Tag Archives: vegetarian

Veggies, root-to-tip

Today in the World-Herald, I wrote a story about eating the whole vegetable — the skins, the tops, everything. I first heard about this trend during a segment on The Splendid Table, one of my favorite NPR shows. Here’s a … Continue reading

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Dinner at Block 16

Block 16 started serving dinner a couple weeks ago, and on their second night of service we decided to check it out. Matthew and I both love their offerings at lunch, elevated street food that always includes lots of creative … Continue reading

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Shanghai greens

If you read my dining review last week, you already know that one of the best things I ate in China were simple stir-fried greens. Last night, I decided to try and recreate them at home. More on that in … Continue reading

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Review: Lot 2

Benson is quickly becoming a new food destination in Omaha. And Lot 2, the restaurant I reviewed today, is at the heart of it. The short form: I love Lot 2. It’s got the atmosphere, service and delicious food that … Continue reading

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Vegetarian Runzas

I’d never made Runzas before, but I’d always wanted to try. When I wasn’t eating meat, I often had a craving for the sandwich, and when I started eating meat again, one of the first things I had was a … 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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Thanksgiving week: for the non-meat eating crowd

Since Thursday is the beginning of the crazy holiday season when food is on everyone’s mind, I’ve got a series of posts planned about holiday cooking, including some tidbits on food safety, an interview with a food storage expert from the … Continue reading

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