By Joshua Robert Long
I should preface this story by explaining, for those who still aren’t too familiar with me, or my backstory, that I’m an Ohio native, born and raised in the Midwestern state. My wife and I moved to Seward at the beginning of June because she was hired on as the new Curator at the Seward Community Library & Museum. We are used to a particular atmosphere, weather pattern, and natural environment that is more or less an entirely different kettle of fish.
By Bob Shafer
There is an aspect of serving a meal that is often not appreciated by the hungry. This is a visual appeal known as “plating,” and close attention is paid to how the food is arranged for serving. Restaurants in Seward take this one step further and add art to the decor of the seating area, allowing the dining experience to be a treat for the eyes as well as the taste buds. This article will be the first of a series.
What would be your solution the medical transport problem?