Edible Omaha

Spring 2013 In Season

With spring comes a whole new world teeming with vitality. Vibrant colors, apparent especially in chard, bring to life the earth and put the dreariness of winter to bed. Chard, a fibrous green, especially tender in spring, can be eaten raw in salads or on sandwiches, cooked into a stir-fry or blended with fresh fruits into a smoothie. FRUITSBoysenberriesCherriesRaspberriesStrawberries HERBS & … Read moreSpring 2013 In Season

Advertising Directory Spring 2013

Acupuncture Thirteen Moons Acupuncture 1002 N 72nd St., Omaha, NE 402.827.1355 ThirteenMoonsAcupuncture.com Architecture Slate Architecture 3624 Farnam St., Omaha, NE 402.342.5575 SlateArchitecture.com Arts & Entertainment Joslyn Art Museum 2200 Dodge St., Omaha, NE 402.342.3300 Joslyn.org Corporate Dining The Dining Room at Union Pacific Union Pacific Headquarters, 1400 Douglas St., Omaha, NE 402.544.3663 Guckenheimer.com Destination Kimmel Orchard & Vineyard 5995 G Rd., Nebraska City, … Read moreAdvertising Directory Spring 2013

EXCESS PRODUCE CONNECTS GARDENERS AND NEIGHBORS

  Small Potatoes.Co By Emily Beck Local gardeners and their produce hungry neighbors are being brought together through Small Potatoes, a recently launched website that works a lot like Craigslist. With roots at last September’s Startup Weekend Omaha (an event where local masterminds gather to create companies in a mere 54 hours), the concept and … Read moreEXCESS PRODUCE CONNECTS GARDENERS AND NEIGHBORS

RADISHES

A Novice Approach to Growing, Cooking and Understanding These Hot Little Roots By Theresa Farrage If you’re a novice gardener who often relies on grocery stores, farmers markets and community co-ops to get your weekly vegetable and fruit fix, why not start your own garden in 2013? It’s not only economical—it’s also relaxing and enjoyable to become one with Mother Nature. … Read moreRADISHES

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