Food Day Heroes

Producer of the Year Doe’s & Diva’s: 1 nomination http://doesanddivas.com/ Iowa’s exclusive producer of sheep and goat dairy, Doe’s [female goats] and Diva’s [lactating sheep] Dairy in western Iowa has earned a place among Food Day Heroes through the employment of kind and sustainable practices. The Big Garden: 2 nominations https://www.facebook.com/The-Big-Garden-151469323935/?fref=ts http://biggarden.org/ On a mission […]

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New Tables

In a food-centric city like Omaha, doors are always opening and closing. Coffee shops, ice cream parlors and pizza places are always looking to add their names to the best of the best, and casual dining spots elevate their craft to compete with the most gourmet games in town. The Reader has taken a look […]

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The Cutting Edge

The cutting edge of Omaha’s culinary scene is sharp and swift, slicing the city wide open to possibilities and to characters ready and willing to realize them. Trying to find the carefully honed edge of the craft is a rabbit hole, and I learned that each chef in Omaha will have drawn deep inspiration from […]

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My Fave Place

If you were to ask your friends and co-workers what the best restaurant in Omaha is, you would have set into motion the argument that starts World War III. There are the obvious contenders, the classics and the ultra-hip, modern choices. Best is broad and subjective, and invites arguments over everything from ambiance to apple […]

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Meet Your Marketers

Warm Omaha weekends will always include a trip to either the Old Market or Aksarben Farmer’s Market. Strolling along the stands, meeting old and new friends, and finding fun ways to use unfamiliar produce is all part of the sweetest summer memories for me. In addition to the superior flavor of sun-ripened heirloom food, it […]

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Know Your Eatiquette

Emily Post had plenty to say about which fork to use, how to politely decline food that’s not to your taste, and what shoes are acceptable for a Sunday Potluck, but what would she say about Facebooking at the table? The Reader has put together a brief guide to help you avoid diner douchebaggery. Comment […]

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