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Cook It In 2013

I’m going to break the myth that cooking from scratch, at home is faster or less expensive than snagging some takeout. In some cases, it absolutely is, in others it probably isn’t.

Cooking, like any new skill, takes time to learn. As you do more, you know more, once you know more you can do “it” faster – cut it, find it, prepare it and put it together in a snap. Once you build a foundation of basic knife skills...


Crumbs

Lovers of Food and Music Unite!
Benefit dinners are pretty common these days but few are as cool as those that support Hear Nebraska. The nonprofit organization dedicated to making the cornhusker state a place for great music and creative talent partnered with Vegan Super Chef Isa Chandra Moskowitz of Post Punk Kitchen (http://www.theppk.com) and musical talent, The Mynabirds, for a one-night gourmet dinner and...


Where’s Your Beef?

You would be hard-pressed to catch my friend Stacy Darnold perusing the meat counter at a grocery store. She has enough beef at home in her freezer to last her family for a year. “I don’t know when the last time I bought beef from a store was,” she says. “I’d never buy beef from a grocery store unless for some weird reason I’m out of beef.” Of course, with a freezer full of beef at home, this never happens.

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Food News Round-Up

Benefit to Support Bread and Cup Co-Owner Karen Shinn

Upon walking into Bread and Cup in Lincoln nothing particularly screams local – at least not in the typical Lincoln, Nebraska sense. No bright Husker-red walls or football memorabilia, but in a way it represents everything that local should be – a place for community and conversation.

The capital city restaurant turned five this year while one of the...


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