Spring Wine Dinner & Farmer’s Early Harvest

Spring Wine Dinner at Dario’s Brasserie

Dario's Brasserie is holding a Spring Beer Pairing on Wednesday April 11, at 7 p.m. The evening is being described by Dario's Brasserie as "a celebration of Belgian beers and gastronomy." Space is limited and the cost is $50 per person. To make reservations call Dario’s at 402.933.0799 after 3:30 p.m. or go to www.dariosbrasserie.com for more information.

Farmer’s ready to harvest their first crops

From flooded fields in 2011, to a March harvest in 2012, local farmer’s face a new challenge – nowhere to sell their produce. Omaha’s warm spring has caused local farmers to already harvest their first crop of asparagus, radishes, garden greens, and rhubarb, but area farmer’s markets do not open until May putting owners in a pickle.“I’ve never harvested my asparagus this early before,” said Omaha area farmer Susan Miller of Grandview Farms.” Susan has been harvesting her asparagus for over 2 weeks already. One Omaha business is providing a free solution. Tomāto Tomäto, Omaha’s Indoor Farmer’s Market, is offering space to local farmers who desire to sell their fresh produce to the Omaha community. Tomāto Tomäto will welcome farmers every Saturday in April from 9 a.m. to noon. 

New Omaha Happy Hour App

After the success of omahahappyhours.com, PMC Design LLC has launched an Omaha Happy Hours App which is now available for iPhone and Android systems. Find Omaha food and drink specials from the location of your phone, email happy hour info to your friends or get information for taxi cab service. The download is free.

Introducing Krista O'Malley as the new Contributing Editor for Dishomaha

As the new contributing editor of Dishomaha and writer of The Crumbs, I bring an experienced and enthusiastic perspective to the Omaha food scene. Being married to chef instructor, Brian O'Malley combined with my own culinary background has ensured my connection to all things food. Mostly, I share my time and passions with my two little girls. And now, I am excited to share the cake and the crumbs with you. 

posted at 04:19 am
on Friday, April 06th, 2012


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