On May 14, Umi Organic whole grain yakisoba stir-fry noodles are being served for lunch in all Portland Public Schools. If this lunch is a hit, you may find our noodles as a regular menu item next school year. Please send your kids to eat Umi noodles on May 14.
Three local women-owned businesses are coming together for a special one-time Sunday brunch pop-up featuring locally made, delicious Japanese foods.
Join Heidi Nestler of Wanpaku Natto and Lola Milholland of Umi Organic at Kuchenhaus, a venue by Lydia Reissmueller, to eat an especially nourishing, tasty, and affordable meal. First come first served.
Through December, Risa Lichtman of Lepage Food & Drinks is making one-of-a-kind noodles bowls at our Hollywood Farmers Market booth on a spattering of Saturdays! First come, first served, 8 am until we are sold out.
Risa Lichtman of Lepage Food & Drinks is making one-of-a-kind noodles bowls at our Hollywood Farmers Market booth most Saturdays this summer! First come, first served, 8 am until we are sold out.
New pop-up series called Noodles with Friends wherein some of our favorite chefs present their unique take on a great Umi noodle bowl. Great news: Risa Lichtman of Lepage Food & Drinks is popping up in our farmers market booth to serve our noodles in her own special way - menu announced soon. First come, first served. We will serve noodles from 8:30 am until we are sold out.
New pop-up series called Noodles with Friends wherein some of our favorite chefs present their unique take on a great Umi noodle bowl. First up, we are over the moon to have Shauna Galante of Secret Language popping up in our farmers market booth to serve our noodles in a veggie-and-white-miso broth with an egg and some knock out toppings on March 17 and March 31. First come, first served. We will serve noodles from 9 am until we are sold out.
We're bringing back the wet and wild Noodle Luge for a second time this year. This time our waterslide for noodles will pop-up at the St. John's Farmers Market in partnership with New Seasons Market University Park, who will run an interactive noodle bar with sauce and toppings! We'll also be selling family-sized noodle packs and donating a portion of proceeds to the market.
You're invited to a family-style community dinner immediately following the 3 pm performance of Takahiro Yamamoto's Direct Path to Detour. Forty people will sit along one table dotted in hot pots and eat a feast cooked at the table. Umi Organic is preparing the food. Cider from Reverend Nat's. Proceeds benefit APANO and PICA.
We're taking over Slappy Cakes on Earth Day for a fun night of cooking to benefit nonprofit Growing Gardens. In our spin on the cook-your-own pancake model, guests will learn how to make a giant cabbage and noodle-loaded pancake known as okonomiyaki with your choice of toppings including pork belly. Attendees will munch on farm-direct veggies with miso dip and popcorn with a Japanese twist while watching a brief cooking demonstration, then try their hands using Slappy Cakes’ signature tabletop griddles. Two seatings: 5:30 and 8:30.
Broth Bar by SFT and Umi Organic are back with their third and final monthly pop-up ramen shop, deepening their creative collaboration with a ramen bowl that ventures in the wet fall forest.
Broth Bar by SFT and Umi Organic are back with their second monthly pop-up ramen shop, taking up the bounty of fall's harvest of corn, tomato, fennel and more for a fulsome, umami-rich bowl.
Broth Bar by SFT and Umi Organic are hosting a ramen shop that will pop-up once a month in September, October, and November. This will be ramen like you've never tasted before. Tressa and Lola are melding their creative minds for three original takes on regional ramen.
Noodle Luge—or Nagashi Somen—is a popular summer pastime in Japan. With a small bowl in one hand and chopsticks in the other, participants line up along a bamboo flume and try to catch noodles as they flow past—in this case, Umi Organic fresh ramen noodles. On August 14, Portland Farmers Market and Umi Organic will bring this taste of the Olympics to King Farmers Market.