Edible Omaha

Real Fun with Real Food, Big Green Tomato

By Emily Brocker You’ve heard of fried green tomatoes, but have you heard of Big Green Tomato? Located on an acreage outside of Fort Calhoun, Nebraska, Big Green Tomato is a business centered around the love of real, good food. Founder Michelle Moyes Dill describes the business as a “growing adventure around food.” Through Big Green Tomato’s three … Read moreReal Fun with Real Food, Big Green Tomato

Slow Food Fast, Kitchen Table

By DR Brown After a five-year stint working at fine dining establishments in San Francisco, husband and wife team Colin and Jessica Duggan returned to their Omaha roots this past October. Since then, they have been busy translating fine dining quality, techniques and philosophies into a new restaurant concept sure to please. According to Colin, “Our goal is to bring back the time-honored tradition of eating healthy foods at … Read moreSlow Food Fast, Kitchen Table

Omaha’s Next Big Thing, The Berry and Rye

  By Summer Miller I sat down at The Berry and Rye, a craft cocktail bar located at 11th and Howard in Omaha’s Old Market, on a lazy, cool Sunday afternoon.   It was obvious to me that this place is different. The bartenders are dressed in vests and ties typical of mixologists in fine dining establishments—not … Read moreOmaha’s Next Big Thing, The Berry and Rye

Bringing Fun (and Green) to Town, Omaha’s Blue B-cycle

Story and Photo by Emily Brocker Omaha isn’t known for its green and fit forms of public transportation. But thanks to Omaha B-cycle and with the help of Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Nebraska’s generous resources, we’re on a path to change that.   If you’ve been to Aksarben Village or on the University of … Read moreBringing Fun (and Green) to Town, Omaha’s Blue B-cycle


  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