Issue 28

Finding the Food: Lincoln Highway and Elkhorn

My latest adventure to find pockets of food outside of the Omaha area didn’t bring me far away from town. A short jaunt down the historic cobblestone Lincoln Highway brought me to the familiar old main street of Elkhorn. The

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Allez Cuisine! Heirloom Tomato & Fresh Mozzarella Tower Recipe

Yes, I know some of my friends think I’m a little extreme in my devotion to the joys of local farmer’s markets. People stopping by my office on a cold and blustery February morning, may find me staring longingly at

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The Top Dishes & Drinks of 2011

Welcome to the 2011 Menu of Menus. The menu items featured here were the top vote-getters in an online poll of Omaha’s top dishes and drinks in 11 different categories. Those are Best Salad, Best Comfort Food, Best Entrée, Most

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The Pathos of Cooking

Romance, comfort, grief — food triggers emotions in all of us If we agree that cooking is a method of persuasion, of dialogue, then we can explore the formal Aristotelian components of persuasion — ethos, logos and pathos — to

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BBQ Review: Nine BBQ Restaurants Duke it out to be Omaha’s best

For this issue’s food review we held another one of our food competitions — this one to answer the oft-asked question, “Who has the best barbecue in the area?” Barbecue was brought in from nine of the best slow-cooking, meat-extravanganza,

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Letter From the Publisher: Issue 10

Big and exciting changes are afoot at Food & Spirits Magazine. I’m happy to announce that FSM has formed a partnership with The Reader family of publications. John Heaston, publisher of The Reader, and I formed this partnership as a

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