There’s A Small Town In Nebraska Known For Its Truly Epic Sandwiches
One of the most distinctive foods that we Nebraskans associate with home is the Runza — that delightful pocket of beef and cabbage. But as most people know, the Runza is based on an old European recipe that was brought over by our immigrant ancestors. And in one town, that classic recipe has remained largely unchanged.
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And if you still needed another reason to visit Sehnert’s, the company is strongly committed to the betterment of the community and state. The bakery’s flour comes from Wauneta Roller Mills, one of the last family-owned mills in the state, and its other ingredients are locally sourced whenever possible. The owners have been repeatedly awarded for their service to the community and the local economy.
Whether you’re stopping in for a traditional bieroc, a distinctive Jiffyburger, a fresh salad, or a decadent pastry, Sehnert’s is a Nebraska classic that you’ve got to try. Find this can’t-miss bakery and cafe at 312 Norris Avenue in McCook. Visit Sehnert’s website here and check out the Facebook page for specials.
As a lifelong Nebraskan, Delana loves discovering the many hidden treasures of her state. She has worked as a writer and editor since 2007. Delana's work has been featured on more than a dozen websites and in Nebraska Life Magazine.
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