First unveiled at the 2012 Time-Based Art Festival,
Ecotrust and Edible Portland are bringing back Blind-Tasting Bingo,
a game of sensory deprivation and heightened exploration, featuring six of Portland's brilliant women chefs.
Photos: Shawn Linehan
In the game of Blind-Tasting Bingo, a chef presents players with 15 distinct bites that players taste with their eyes covered, seeking to identify the items on a non-traditional bingo board that includes both correct and false options. A few lucky winners take home a bottle of local booze!
Kim Boyce moved to Portland in June 2010
as former Spago and Campanile pastry chef, on the
heels of publishing her James Beard
award-winning cookbook, Good to the Grain. Boyce’s cookbook broke the mold for whole-grain baking. By teaching home cooks that you can have your rye flour cake and eat it too, she’s opened up a new world for bakers interested in heirloom, whole grain flavors. You can find her most days at her recently opened retail and wholesale bakery, Bakeshop, in NE Portland. She has contributed to Bon Appétit, O, and the Los Angeles Times.
Photo Credit: Leela Cyd
Alongside the games, local beverage artisan Merit Badge Co. will be onsite to provide a cash bar of creative libations that complement Kim's creations.
*advance reservations required, very limited seating
Unfotunately, special dietary requests will not be accomodated.
Lola Milholland | Assistant Editor | Edible Portland
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