Craft beer Advent calendars are back at The Casual Pint in Countryside Village near 87th Street and Shamrock Road.
The logical question: How do you fit a bottle of beer in a holiday calendar’s little window?
You don’t. The “calendars” feature a beer a day in a decorative box. Staff members choose the brews, and they’re promising a few surprises.
Supplies are limited. If you pre-order before Thursday, Nov. 18, the price is $89.99. The boxes go up to $99.99 if any are left after that date. Pickup begins on Nov. 22.
You can order online at cpomaha.com/advent, by phone at 402-919-7468 or at the store.
2021 World-Herald Living staff's favorite recipes
Check out these favorite recipes from the Omaha World-Herald Living staff.
Here’s an entire meal with pumpkin purée (from a can!) as the starring ingredient. The verdict from our Momaha taste-testers: Yes, please!
This recipe is easily customized. For fun, experiment with lemon zest, orange zest or sliced almonds to find your new favorite.
This version of the classic cookie recipe is dressed up with maraschino cherries and white chocolate.
Hand pies are an easy grab-and-go dessert — no utensils or plates required. They taste great served warm, at room temperature or cold and can't be beat for portion control.
Cherry bars have just the right amount of sweet from the cherries and icing, combined with the buttery goodness of the crust.
In case you need more reason to give this recipe a try, April is National Soft Pretzel Month.
Oreo Cookie Truffles are versatile. They can be adapted to any holiday simply by adding decoration or sprinkles.
Colorful spins on a beloved summertime treat.
With the combination of ready-made products and fresh fruit, in a matter of minutes you can whip up a delicious treat for your Fourth of July celebration.
Good things are made to be shared and remembered, and with s'mores, more is always better. Try these recipes (including one for homemade graham crackers) this summer!
To keep your crowd of all ages happy at your next tailgate or watch party, we've got a number of fun food-on-a-stick options.
Smoothies are good any time of day. But we especially like these for breakfast or an after-school snack.
This garlic-lime shrimp is not only delicious, but it can also be on the table in 15 minutes.
This lo mein recipe is quicker, tastier and healthier than take-out. And, if you have picky veggie eaters, the recipe can be adapted to whatever vegetables are family favorites.
Three to four minutes per side is all you need to cook this tender cut of meat.
If you like fresh fruit, you need to make these fruit pizza cookies.
While amazingly elegant-looking, these spiced pears wrapped in puff pastry are deceivingly simple to make. I thought for sure I’d have a “Pint…
Instead of using whole apples, cored and sliced apples allow for easier eating and the option to try multiple flavor combinations.