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Crumbs: Chick Fil-A Finally Lands; Father’s Day Recommendations

* Chick Fil-A lovers can finally exhale. The Atlanta-based purveyor of fried chicken finally relented and purchased land at the Marketplace in Council Bluffs. Their fried chicken, whether in wrap, sandwich or biscuit form, is the stuff of legend. There’s no word on an opening date, though, so you’ll have to keep pestering your friends who work at Mutual of Omaha (there’s a Chick Fil-A in their cafeteria that...


Pick Up, Trucks

There are a few things you need if your city wants to be considered with the likes of Portland and Austin as a hip American hangout. A definable music scene is a good place to start. Bike lanes, a literal line in the street, seem to serve as a proverbial line in the sand between cool and simply ozone clogging. And lately a bustling food truck scene, which can serve all those late-night and helmet-clad diners,...


Crumbs — Barbecue and Bahn Mi

Grandma Foster’s barbecue sauce, based in Omaha, recently took home the “Best Overall Sauce Award” at the 7th Annual Great American Barbecue Competition in Kansas City, Mo., for its Grandma Foster’s Smooth & Spicy Bar-B-Que Sauce. The company also received 1st Place in the Spicy division and 6th Place in the Mild Sauce division. You can buy the sauce at HyVee, Bag ‘N Save, Dick’s Meats, SuperSaver, No...


It’s Official! It’s spelled “barbecue,” NOT “barbeque”

*Those of you waiting for a proper ruling on whether it’s spelled “barbecue” or “barbeque” can finally exhale. The 2011 edition of the AP Stylebook includes 16 pages of food-related entries for terms like “locavore,” “farmstead” and “blind bake,” as well as the definitive spelling of the term for slowly cooking meat: “barbecue.” And for those keeping track, you don’t need to capitalize...


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