Read about Kim Boyce and Bakeshop in the news

Portland Monthly: “Burnt Basque Cheesecake is Coming for Portland”

James Beard Foundation: “The 2020 James Beard Award Semifinalists”

Oregon Jewish Life: “Historic Matzah Available in Portland”

Rachael Ray Every Day: “Support These Female-Owned Restaurants and Businesses in Portland”

James Beard Foundation: “The 2019 James Beard Award Semifinalists”

Eater PDX: “13 Outstanding Bakeries in Portland and Beyond”

KATU: “Feast Friday: Bakeshop”

KGW: “Make Your Own Matzah for Passover”

Munchies: “This Portland Bakery is Making Matzah from the 16th Century”

Eater PDX: “Bakeshop and Local Rabbi Join Forces”

Portland Monthly: “34 Women-Run Portland Restaurants We Love”

Portland Monthly: “Portland’s 10 Best Pastries”

Oregonlive: “All-star Portland chefs bake cookies for Planned Parenthood”

Portland Monthly: “Female Bakers Unleash ‘Cookie Grab 2017’ to Raise Money for Planned Parenthood”

Endlessly Enraptured: “Bakeshop” 

Eater PDX: “Portland’s Outstanding Bakeries, Mapped”

Eater PDX: “9 Mind-Blowing Breakfast Bakeries in Portland, Mapped”

Portland Monthly: “Portland Monthly Goes on a Sugar High”

National Public Radio“Pack A Pie For Your Picnic, Right In Your Hot Little Hand”

James Beard Foundation: “The 2016 James Beard Award Semifinalists”

LA Times“In Portland, Ore., a Garden of Pastry Delights”

The Oregonian“Q&A with Kim Boyce of Bakeshop”

Eater PDX“Shaping 24 Pounds of Scones with Bakeshop’s Kim Boyce”

Serious Eats: “Behind the Scenes at Kim Boyce’s Bakeshop in Portland

The Kitchn“A Visit to Bakeshop: Kim Boyce’s Whole Grain Bakery”

Portland Monthly“Look Inside Kim Boyce’s Bakeshop, Now Open”

Food 52: “Good to the Grain vs Plenty: 2011 Piglet Tournament”

Oprah“9 Delicous Ways to Bake with Whole Grains”

The Kitchn“Good to the Grain by Kim Boyce”

Oregonlive“Cookbook Review: Good to the Grain”