Issue 28

Finding the Food: Colorado and Texas

This was the first year in a while that I have been able to do some traveling. We headed out to Riot Fest in Byers, Colorado and the ACL Festival in Austin, Texas this fall. With festival food and amenities

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Snack Island

Editor’s Note: Omaha has developed a reputation as a ‘music town’ around the nation, so we figured a good way to visit some of the food our community encounters was to talk to one of the finer bands in Omaha

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Gluten Free Baking

Last August, there was some exciting news for the gluten free world. The FDA defined what “gluten free” labeling means for food products, acknowledging that there must be set regulations for food companies to follow in order to label their

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Protip: Grilled Cheese

As the colder weather sets in, the leaves change colors, we will change our T-shirts in for sweaters, and we will all eat a bowl of homemade chili with a rich, buttery grilled cheese sandwich. Whether you are vegan or

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That 70s Dinner: Chicken Elderberry Recipe

This family recipe came from Germany, along with my great grandma Buss. Grandpa and Grandma Buss started a new life here in Nebraska in the early 1900’s. Although I never knew them, I’m told that in the old days in

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Supper Club: The Grey Plume

by Jason Volkmer and Natalie Ones Publisher’s Note: Omega Omega Omega (Tri Omega), the culinary fraternity at the Institute for the Culinary Arts at Metropolitan Community College, strives to provide students with opportunities to apply and develop their skills through

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5 of Our Favorite Salads

When people think of salads, they often think of a side salad. I chose to challenge this notion – move over side salad! I ventured out and found five salads that could easily make up a main course. These salads

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London Calling

Arriving in London on a perfectly overcast, rainy day, I had been warned by fellow travelers not to get my hopes up too high for British cooking. For decades, the Brits had been the world leader in boiled meats, puddings

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The Times In Which We Live

“May you always live in interesting times.” – anonymous fortune cookie saying   Robert Kennedy gave a speech in Cape Town in June of 1966 in which he famously spoke the following: “There is a Chinese curse which says, ‘May

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From Travels to Table: Preparing and sharing the flavors of your vacation

Picture this; You’ve just gotten home from your magnificent vacation or weekend getaway. You may have a t-shirt, dishware, plenty of digital photographs and social media posts to remember the great time you had, but what if you could bring

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