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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 musical performance. The event will take place Sunday, Nov. 18 at 7 p.m. in Benson. Only 20 tickets are available at $100 per ticket. The money you spend is tax deductable, which means you get to feed your soul and your stomach at the same time. For complete details check out:...

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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.

Stacy is just one of the many people who have joined the growing trend of buying quarter or half portions of cows directly from farms. Granted, as a self-proclaimed “farm kid,” this is not a new practice for her. “We always did this growing up. We bought beef from our neighbor.”...

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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 co-owners, Karen Shinn, battled reoccurring stage IV ovarian cancer. She was first diagnosed in 2010. She and her husband, Chef Kevin Shinn, are revered members of the regional culinary scene. A benefit dinner to help offset Karen’s medical costs will be held in her honor on Sunday,...

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Check out this fun event for all “foodies” or history buffs. There will be a Read it and Eat Culinary Conference at the W. Dale Clark Main Library on Saturday November 3rd, from 11:00 a.m to 4:00 p.m. The event is for all ages. Join former restaurateurs, Omaha food enthusiasts and historians as they discuss how menus have changed dramatically over the past 50 years in Omaha to reflect changes in society and how we look at food. People knowledgeable about the evolution of Omaha’s restaurants, food and kitchens will discuss the changes, as well as the reasons for the changes. Menus will be on display. Here are some of the other speakers and their agendas that will pride insight at the...

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Stokes Bar and Grill is switching it up and relocated their west location. They officially closed doors at their 114th and Dodge location on October 20th. They are moving to 13615 California, previously the home of Blue Agave. Stokes will open in their new home on October 27th. For more information on Stokes Bar and Grill, you can visit www.restaurantsinc.net/stokes or call 402.498.0804 for reservations.

 

Tommy Colina’s Kitchen is adding another location. They are moving west to the Spring Ridge Plaza on the Corner of 180th and Pacific across the street from the Hy-vee, officially 17857 Pierce Plaza. For more information, go to www.tommycolinaskitchen.com

Cantina Laredo recently...

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You Won’t Be Sorry: Varsity Sports CafĂ© and Roman Coin Pizza

It’s all quiet in my house on a Monday night and my husband is nowhere to be found. I look in the kitchen, the bedroom and then wait. It hits me. Just when I realize he is downstairs in his man cave, I hear, “Get the ball – hustle!!!” Ah yes, it’s football season. The time of year where we lose our male loved ones to a sports bar and plates of nachos and wings. So when the following Monday came around, I decided that it was time to join in and experience what this world was like. To do that, we went to Varsity Sports Café and Roman Coin Pizza at their new Midtown location. Between the array of televisions on a wall, there is truly not a bad seat in the house to watch a game. Plus, on...

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