slides: Marionberry Pie Named Oregon’s Unofficial Comfort Food
Friday, January 16, 2015
Marionberry Pie Oregon’s unofficial comfort food.
Digital media company Thirllist
, names Marionberry Pie Oregon’s unofficial comfort food.
See Slides Below: Unofficial Comfort Foods of the West Coast
The tart and glossy blackberry is a cross between the Chehalem and Olallieberry blackberry and was developed by Oregon State University along with USDA Agricultural Research Service in 1956. The Marionberry is simply named after Marion County, Oregon.
Ever since then, the Marionberry has been associated with summer, and is a great ingredient for ice cream and jams.
The Pie Spot on Northeast 24th St. in Portland has a delicious Marionberry pie served with fresh whipped cream. Marionberry pie served at Bipartisan Cafe on Southeast Stark, has a thick fruit filling and crispy crust.
Related Slideshow: Unofficial Comfort Foods of the West Coast
Digital media company Thirllist, names Marionberry Pie Oregon’s unofficial comfort food. See what other comfort food was associated with other west coast states.
The epitome of summer berries in a baked pie= deliciousness!
In-N-Out animal style fries didn’t make it as CA comfort food. Instead Thrillist thought fish tacos were a yummier choice.
Cedar Plank Salmon
Salmon, the staple of the Pacific Northwest is named Washington’s comfort food.
This dish usually served after a funeral or other potlucks includes; hash browns, cheese, onions, potato chips, cream soup, butter and corn flakes.
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Meat Pasties aka. Meat Hand Pies were in the lunch packs of miners from Eastern Europe, before they became a staple comfort food in Montana.
Anything From a Buffet
“Best buffets in the country,” said Thrillest about Nevada’s comfort food.
Fries with Fry Sauce
It’s obvious that the Potato State’s comfort food would be fries, but don’t forget the fry sauce (a mix of mayo and ketchup).
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Deep fried burritos= always a fan favorite.
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The road trip staple, beef and buffalo jerky found at every gas station and roadside shack in Wyoming is unofficially named Wyoming’s comfort food.
Green Chile Stew
Green chiles beat out red ones for the best comfort food in New Mexico.
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