Las Vegas Review Journal
Cold Snap Pear and Blue Cheese: The classic cheese board combo goes sweet.
The New York Times
I'll Have a Big Scoop of Beer, Please Some producers avoid iciness by keeping beer out altogether. Tyler Malek, the head ice-cream maker at Salt & Straw in Portland, Ore....
Huffington Post: The Best Summer Ice Cream
The Best Summer Ice Cream Flavors: Our Editors' Picks Love the bright strawberry flavor. Can't taste the peppercorn at all, but do get a subtle hint of balsamic on the...
Portland Tribune: Sustainable Life
If Portland were served on an ice cream cone, it just might be a scoop of Freckled Woodblock Chocolate. The purveyors of Salt & Straw ice cream dreamed up the...
31 Days of Artisan Ice Cream The Portland-based shop sources local Oregon strawberries and honey to create an ice cream that is both sweet and tart. The addition of vinegar...
PDX Eater: Young Guns Semi-Finalist
Meet the Eater Young Guns Semi-Finalists: Tyler Malek Tyler and his cousin Kim Malek founded Salt & Straw in 2011, when it was just a small cart. Since then they...
KCRW: Good Food
Portland, The Mighty Gastropolis: An Edible Tour of Portland with Authors Karen Brooks and Teri Gelber Salt & Straw is an ice cream shop located in the food-centric Alberta neighborhood....
Portland Monthly: Phemon of the Year
We're serious: that's when culinary hunters begin the all-day frenzy at Sat & Straw, lining up like rock-concert hopefuls for a taste of something that confounds expectations of what a...
Not so Vanilla. Seasonal flavors like Bourbon Pecan Pie (and funky ones like Apple Cheddar Pie) make everyone scream for these West Coast Delights. Download PDF
A perfect balance of sweet berries and zesty jam. Time Magazine speaking about Salt & Straw's Chèvre with marionberry habanero jam. Download PDF
GQ: The 10 Ice Cream Shops You Need to Visit
"Most fantastic ﬂavor: Honey Balsamic Strawberry with Cracked Pepper. Whoa!" The 10 Ice Cream Shops You Need to Visit
Alaska Airlines, July 2012
Regional ingredients from Willamette Valley farmers and Western Oregon purveyors are the cornerstone of the "farm-to-cone" desserts at Portland's Salt & Straw.