Issue 26

Wine(ry) Recommendation: Smith-Madrone

Charles, Stu, and Sam Smith have one hell of a good thing going high up in the Spring Mountain District of California’s Napa Valley. Last month my friend Zach, who manages Corkscrew, and I had the opportunity to visit them

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The Supper Club: Mexique­­­|Chicago

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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A Napa Valley State of Mind

“Some folks like to get away, take a holiday from the neighborhood, hop a flight to Miami Beach or Hollywood.” But I’m flying Frontier, through the blue and gentle skies; I’m in a Napa Valley state of mind. The Napa

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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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Kansas City Beers

Kansas City has long been known as an epicenter for some of the most delicious smoked meats that the world has to offer, but a quick three-hour drive South down I-29 will truly prove rewarding to the craft beer enthusiast.

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Taste the Nation

A country-wide guide to bringing the flavors of the mountains, prairies, and coasts to your kitchen Traveling and Christmas shopping are two of my most enjoyable disposable income streams. I travel several times a year for fishing trips, concerts, a

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Bonding over Korean Food

Korean food was designed for bringing together friends and family. I lived in Korea for two years as an English teacher and what I have noticed is that Koreans like to do things in groups. I once told my co-workers

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Finding the Food: Des Moines

Recently some friends and I decided to head up to Des Moines for their first-ever Hinterland Music Festival. We were looking forward to music from Future Islands, TV On The Radio, Edward Sharpe and more, but I was really looking

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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 BBQ in Omaha. Every now and then, I or someone else will put up a Facebook post asking for “the

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Finding the Food: Deweese, NE

This is the furthest I have been out for Finding the Food to date. I found myself with some friends in Deweese, Nebraska – a tiny town with a population of 67. The town exists in the area of the

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