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The First Time

No, not that first time.

There are lots of things that you do for the first time, that really take some practice to either do it right or even enjoy it – or find out whether you even do enjoy it.   1,019 more words


The Reuben Sandwich

A grilled sandwich made with corned beef, Swiss cheese, sauerkraut, and Russian dressing on rye bread.  Yes, the Reuben sandwich.

Arnold Reuben, founder of Reuben’s Restaurant and Delicatessen, concocted this combo one night in 1914 when he was making a sandwich for a down-and-out actress named Anna Selos.  30 more words

Foodie Facts


Okay, so some of you know I am a Saveur fan..every month I wait for the issue to arrive and relish my time reading it with a cup of coffee on the couch, curled up in my hammock, or just on the couch on my balcony…so this issue had some fun interesting stuff…need to give credit where credit is due…current cover… 264 more words

New Omaha: Swartz's Delicatessen

Rendering of the new Swartz’s Delicatessen.

Mizman loh hitraehnu

For those of us who have longed for a real deal Jewish delicatessen to open in Omaha, I’ve heard from a little bird in the know, that we are all in for a big treat. 555 more words

Maker & Monger

Flaming Reubens in the making

Flaming Reuben

(artisan rye bread, mustard, home made sauerkraut, Cape Grim brisket pastrami, cheese)


All American

(2 American cheddars, onions, parsley, artisan sourdough, cultured butter) 107 more words


The Reuben Experiment

I recently embarked on a hair-brained food project halfway between a Michael Pollan novel and an urban homesteader’s fantasy. I made a reuben sandwich entirely from scratch. 960 more words


Speedboat Bar & Grill

Last week, some co-workers and I went out to celebrate a promotion. I have always heard that Speedboat Bar & Grill had good food so I was excited when I heard we were meeting up here. 457 more words