“A Portland Holiday Kitchen” Sweepstakes for Thanksgiving 2023

“A Portland Holiday Kitchen” Sweepstakes for Thanksgiving 2023

As we usher in the festive season, there’s no better time to savor delicious meals and create cherished memories with your loved ones in the kitchen. To make your holiday season even more special, we’ve teamed up with some of Portland, Oregon’s finest brands that share our passion for quality, sustainability and delicious food! One grand prize winner will be chosen to receive a STEELPORT 8” Chef Knife, a selection of Powell’s Books cookbooks authored by renowned Portland chefs and Powell’s gift card, mouthwatering Kachka Lavka dumplings and a gift card, a delightful trio of limited edition smith Teamaker holiday teas and tea pot, and a beautiful Walnut live edge bread board from The Joinery.

Get ready to gather in the kitchen and create incredible meals and memories thanks to these favorite Portland brands – Read on to discover more about each of our partners, and enter at the bottom of this page for your chance to win this incredible holiday sweepstakes!

STEELPORT Knife Co. logo

STEELPORT Knife Co. is reintroducing American heirloom forged carbon steel cutlery. We deliver trusted performance, exceptional design and handcrafted individuality through rigorous attention to detail.

Powell's Books logo

Powell’s Books is an independent bookseller serving Portland, Oregon, since 1971, with three general bookstores. Its flagship location takes up an entire city block, offering 68,000 square feet of used, new, rare, and out-of-print books.

Smith Teamaker logo

Smith Teamaker is defined by passion, innovation and celebration of craft. We are a small business sustained by the creativity and enthusiasm of a close-knit team, dedicated to providing exceptional tea experiences.

Kachka logo

Kachka was opened in Portland in 2014 by Bonnie and Israel Morales, and has since become beloved by diners worldwide. James Beard Award nominated Chef/Co-Owner Bonnie Morales and her team cook the food of the former Soviet Republics, including many dishes inspired by her heritage as a first-generation daughter of Jewish immigrants from Belarus.

The Joinery logo

Since 1982, The Joinery has created handcrafted furniture that’s here for good. That is a reference to the level of craftsmanship, with each piece expected to last decades if not generations.