Tag Archives: Lincoln

The Other Room

The only evidence I have that I was ever in the Other Room — a fantastic new speakeasy in Lincoln’s Haymarket — is a business card. You can’t take photos in the intimate space, which seats just 25. And the … Continue reading

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Shop Local gift guide, part two

…better late than never. For all you eleventh-hour holiday shoppers (sheepishly raises hand) here’s part two of my annual shop local gift guide, featuring makers and artists all based just an hour down the road in Lincoln. (Find part one, … Continue reading

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Life lately

A few snaps from what I’ve been doing lately. Last Saturday I spent the day in Lincoln for what Matthew deemed “The Lincoln Day of Fun.” And it was fun. Top to bottom: A snap at one of my favorite … Continue reading

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My Vegetarian Favorites

So yesterday I posted a response to an article in the New York Times about how it was difficult to eat meatless in the Midwest. Today, I figured I’d put my money where my mouth is and post a list … Continue reading

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On being meatless in the Midwest

This morning, a number of friends sent me this article from the New York Times, about being a vegetarian in the Midwest. If you haven’t seen it yet, check it out and then read on. (That’s me eating meatless at … Continue reading

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Chefs for Christmas

Today in the World-Herald I have a few Q&As with local chefs from Lincoln and Omaha about their holiday traditions. I also asked each of them one additional question and saved the answers to be featured on Omavore: “What is … Continue reading

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An appreciation: Caffé Italia

Caffé Italia, hidden in a tiny strip mall in one of Lincoln’s off-the-beaten-path neighborhoods, is one of those places that people who love eating dream of finding. I first went to Caffé Italia with my now husband when we had … Continue reading

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