Ryan Carpenter is the founder and owner of Moberi in Portland, OR, which first opened in 2011 and has now expanded to four locations in the city. Portland Business Journal interviews Ryan about his company’s growth and continued evolution.
Bon Appétit rounded up their staff’s favorite spring cookbooks, and Salt & Straw’s debut was among them. As big fans of the ice cream, the magazine staff is excited to make it in their own kitchens—both the classic flavors and those a bit more ambitious.
Salt & Straw’s first cookbook debuts April 30, 2019, and Food & Wine magazine chose it as one that’s garnering the most excitement, saying, “This is essential reading for Salt & Straw fans.”
Food & Wine magazine named Andrew Fortgang—Co-Owner and Wine Director of award-winning Le Pigeon and Canard, and Co-Owner of award-winning Little Bird Bistro—a 2019 Sommelier of the Year. Andrew earns praise for his depth of knowledge of classics (particularly in Burgundy and Riesling) as well as his enthusiasm for lesser-known discoveries.
Eater national rounded up the best cookbooks of spring 2019, picking Salt & Straw’s Ice Cream Cookbook and saying “the approachable, you-can-do-this nature of the book should be all that home cooks need to try it out.”
As part of Radio Cherry Bombe’s Future of Food Tour, they stopped in Portland for a live episode at The Nightwood Society to speak with notable Portland women in the food business, including Salt & Straw CEO and Co-Founder Kim Malek.
Oregon Public Broadcasting (OPB) interviews Ryan and Elena Roadhouse about their art-led approach in creating the experience at award-winning Nodoguro. Watch the video for a closer look into how the omakase (chef’s choice) dinners not only tickle the taste buds, but also engage all of the senses.
Salt & Straw's first cookbook debuts this April, and Portland Monthly magazine interviewed head ice cream maker, co-owner, and Cookbook co-author Tyler Malek about his inspiration behind the featured recipes.
Peter Cat, the sought-after food-and-vinyl pop-up hidden inside Ryan and Elena Roadhouse’s critically acclaimed Nodoguro, is getting a permanent home, sharing the space with Tonari Café by day, which will serve health-forward Japanese foods in the traditional style of washoku. Peter Cat and Tonari will launch next door to Nodoguro on SE Belmont in late spring.
Fast Company shares details about the beloved West Coast chain’s new dedication to adding more vegan flavors to its menu on a permanent basis. While the special vegan menu in January was something of a test run, beginning in February, 20% of all of Salt & Straw’s flavors will be entirely plant-based.
Karen Brooks digs into the rise of sobriety among Portland’s top chefs, and how their commitment is setting the table for a new kitchen culture, featuring James Beard Award winning Chef Gabriel Rucker of Le Pigeon, Little Bird, and Canard.
Kim Malek, co-founder of Salt & Straw, is now a member of Nation Restaurant News’ 2019 Power List! The annual NRN Power List is the definitive list of people setting foodservice trends today and shaping them for tomorrow. Since its 2011 founding in Portland, Ore. Salt & Straw has grown to 17 scoop shops across 6 cities, plus Wiz Bang Bar, a soft-serve shop also in Portland. Congratulations to Kim on this well-deserved honor.
Tyler Malek, the founder of the gourmet artisanal ice cream shop Salt & Straw, and his team created five delicious holiday-inspired flavors that a grown-up Kevin McAllister would definitely use for a modern ice cream sundae: Peppermint bark cocoa, apple brandy and pecan pie, gingerbread cookie dough and sugar plum fairy -- made with plum jam and marzipan -- would be as delicious in a cup, cone or sundae any time this season.
Salt & Straw’s Seasonal Pints Club is a monthly recurring delivery of Salt & Straw’s newest flavors delivered straight to your door. A perfect gift for the person who has everything, but doesn’t have 60 different flavors of ice cream!
Half the fun of Bollywood Theater, one of Portland’s top Indian restaurants, is the space which transports you to India without the spendy plane ticket or 15-hour flight.
Gabriel Rucker, the Portland chef and restaurateur behind Le Pigeon, Little Bird, and Canard just celebrated his 5th anniversary of sobriety. “I don’t want to be the poster boy for sobriety in my industry. But I did realize that I could be a good example. I could be a bad example, I could be no example or I could be a good example, and I figured I might as well be a good example.”