TBH WITH SBH
The Takeout Chronicles
This week I have a half review/half appreciation of the beautiful patio dining experience we had recently @boilerroomrestaurant. Just spectacular, from top to bottom. Read it at the link in my profile, and make your reservation. You won’t regret it.
I was lucky enough to be the guest editor of the most recent issue of Nebraska Quarterly, the beautiful publication sent to University of Nebraska-Lincoln alums. My stories include an update from @sehnertsbakery in McCook, a profile of @goldenrodpastries owner Angela Garbacz and a story about the future of the dining hall, which has changed immensely since 2000, when I was a student. Plus, I’m sharing a bonus outtake from a photo shoot @quenluen did in our living room for the issue. I’m sure I’m waxing poetic about Runzas or something.The link to all the stories is live in my profile now!
I know I’m usually here with food reviews, but we’re living in new times, and today I have a mask review. I have tried lots and lots of homemade masks since the beginning of the pandemic and this one, designed and handmade in Omaha by my friend @rdqlus is hands down my favorite one. ️ Here’s why: The origami mask fits perfectly. No gaps. It looks fashionable, with its simple, beautiful design. It has a pocket for a filter, which I use with mine. It’s soft, breathable and comfortable, with a pop of color thanks to the cord. Plus, it has an ingenious slider mechanism that allows for both the custom fit and for the mask to be worn around the neck when it’s not in use. (See the second picture.)️ This isn’t sponsored — I proudly bought my mask from Steve, and I ordered a second one so I always have a clean one to wear. Support local creators, and get one for yourself. There’s a link to buy your own in my profile.