Rubies enjoy lunch and "Food Talk"

Nebraska food was celebrated by 20 members of the Nelson Rubies when they gathered for lunch at a Nelson restaurant on April 18. After all had consumed their fill, Cindy Adamson provided information on famous foods and drinks founded in Nebraska.

While nearly everyone knows about Omaha Steaks and Kool-Aid, did you also know:

Dorothy Lynch salad dressing is produced in the small town of Duncan.

The term ‘Rocky Mountain Oysters’ began in Nebraska.

Rueben sandwiches were created at the Blackstone Hotel in Omaha for a man named Rueben Kulakofsky. The Blackstone also made butter brickle ice cream....


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