

Preparing Your Portfolio for Retirement

By Sten Carlson

Think about this analogy: When an airplane is preparing to land, it doesn’t descend 30,000 feet in a matter of seconds. Rather, it happens gradually. The pilot adjusts to the landscape and weather conditions to assure a soft landing. In the years leading up to retirement, you should begin to treat your investment portfolio in a similar manner. Prepare ahead of time to protect your assets and adjust as dictated by market and economic conditions to help assure a soft landing in retirement. Adjusting your portfolio means taking steps to “downshift” as retirement nears, reducing some of the risks that may exist in your asset mix. While you were focused on building wealth in the years you accumulated savings for retirement, your focus should change as you approach the end of your working years. It’s important to protect the wealth you’ve worked hard to build and position your portfolio to generate your retirement paycheck. Dealing with unpredictability Money invested in assets that vary in value, including stocks and bonds, are subject to periodic fluctuations. In prior years, you may have had time to ride out any market turbulence and overcome short-term losses once markets recovered. If you wait until retirement to adjust your portfolio, you may be surprised by an untimely market downturn. This unpredictability could result in a “hard landing” for your portfolio, leaving you with less money in retirement as compared to your plans. For example, a couple with $1,000,000 saved for retirement may plan to withdraw $40,000 each year from that account, (assuming they withdraw four percent of the principal value annually to sustain 25 years in retirement). If the money was all invested in stocks and the portfolio sustained a 25 percent decline just

prior to retirement, the value would drop to $750,000, leaving the couple with $30,000 a year. By contrast, if they positioned the portfolio more strategically prior to retirement, they may have protected themselves, at least in part, from the market’s downturn. A gradual process The process of shifting from accumulating wealth to an incomegeneration focus in your portfolio should happen over time. One approach is to gradually reduce your positions in assets that are subject to greater market volatility in the years leading up to retirement. For example, that may mean reducing your portfolio’s exposure to stocks while increasing positions in fixed income investments. However, not all your money needs to be moved out of stocks, even in retirement. Equities historically have offered more growth potential than many other types of investments. Given today’s long life expectancies, you want to be prepared for the likelihood that living costs will be higher 20 or 30 years from the time you begin retirement. For this reason, stocks may still make sense for your situation. You may want to reduce your emphasis on investments that seek to maximize capital appreciation and emphasize stocks that tend to be less volatile and pay competitive dividends. Other strategies may come into play too, such as annuities that provide lifetime income in retirement, or alternative investments that can diversify your portfolio. A financial advisor can help you determine a strategy that suits your specific circumstances as you prepare for a smooth retirement landing.

Sten Carlson, MBA, CFP, CRPC, is a Financial Advisor with PacWest Wealth Partners, an Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. Platinum Financial Services Agency in Corvallis, OR. He specializes in fee-based financial planning and asset management strategies and has been in practice for 22 years.

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Garden

Gardening With Brenda

Dreaming of Kale

inspiring beautiful & bountiful gardens

By Brenda Powell

In my mind’s eye, my garden is large, tidy space with straight rows of perfect lettuce, spinach and cabbage. A healthy, veggie-filled dinner is only minutes away. Neither my garden nor my life turns out the way I plan. There are weeds, insects and crop failure. The prep work always takes longer than I think it will. Despite all that, this summer’s garden turned out well enough that I’m ready to try round two. August is a great month to put in transplants or direct seed vegetables for fall, winter and early spring harvest. The list of varieties to plant now is long and includes broccoli, cauliflower and the whole cabbage family, leafy greens, beets, carrots, turnips and radishes. In general, the root crops are best direct seeded, the cabbage family does better from transplants and the leafy greens can go either way. Just recently, a customer told me he plants new lettuce from starts every month. According to the Territorial Seed Company fall and winter catalog, lettuce can be sown from February-October. It’s a good idea to add compost or aged manure to the garden bed. I like to use an organic fertilizer, also, when I plant. Usually one application is enough. Too much fertilizer can be more of a problem in the fall garden. Using a light floating row cover or micro mesh tunnel immediately helps keep out flying insects and prevents the cabbage moth from laying eggs on broccoli and other cabbage family members. I just learned the hard way that the cabbage worm likes lettuce, too.

