Right At The Fork
About This Show
Portland Food Adventures founder Chris Angelus and KINK.fm morning show host Cort Johnson invite the region’s most prominent tastemakers to discuss how they got from there to here (including their "Right at the Fork" moments"). Long-form interviews with the unique people who converged in Portland to make it a great place to eat and drink, along with soundbites and restaurant reports make this the podcast to listen to if you're into one of the most happening food scenes in the world.
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#125 Javier Canteras - Urdaneta
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Javier Canteras' roots are planted in Madrid, but now he's blossoming as a chef at Urdaneta, the sweet Alberta Street restaurant he owns with his wife, Jael. He's putting out some of the most interesting food in Portland now, which was not his original goal when moving here from Oklahoma to take part in Portland's music scene. He stops by to talk about Spain, life in the midwest, and where you can find him playing his guitar at his Portland gigs. This episode of Right at the Fork is sponsored by: Zupan's Markets: www.Zupans.com Standard TV & Appliance: www.standardtvandappliance.com La Ruta PDX: www.larutapdx.com Portland Food Adventures: www.PortlandFoodAdventures.com Music: "I Can't Stand the Rain" by Arielle Verinis. Check her out on Facebook: www.facebook.com/ArielleVerinis
Rated 5 out of
Great behind the scenes show
The backstories of the people we read about, and some we don't. Chris is a fun interviewer who has gotten better over time. Rather than reading short articles, I love hearing these people unedited and so intimately. Listen to Lisa Schroeder! And where else do you find an interview with Greg Higgins? Or Ken Forkish? I look forward to every episode. The production value is excellent.
Date published: 2017-03-08