Taste Oregon’s Old West…Out East Contest Details

This spring, Kelly Cox and The Original Fare, the popular PBS food-adventure show, ride to Eastern Oregon in search of the region’s best ingredients. Experience your own Original Fare-inspired Eastern Oregon adventure and enter the Taste Oregon’s Old West – Out East SweepstakesHere are a few more details about the prize package from our great partners:

Boutique Air offers air service to small communities across the nation. We operate a modern fleet of Pilatus PC-12 and King Air 350. With added custom soundproofing to the aircraft cabin, we have amenities designed to make the flying experience as comfortable as it gets, including leather seats, power outlets, and an enclosed lavatory. Flights must be booked and used by July 31, 2017. You can learn more about where we fly on our website, www.boutiqueair.com.


Receive 2 nights stay in the beautiful and historic Pendleton House Historic Inn including our gourmet breakfast each morning and our superior service. Our rooms feature exquisite linens, comfortable luxury beds and a location within 2 blocks of all the nightlife, dining and entertainment in Pendleton.




Tamástslikt Cultural Institute tells the story of the Cayuse, Umatilla and Walla Walla Tribes, who for more than 10,000 years inhabited the Plateau region of the Pacific Northwest. They welcomed and assisted the Lewis and Clark Expedition in 1804-1806 and some 40 years later, the Oregon Trail cut through the heart of their homelands. Tamástslikt brings the story alive with world-class exhibits that incorporate artifacts, photography, video and interactive multi-media. Your certificate includes an exclusive insider’s tour from the perspective of a Tribal member. You’ll enjoy lunch at Kinship Cafe where the menu features traditional foods like salmon, huckleberries, and wild greens. For more information call 541-429-7700 or visit www.tamastslikt.org. Tamástslikt Cultural Institute is owned and operated by the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation.

Located in Pendleton, Prodigal Son is passionate about their beer and our food. Creativity is something we value in our Ales and Prodigal Son features a menu that combines traditional pub fare with scratch cooking. Here you will find regional ingredients incorporated into handcrafted cuisine. We have a bona fide chef with an artist’s muse- and his work is truly the product of inspiration.



Enjoy dinner for two at Virgil’s at Cimmiyotti’s in Pendleton.


Enjoy a relaxing three-day/two-night stay for two adults in any of the wonderful guestrooms or suite at the award-winning Bronze Antler Bed & Breakfast on Main Street in Joseph, Oregon. Dine each morning on a scrumptious made-to-order breakfast, enjoy your day with the sights and sounds of Wallowa County, then relax in the gardens before you cozy in for a comfortable sleep. Experience a high level of service from Eastern Oregon’s only Select Registry member. We await your arrival!

Arrowhead Chocolates offers a twenty five dollar gift certificate, which can be used to purchase any product we offer in our shop. We are a Good Food Award-winning, family-owned business business making small batches of hand-crafted artisan chocolates, as well as delicious mochas, hot chocolates and other tasty drinks with fresh chocolate spooned right out of our melter. We emphasize sustainability, Fair Trade, and authentic, outstanding flavor.

Receive a tour of 6 Ranch including a walk of the Wallowa River restoration project. Go home with a basket a basket from Liza Jane’s Farm Stand of grassfed beef, honey, vegetables and fresh eggs produced on the ranch. We just need a couple weeks notice to make arrangements; no black out dates.

Wallowa Lake Lodge is a beautiful historic structure, built in 1923, at the head of Wallowa Lake in the heart of the what many refer to as the “Swiss Alps” of Oregon. The Management is offering a dinner for two in the Camas Dining Room. Reservations are required by calling 541-432-9821 to confirm availability.


Visit Northwest Skillet Company at Homestead Springs Farm & Forge! Peter Clark and Sue Miller would like to welcome you for a visit to our farm and blacksmith shop. Stop by to say hello, tour the blacksmith shop where Peter makes our skillets, and meet the many farm animals that share the farm with us. We love to have visitors! We will be happy to talk about how the skillets are forged and Peter will do a metal spinning demonstration.