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My husband and I have increased the quantity and variety of vegetables we eat, including at breakfast. His promise to help me out by grilling everything for a week led us to an easy, delicious way to cook cabbage. I thinly sliced half a head of cabbage, added oil or fat and some salt and pepper, and Mitch used a vegetable grill box to cook it. We added some sesame seeds at the end. I could eat that every week, which is a good thing because we have 5 more heads of cabbage in the garden. In case you’re wondering, I really like zucchini. I even plant more than 1. We eat it in place of noodles, sautéed for breakfast, and in Nigella Lawson’s recipe for fritters. My favorite way to prepare it is to roughly cube zucchini, onions, and mushrooms and sauté. A little thyme, salt and pepper are the seasonings. Sometimes I add tomatoes or green beans to the mix. Yes, sometimes there are too many zucchinis or they grow to baseball bat size in 2 days. If you get sick of them, pull the plant out. It’s your garden and the plant is going to die anyway. Life’s short, gardening (and cooking and eating) should be fun.

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Brenda Powell is a fourth generation owner of Garland Nursery. Her passions include gardening, cooking, reading, writing and photography. Follow her writing at: garlandnursery.wordpress.com

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Bellingham, whose official slogan is “A Refreshing Change” but, “The City of Subdued Excitement” as it was nicknamed by Stephen Stimson, Previous owner of Lone Wolf Antiques, also known as “Mr Peanut” because he had a proclivity for sporting a Mr. Peanut costume - top hat and all - for some reason, seems to be a better fit. Legend has it Mr. Stimson was inspired by the subtle things Bellingham offers, spectacular sunsets, beautiful trails, views of the water, and city parks. After an all-too-brief visit, we’d have to agree with Mr. Stimson. Bellingham is a beautiful spot, and it does have an air of “subdued excitement.” Everyone seems happy to be there, residents seem to enjoy an above-average fitness level, business is good, and everyone there is proud of their beautiful little city. There is a unique feeling in Bellingham,

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last stop before Canada, due perhaps to fact that the city sits at sea level, in the shadow of Mt. Baker, one of the snowiest places in the world (in 1999 Mt. Baker set the world record for snowfall in a single season — 1,140 inches!). So it’s an alpine ski town, on the beach. Not something you see everyday. Ski in the morning, surf in the afternoon; bring a wetsuit. Back in “gold rush days,” before the Panama Canal was completed, ships sailing to the Western United States, around Cape Horn (the bottom of South America), had to stop in Bellingham to re-supply with coal to complete the trip to Alaska for the promise of Gold. When the ships were docked, the sailors would spend time in Downtown Bellingham, doing what sailors do. As a result, the little town was quite a wild west scene for years, one where bars and brothels lined

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the streets. Today, those establishments have become respectful business’ or housing for college students who come to attend the northernmost university in the contiguous United States, Western Washington University. Side note: the current president of “Western” is Sabah Randhawa — former provost of Oregon State University, go Beavs! Even though they have become more “subdued” the old buildings still have their beautiful wood-plank floors, high ceilings and some of the wavy glass from way back when. You can almost feel the not-sosubdued excitement of the gold seekers headed north. The population of Bellingham is 87,574, as of 2015, and it’s growing — construction is going on all over the city. So it’s a college town bigger than Corvallis, and smaller than Eugene. When you’re there it


Downtown Bellingham kind of does seem like Corvallis with more “stuff.” The geography contributes to the interest of the area. Roads wind in and out along the coastline and inlets, making it seem more complicated than it is. Bellingham was at one time Whatcom City, Sehome, and Fairhaven. In the 1800’s, Fairhaven’s leaders had notions that their town would become a bigger city on the scale of Tacoma or Seattle. They vied for the honor of becoming the terminus of the Great Northern Railroad, but lost out to Seattle. After that, residents of all three little towns voted to consolidate and become Bellingham. Today, Fairhaven is a historic district of Bellingham and is home to the Alaska Ferry Terminal, great restaurants and shopping, and is a favorite of visitors. Sehome, a neighborhood of Bellingham originally named after Chief Sehome was owned by the Bellingham

Bay & British Columbia Railroad Company and was also known at one point as the Sehome Coal Mine. Yes, coal mining in Bellingham! We’re not sure what became of Whatcom City, but Whatcom is now the name of the county, and is derived from the Lummi word meaning “noisy water.” Bellingham is not so much a tourist town as it is just a busy hub of activity. The college, of course, accounts for a lot of activity. Canadians like to come to Bellingham and shop. And there are weekenders escaping the Seattle craziness to unwind. But no Hawaiian shirts, cheap sunglasses and point-and-shoot cameras, for the most part it’s locals, or semi-locals. After our quick impression of Bellingham, we are looking forward to a more in-depth exploration of the area, and suggest you carve out some time to visit too, you’ll love

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it. There are a ton of activities, definitely more than can be explored in one trip, great food (the seafood is to die for), and chic shops abound. Getting there: From the Heart of the Willamette Valley, Bellingham is about a six hour car ride up I-5. You definitely want to plan so you miss Portland and Seattle rush hour traffic, or else your time may vary (read, “be way longer”). Amtrak also offers service to Bellingham from Eugene, Albany, Salem, Portland and other stops in Oregon. The Amtrak Cascades Route allows passengers to board the train, and be in Bellingham in about 8 hours via connecting bus. It’s a little longer than driving, but hassle (and parking) free! Visit Amtrak.com for details.

