Casseroles and Chocolate on the Go Caters To Hungry People On The Go
Abraham Catering is launching a new division called "" Offering fresh, homemade entrees, sides and desserts for takeout.
"Meals are packaged in ready-to-go pans, with baking instructions included," Abraham Catering President Brian Kobs said. "It's perfect for families who are tired of pizza and burgers. They can pick up a fresh casserole after work, pop it in the oven and enjoy a great dinner."  For about $7 a person, customers can enjoy a casserole, salad and dessert," Kobs said. "That's comparable with fast food options, but it's much healthier and well-balanced."
Offerings include breakfast quiches and casseroles, dinner casseroles, salads, and a variety of desserts (pies, cookies, brownies and bars). Casseroles can be heated immediately or frozen.
Orders require 24 hours advance notice. Selections can be made on the company's website,, or by calling (402) 331-6610. Orders are picked up from the Abraham Catering headquarters, 5520 Miller Avenue in downtown Ralston.

Specialty Chocolate Shop to Open
Chocolatier Blue, a specialty chocolate shop, will open in November at Village Pointe Shopping Center. Owner, Chris Blue, with origins in Nebraska, attended French pastry school in Chicago where he learned his craft and mastered the techniques associated with his creation of a line of innovative chocolate confections. Blue’s product brand philosophy involves using the finest quality ingredients with a focus on an aesthetic presentation. 
Customers can purchase as individual pieces or have the option of choosing multiple pieces assembled into gift boxes in a variety of sizes. Chocolatier Blue will also have 13 varieties of chocolate bark with flavors such as pistachio, cherry, white chocolate bark, fig, walnut, dark chocolate bark, peanut, and milk chocolate bark.
The Village Pointe Chocolatier Blue store will be one of seven in the company including Blue’s flagship business in Berkeley, CA, and a store located in Lincoln, NE. Check out for more information.


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on Saturday, October 29th, 2011


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