Issue 28

Finding the Food: A Visit to the Black Crow Restaurant & Bar

Recently, I found myself helping a friend out on a photo shoot near Beatrice, Nebraska. The models were cows, tractors, golf greens, and fields of beans and corn. Not the most glamorous shoot and not the most glamorous area. I

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An Interview with Restauranteur Terry Alexander

In my world (as someone who works for a magazine covering the food and spirits industry), if you mention that you’re going to Chicago and you’re looking for places to go and things to do, there are a few givens.

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The Nebraska Tailgate Challenge

Mother Nature has given us a cooler than expected summer, and with every north breeze the excitement of the fall tailgating season in Nebraska gets stronger.   When most people think of Nebraska tailgating, they think of a sea of red

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Noah’s Ark was a Sandwich: Eating on the Road with Omaha’s Noah’s Ark was a Spaceship

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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Chasing the Windy City

As surprising as this may sound, I’ve grown up in Nebraska my whole life and, until April, I’ve never been to Chicago. I know, weird. For some reason I never had the desire to go, even though I only ever

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Noshing in Nepal: Exploring Culture with Food

We had been up for 30 hours when we had our first meal together. After hours of flying time and airport craziness, the jet lag and overall fuzziness in my head was threatening to suck out all the politeness I

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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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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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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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