By Sara Baker Hansen
Flatwater Free Press 

A steak stare is born

Italian breed showcased on Nebraska plates


January 12, 2023

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What's for dinner • A steak artfully plated at Casa Bovina, the high-end Lincoln restaurant located at the headquarters of Certified Piedmontese in the northeast part of the city. Piedmontese beef tends to have less fat content than other beef, though its fans say it retains tenderness.

Under the warm lights of the Casa Bovina dining room, a round of Certified Piedmontese rib cap glows red, like a rare jewel.

A selection of house-cured charcuterie made from Nebraska-raised Mangalitsa pork is served artfully arranged on a slab of reclaimed wood.

Beef Wellington - a dish chef Zach Midgett, who came to Lincoln from Napa Valley's famed French Laundry, says he's still perfecting - arrives beautifully plated, with a piece of fork-tender Piedmontese meat at its center, surrounded by golden pastry that's melt-in-your-mouth buttery.

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