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Elevating the Nebraska dining experience

Nebraska’s rich history of the reuben

Who invented the reuben? The meaty grilled sandwich has an origin story that diverges in two directions: one that begins in a New York City delicatessen, and the other in Omaha at the famed Blackstone Hotel.  As the New York version is told, a famous actress strolled into the deli

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Sweet Treats

By name alone, Grand Island’s The Chocolate Bar evokes thoughts of delicious cocoa concoctions and other delectable sweet treats. And while the establishment offers those as well as many other

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Cruising for Brews

Summertime is an excellent time of the year for a road trip to visit a few Nebraska breweries. You can easily visit three breweries on a two-day trip with just

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Chefs Who Impress

Plenty of room for front and back of house alike at Too Many Cooks in the Kitchen, the annual fundraising event hosted by the Omaha Restaurant Association (ORA), an Omaha

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A Celebration of Caribbean Culture

Chef Joel Hassanali’s fascinating and fabulous career odyssey—which includes working at his parent’s restaurant in Trinidad as a boy, stints with two celebrity chefs, taking care of professional athletes, and

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Cather’s Kitchen

Willa Cather was born on December 7, 1873, and 150 years later several months of sesquicentennial celebrations took place, including the unveiling of her statue in the U.S. Capitol’s National

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Lavish Lavender

Whether spritzed as a fragrance or massaged as an essential oil, lavender is a sought-after product adored by many for its beautiful appearance and calming properties. One couple has turned their affection for the wildflower into a budding business by harnessing the power of lavender and honey bees to create

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Orchard delights

Nebraska City, Nebraska, home of J. Sterling Morton, founder of Arbor Day, is also home to sundrenched orchards. At Arbor Day Farm, guests can sip signature wines crafted from the luscious orchard fruits grown in this fertile soil.  Beverage manager Sara Wiebold has been in the hospitality business for years—for

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pepperoni pizza

Upscale food with a local flair

In the heart of Nebraska, Kearney is home to a small-town lifestyle that pairs urban amenities with local events and history. A leisurely road trip just off I-80, the city welcomes residents and travelers to an eclectic food scene bursting with international flavors. For those yearning for an upscale eatery

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Creating connections through local beer

Six years ago, life for two couples took a dramatic turn. Their internal compass told them it was time to find somewhere they could call home. Jason and Kimberly Hines grew up in Michigan, where they met in college. Mark Kraus, Kimberly Hines’s brother, was in the Marines and met

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Enjoy reds, whites, and a view

An entrepreneurial farm kid at heart, Mick McDowell was always looking for something to do, so when wine and grapes enjoyed a resurgence in Nebraska, he started dabbling in hobby wines. In 1999, a workshop on grape growing and winemaking sparked a future dream: owning a winery.  The dream became

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Crafting excellence in the industry

Thanks to a spirit of innovation infused by its founder, Boulevard Brewing Company continues to thrive as a 35-year-old Kansas City craft brewery evolving its product portfolio to stay ahead of trends in an ever-shifting industry. Cases in point would be Boulevard’s expansion from its flagship Unfiltered Wheat Beer that

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