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Pine State Biscuits- Southern Goodness here in Portland

Submitted by on September 28, 2010 – 1:51 pmNo Comment

pine state signIt all began at the Portland Farmers Market in the spring of 2006. Pine State Biscuits started with three guys and an outdoor kitchen serving up buttermilk biscuits, country gravy and fried chicken to die for.  With the buzz of their operation growing beyond the hungry farmer’s market crowd, in 2008 Kevin, Walt, and Brian opened up their first small biscuit shop on Belmont Avenue in Portland, Oregon.  Now with two locations serving up their Southern goodness for breakfast and lunch, they have received many accolades that stretch all the way to Oprah herself.   They were also featured on The Food Network’s hit show “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives” in 2009, just to name a few!

Using only the most fresh and highest quality ingredients that happen to include our Apple Butter, Marionberry and Oregon Strawberry jam, Pine State also highlights the seasonality of the Pacific Northwest. Every fall you can find their Chatfield biscuit sandwich, the perfect balance of sweet & savory, made with their fried chicken, bacon, cheese and our Apple Butter.  Kevin Atchley of Pine State Biscuits chose our Apple Butter not only because it “tastes like the fruit does” but because it embodies the “flavors of fall” making it the perfect addition to their menu every season.

The boy’s and crew at Pine State Biscuits serve the public 7 days a week at their two shop locations as well as where it all began, the downtown Portland Farmer’s Market. For their full menu and shop locations, check out their Pine State Biscuit’s website.

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