Help FarmTable Delivery

FarmTable is behind many of the deliveries of fresh food to many of the local restaurants in town. They get food directly from the growers and take it all straight to eateries. They’re a big part of the reason why you can enjoy fresh food when you go out to eat. Check out their Kickstarter campaign to help them buy their own refrigerated truck and keep those deliveries coming. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1183278462/bring-local-food-to-more-people-with-a-delivery-ve

Kickstarter Success for Localmotive

Speaking of Kickstarter campaigns, Localmotive was happy to announce a successful completion to their Kickstarter campaign. The goal to raise $40,000 was exceeded, allowing Localmotive to get back to work after their truck broke down. Nice job, philanthropic Omahans!  https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/localmotive/bring-late-night-food-back-to-the-streets-of-omaha

Awards for Cut Spike Distillery

La Vista’s Cut Spike Distillery is celebrating two medals won for their vodka at the Los Angeles International Spirits Competition. Cut Spike Premium Vodka won a silver medal for design and a bronze medal in the spirits category. http://www.cutspikedistillery.com

An Evening with a Certified Master Chef

Do you want to hang out with someone who really, really knows a thing or two about food? Get your tickets for Metropolitan Community College’s August 5 event, “An Evening with Master Chef Fritz Sonnenschmidt.” He’ll join you for dinner and wine and then share some of his culinary expertise. Tickets are $75. http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/749771


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