Issue 29

Catching the Train to Omaha Food on Midwestern Railway Journeys

A Review of Omaha Food: Bigger Than Beef by Rachel P.Grace You are entering a zone – not a zone of danger, but of food. For your journey, the new book, Omaha Food, Bigger Than Beef, is a kind of

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Railcar Modern American Kitchen: A hidden gem of Omaha’s restaurant scene

Although Railcar Modern American Kitchen, located at 144th and Blondo, is easily seen from the road, it feels like a hidden gem that seems to have been a bit overlooked in the recent bustling Omaha restaurant scene. Tucked into an

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The Joy of Gumbo

How would you like it if you knew you could absolutely knock the socks off your next dinner party guests? If you’re like me, I’m guessing the answer is a loud and resounding, “Yes!” Seeing your friends and family completely

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Its Not Just Noodles and Eggs: The Under Appreciated and Often Neglected Food of Blade Runner

Disclaimer: If you think you’re going to read an article about the food in the 1982 quasi-hit film, Blade Runner without bumping into a few spoilers, you are a fool. I just want to get that out of the way.

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Supper Club: Old Market Progressive Dinner

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 unique experiences. One of these experiences

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