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Pastry perfection

No matter the time of year, one delectable dessert can provide pleasure with every bite. There is always room for this heavenly pastry known as pie.  Each pie element serves its purpose, but dough lays the foundation for these beloved baked goods. A robust pie crust is buttery, tender, and

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Pastry perfection

No matter the time of year, one delectable dessert can provide pleasure with every bite. There is always room for this heavenly pastry known as

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Wine out west

Main Street Cellar in Olde Town Elkhorn is a cozy shop providing high-quality wine at accessible price points. From social outings to tastings and classes, the spot is a welcome

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Fast and fresh

Embarking on a road trip, most travelers eventually stop en route at a convenience store for fuel and tasty car snacks, perhaps peckish enough to try a prepackaged salad or

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Coffee and community

To be “zen” means to feel peaceful, calm, and collected. When job burnout left Abby McLeay run down, she knew she needed some zen in her life. Finding inspiration from

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Spirits of Nebraska

Behind the Shady Rest Motel in Arapahoe, Nebraska, Master Distiller Ryan Hanzlick is working magic with native Nebraska fruits and grains. The award-winning spirits crafted at Long Dogs Distilling (named

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Cereal craze

Picture this: it’s a Saturday morning, your favorite cartoon is on TV, and a bowl of cereal greets you at the kitchen table. The infamous Mario jump and “waka waka”

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A fascinating fusion

Oscar Hernandez didn’t intend to make the hospitality industry his life, but sometimes life surprises you. A job slinging pizzas at longtime Omaha spot Zio’s Pizzeria sparked a flame that

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Blending two crafts

The community of Syracuse in southeast Nebraska is very much like other towns its size. With a population of roughly 2,000 people, there is farmland, a hospital, and small businesses.

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Famous small-town diner

The Potter Sundry is a small-town diner with a historic drugstore soda fountain famous for its Tin Roof Sundae, a decadent combination of vanilla ice cream topped with rich fudge

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A family’s dream come true

The word “family” is defined in many ways. Family can be those who grow up within the same household, co-workers who work closely together, or simply those who feel unconditional

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Time to get cooking

Sur La Table is a food-lovers dream shop full of tools and gadgets, quality knives, unique ingredients, and tableware for every imaginable dish, but in the back of the store

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