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November 18, 2019

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Loper Food Podcast

September 19, 2019

Ian Kahler interviews several students about their experiences with local restaurants and other food related items.

Raspados are the traditional Mexican version of a shaved ice, but the difference doesn’t end with the syrupy flavor. “The ice is a lot thicker,” Gutierrez says, “It has to hold the thicker syrup.” Indeed, the ice is closer to crushed ice than snow, and layered on top of it is a sweet syrup made from fresh fruit, pieces of fresh fruit, and perhaps even candy.

In Lexington, food introduces culture

April 18, 2019

Lexington home to variety of cultural, authentic restaurants BY Haley Pierce “It’s not Kool-Aid,” Carlos Gutierrez says with a laugh while handing me a pineapple, or piῇa, Raspado. And...

Dave Schaben, head of tours and son of co-owner of Thunderhead Brewery, stands in front of the masher in the warehouse at the Thunderhead Brewery location in Axtell, Nebraska.

Kearney embraces craft beer options

April 18, 2019

Thunderhead, McCues keep local brews on tap BY Brett Westfall Craft beer in Kearney, Nebraska is more than just a big named, skunky smelling, fabricated, and ordinarily domestic brew. It’s a culture...

Andrew Erickson operates Andrew’s Garden, a farm-to-table produce store.

Farm-to-table movement flourishing

April 18, 2019

Central Nebraska recognizes current fresh produce trend  BY: Rachael Fangmeier Colorful peppers and textured pumpkins fill the old-fashioned metal basins that make up the aisles of Andrew’s Garden...

A customer inspects Taqueria San Judas’ menu.

Taco truck is late-night treat

April 18, 2019

Taqueria San Judas is authentic Mexican food in Kearney BY James Rader “Gracias,” a customer says as he drops over a 50 percent tip in Jose Tapia’s tip jar. This is not an uncommon sight if...

Members of Phi Delta Theta fry fish and mozzarella sticks for campus and the Kearney community tor aise money for the LiveLikeLou center.

Fish fry raises funds for Live Like Lou

April 18, 2019

Phi Delta Theta hosts fish fry to raise money for ALS research. BY: Braydon Conell Members of Phi Delta Theta – Nebraska Beta, the chapter of the international fraternity located at UNK, hosted...

“So I don’t have a car, I just walk or bike around town. There’s been probably a dozen times when I’ve been walking to work on like the other side of town and someone will pull up and be like ‘hey do you need a ride? Are you going to work?’ and I’ll be like yeah,” barista Moi Castill says about the customers at Barista’s. “They’ll be like ‘cool, cool, cool.’ And I’m like, I’ll buy your coffee, don’t you worry. Those things happen to me. It’s nice, it’s a good place and it brings people together.”

Barista’s excels with customer love

April 18, 2019

At Barista’s Daily Grind, they work hard to make atmosphere welcoming BY Jessica Moser As soon as you walk through the door at Barista’s Daily Grind the smell of coffee engulfs you. Like when...

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