food

Oregonians at Work

For many Oregonians, a day in Oregon means a day spent at work. Today we're sharing a few more photos of Oregonians at work, part of an ongoing series. Check out the others in the series too:

Oregonians at Work
Oregonians at Work: Photo Perspectives
Oregonians at Work: Social Media Contributors
Oregonians at Work: Outside

Bill Ahrens polishes a rod manufactured by Arrow Machine Works of Portland for use in a Nuclear Power Plant.  His work is one of the last steps in 2 weeks of work that went into the production of this part.  Photo by Sean Bowie

Bill Ahrens polishes a rod manufactured by Arrow Machine Works of Portland for use in a Nuclear Power Plant.  His work is one of the last steps in 2 weeks of work that went into the production of this part. Photo by Sean Bowie

Zack Olmstead delivers some fish tacos to a customer from a food booth on the docks at Hood River.  Photo by Tom Boyd

Zack Olmstead delivers some fish tacos to a customer from a food booth on the docks at Hood River. Photo by Tom Boyd

Danielle Parks engineers the KBOO-FM daily newscast. KBOO-FM is a nonprofit community radio station that has been in operation since the 1960s.  Photo by Delphine Criscenzo

Danielle Parks engineers the KBOO-FM daily newscast. KBOO-FM is a nonprofit community radio station that has been in operation since the 1960s. Photo by Delphine Criscenzo

Oregon Food

There are some foods that really represent Oregon - berries, hazelnuts, fish - and today we're sharing some photos of a few of them being prepared.

"Crab Queen" Linda Brown cooks freshly caught dungeness crab at Kerri Lin Charters in Garibaldi.  Photo by Michael Mitarnowski

"Crab Queen" Linda Brown cooks freshly caught dungeness crab at Kerri Lin Charters in Garibaldi. Photo by Michael Mitarnowski

4:00 AM starts the day for 21 year old baker Taylor Lynch who has one week under his belt at his new job baking up Marionberry and other delicious muffins at Melissa Ward's well known Sisters Bakery in Sisters, Oregon.  Photo by Gary Miller

4:00 AM starts the day for 21 year old baker Taylor Lynch who has one week under his belt at his new job baking up Marionberry and other delicious muffins at Melissa Ward's well known Sisters Bakery in Sisters, Oregon. Photo by Gary Miller

Aaron Wood fillets a freshly-caught 25lb halibut on board the Chelsea Rose in Newport.  Photo by Meredith Lawrence

Aaron Wood fillets a freshly-caught 25lb halibut on board the Chelsea Rose in Newport. Photo by Meredith Lawrence