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Elevating the Nebraska dining experience

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Experience the smooth essence of bourbon

By law, the mixture of grains that are used to make bourbon must be at least 51% corn, and Nebraska is the third largest corn producer in the nation. The Cornhusker State and bourbon just might be the perfect pair.  Crafting bourbon is a relatively simple process: after at least

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Delivering creative cuisine and cocktails

Daniel Szucs, executive chef for Omaha Marriott Downtown at the Capitol District, and his culinary team are striving for a particular reaction when people sample the unique homemade cuisine at their downtown Omaha restaurant, Burdock + Bitters. “We want them to drop their fork and say, ‘Wow, that definitely wasn’t

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For the love of local food

Passionate butcher and charcutier Chad Lebo grew up near small butcher shops in the Pennsylvania countryside, where a passion for quality local products, heritage meats, and nostalgic food traditions was part of daily life. These early experiences planted a seed that would germinate and thrive in an unlikely place: Madagascar.

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A timeless trip to a nostalgic destination

Whether it’s a strong work ethic or devotion to community, there’s something to be said about Midwestern values. In the small town of Cortland, Nebraska, one woman seized a business opportunity and turned her dream into a retro reality. Today, Paper Moon Pastries is a vintage-inspired coffee shop and bakery

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Community and creative beers

When traveling across Nebraska, people will find many small communities with unbelievably old buildings that have been kept up over the years. Yet, it is rare to arrive in a town with three restoration events, including a hotel, restaurant, and brewery. Dr. Ben and Dr. Erin Schroeder, veterinarians in Hartington,

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Giving back through a taste of talent

Tasting menus serve as cohesive dining experiences focusing on discovering the senses through culinary art. One night a year, expert chefs across Omaha come together under one roof to showcase their talents to a group of explorative diners. To raise money for local nonprofits and culinary scholarships, the Omaha Restaurant

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Tessa Porter’s sweet success

Since childhood, Tessa Porter has had a penchant for breaking things down and rebuilding them to understand how things come apart and how to manipulate the parts in different ways when putting them back together.  After high school graduation, the visionary Porter fed her inquisitive mind, as well as her

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