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Summer time is Salmon

Recipe: Wild King Salmon With Soy Honey Glaze and Garden Pea Pureé Ingredients

Directions

Pea Pureé 1 c. sliced leeks 2 c. peas ½ c. white wine ¼ c. water ¼ c. heavy cream

1. Mix glaze ingredients in a bowl. Lay salmon fillets in shallow glass baking dish and pour glaze mix over salmon. Refrigerate for at least 1/2 hour.

Glaze 1 tsp minced ginger 1 tsp minced garlic 1 Tbs light olive oil 1/3 cup soy sauce 1/3 cup honey Salmon 4 6-7 oz. salmon fillets - skinless / boneless ¼ tsp. cracked black pepper

2. Cook sliced leeks on medium heat until wilted. Add peas, white wine, and water; heat to boiling. Reduce heat to medium; simmer 5 to 6 minutes or until reduced by half. Pureé pea mixtue in blender until smooth and return to pan. Add heavy cream and cook an additional few minutes on medium-high heat to thicken and heat cream through. 3. Remove salmon fillets from marinade and place on grill or under broiler. Cook appx. 10 minutes or until just opaque in center, turning once. Pour remaining marinade into shallow saucepan and cook to thicken and reduce slightly. 4. Place a dollop of pea mixture on plate, and place cooked salmon fillet aside pea pureé. Spoon on additional glaze as desired. Sprinkle cracked pepper on salmon. www.willametteliving.com

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Deep Into Yellowstone: A Year’s Immersion in Grandeur & Controversy By Rick Lamplugh Available through all major online retailers and in bookstores nationwide

From the author of the Amazon best seller In the Temple of Wolves. The year begins when Rick and his wife Mary, after living 35 years in the Willamette Valley, trust the pull of Yellowstone and relocate to Gardiner, Montana, next door to Yellowstone. Reading Deep into Yellowstone, you are with them as they cross-country ski, bicycle, and backpack into Yellowstone’s grandeur. You also learn about important controversies involving wolves, grizzlies, bison and more.

Mindful Aging: Embracing Your Life After 50 to Find Fulfillment, Purpose, and Joy By Andrea Brandt Available through all major online retailers and in bookstores nationwide The acclaimed Mindful Aging is full of exercises and tools to help you embrace a new mindset and blaze a new trail in your life fueled by passion, purpose, and creativity. Through research, inspiring stories of real people, and Dr. Brandt’s psychological insight, you’ll be able to claim the immense joy and love that are yours to have, the deep wisdom that is yours to share, and the exciting selfdiscoveries and contributions that are uniquely yours to make.

Beyond Foods The Handbook of Functional Nutridtion By Barbara Swanson Available through all major online retailers The Wines and Wineries of Oregon’s Willamette Valley: From Pinot Noir to Chardonnay By Nick Wise and Linda Sunshine Available through all major online retailers and in bookstores nationwide

Profiling over twenty vineyards and the finest vintages of the area, this travelogue and guide takes a look at the history, the process, and the people behind some of the valley’s world-class wines.

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The Amalfi Coast Up Close & Personal By Chantal Kelly Available through all major online retailers This elegantly illustrated volume showcases the history of Amalfi, the culture of lemons, the craftsmanship of artisans and the region’s wedding venues, local chefs and traditional dishes. This stunning portrait of the Amalfi Coast will entice a journey there or rekindle fond memories.

Beyond Foods The Handbook of Functional Nutrition is a true handbook; i.e., short and easy-to-understand. It introduces the 4 Building Blocks of Health, a unique simple yet comprehensive health model that explains Functional Nutrition in layman’s language. With its clear communication style, Beyond Foods successfully takes the very complex subject of how nutrition creates health and breaks it down into logical building blocks.


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In a world awash with bacon, there’s a place in North Portland that bucks the trend “Homegrown Smoker.” In the gritty northeast neighborhood of St. Johns, Homegrown Smoker sits at the intersection of 1970, and 2017. A cool, old diner on a not-yet-gentrified street lined by such classics as “The Man’s Shop - since 1940” and “Patties Home Plate Cafe.” The area is cool, old school Portland. Homegrown Smoker began in a food cart in Portland. Unfortunately, the cart went up in smoke, and now they are in a “real” building. Unfortunate at the time, but actually pretty cool now. We loved the area and their space. It just feels familiar, like they’re been there forever.

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