Runcible Cider


Welcome to Tastebound, a culinary tour of Oregon's Mt. Hood and Columbia River Gorge. We’re so glad to have you at our table.  

Tastebound is a free, downloadable cookbook featuring 15 recipes from local chefs that highlight some of our best local ingredients. Our hope is that each recipe, story, and ingredient shared within these pages spurs within you a desire to learn more, participate in and pay respect to the tantalizing fruits of our lands, waterways and their caretakers. 

It is the family-owned farmers, Native fishers, inn-keepers, brewers, bakers and local makers who call this place home and invite you to join them in savoring it.  

(Click the image to flip through the book)

Looking for some more visual inspiration? Something to inspire your own culinary endeavors? Watch the videos below and follow along as Chef Aaron, Chef Kristen, Chef Ivan, and Chef Emily show off their kitchen skills as they take you through a little part of the process in cooking their amazing recipes. 

East Gorge Food Trail
With plenty of small town charm, delicious farm-to-table dining spots, and orchard-fresh cideries, the East Gorge Food Trail promises a multi-day adventure filled with fun from Mosier to The Dalles and Dufur, as well as at so many spots in between.
Hood River apples
Hood River Fruit Loop
Enjoy one of Oregon’s most legendary food experiences by cruising through all 35 miles of the Hood River Valley’s Fruit Loop. From Hood River, to Oak Grove, to Odell and Parkdale, the 29 member stands boast unbelievably ripe and juicy fruits and veggies, flowers, wines, ciders, and delectable bites of fresh-baked foods.