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The Reuben

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- 6 of Our Favorite Omaha Reubens
- Reuben, a Masque of Sandwich
- Slices of the City
- Beer Chat
- A Color-Code for the History of Wine

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Nosh Wine Lounge: Striving to provide consistent, excellent service 0

Omaha is a city with more than its share of bars and dining establishments. There’s something to accommodate every taste and every personality. Lately, it seems that a new restaurant rises up on every corner, from the ashes of another.

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The Supper Club: Lot 2

Publisher’s Note: Omega Omega Omega (Tri Omega), the culinary fraternity at the Institute for the Culinary Arts at Metropolitan Community

Reuben, a Masque of Sandwich

A good sandwich can be an emotional thing. A good grilled sandwich, even more so. Sidle up to a Reuben

6 of Our Favorite Reubens

For those of us in Omaha, the Reuben sandwich is our fair city’s iconic food item. Although its invention is

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A Color-Code for the History of Wine

I’m sure that somebody somewhere has written a comprehensive book on the history of wine. Surely it must be one

A Sandwich Called Reuben

Is there anything as soul satisfying as a perfectly made Reuben? Encountering your first Reuben is a delicious rite of

Finding the Food: Lippy’s BBQ in Malcolm

Ever since the demise of Amarillo BBQ in Bellevue, I and many others have been on the search for great

The Dumpster: Trending markets

Here in the heartland of agriculture we’ve cultured something that grows great on four acres of parking lot: the farmers

The Supper Club: Mouth of the South

Publisher’s Note: Omega Omega Omega (Tri Omega), the culinary fraternity at the Institute for the Culinary Arts at Metropolitan Community

Nosh Wine Lounge: Striving to provide consistent, excellent service

Omaha is a city with more than its share of bars and dining establishments. There’s something to accommodate every taste

Industry

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Becoming a Professional Bartender with the USBG

The United States Bartenders’ Guild is a non-profit organization dedicated to securing the professional future and reputation of bartenders through

Arrivaderci Vivace

My partner, Ann, and I said goodbye to an old friend this past month and I suspect a lot of

In the Business: B & G Tasty Foods, Part 2

Publisher’s Note: This column lets business owners, in their own words, tell us about the history of their place, how

Spirits

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A Color-Code for the History of Wine

I’m sure that somebody somewhere has written a comprehensive book on the history of wine. Surely it must be one

Beer Chat: Local brewers strive to use local ingredients

Local Nebraska beer is a wonderful thing. It’s fresh. It didn’t spend a month floating across an ocean and it hasn’t been

It’s Beer-ginning to Look Like Spring

During one particularly chilly evening this past winter, I remember staring at my road bike from the couch, leaning sadly

Columns

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Babysitting After Midnight: Infusions

It’s about to be summertime, which means grilling and drinks with friends and family outside on sunny days. We’ll be

Letter From the Publisher: Issue 20

This issue of Food & Spirits Magazine marks a bit of a milestone for us. In your hands is the

The Dumpster: Trending markets

Here in the heartland of agriculture we’ve cultured something that grows great on four acres of parking lot: the farmers