Daily Archives: March 1, 2014

0

Personal Chef Lisa Glickman

Drawing on the foods and cooking techniques she encountered living in Europe, Personal Chef Lisa Glickman has been creating authentic dining experiences for small groups in Bend for the past six years. Two years ago she won the only culinary contest she ever entered when her turkey and spinach meatballs were selected by the Cooking…

Ask Helen

Dear Helen: I have a position to fill that involves a mix of high-level quantitative and technical skill and also helping with office support. The high-end functions are specialized, but a smart person could learn them with a good trainer. The office skills are simplistic and tedious – answering phones and doing filing, which sounds…

0

3 Personas – 1 Mission

Devorah Spilman found her calling at age 18 when working in a preschool. Then and there she realized the power stories have to move people – or in the case of squirmy preschoolers, to sit still as stories transport them to new lands and deeper understanding. For more than 30 years she has honed her…

0

Jewish Theatre Collaborative soars to new heights on wings of “Pigeon”

From a solid foundation of adapting compelling Jewish stories, the Jewish Theatre Collaborative soared into this season with the ultimate Page2Stage experience for Oregon audiences, which culminates this month with a world premiere Mainstage production. This year JTC has drawn on successful elements piloted in its previous five seasons to create a season-long experience centered…

0

The Zen of Pasta

Where does a chef in an Italian restaurant with more than 30 years of experience go to ensure the foods he is plating each night are authentic? Why Italy of course. Michael Karman, sous chef of a Cena restaurant in Sellwood, joined Italian- born chef Gabe Gabreski, restaurant owner Chris Custer and other restaurant staff,…