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Two Chickens and a Prayer

On June 13th, an Oklahoma mother-daughter duo will fly to Chicago to receive a highly coveted award that, until now, has never been claimed by an Oklahoma restaurant or chef. The James Beard Foundation Awards, often referred to as the “Academy Awards” of the food industry, honor the talent behind America’s culinary culture.  For 91-year-old Florence Jones, receiving word that...

Chicken Salad Chick

Invented by stay-at-home mom Stacy Brown in her quest for the perfect chicken salad, Chicken Salad Chick uses this savory treat as the base for many of the from-scratch craveables. Menu choices include chicken salad as a scoop or part of a sandwich – or you can make a trio of a scoop, cup of soup and delicious side...

Bird’s the Word

Inspired by his grandmother, chef Marc Dunham loves making people happy through food. Fortunately, his current culinary journey has him doing just that. At an early age, the Texas native began cooking out of necessity, but after watching his grandmother’s zeal for the activity, he quickly grew to love it. However, it was a job in his pre-teen years that...

A Taste of Hidalgo

Adan Salas rises with the sun and arrives at El Hidalguense on Tulsa’s east side. There are fresh, fluffy, corn tortillas to be made (“and when we’re crowded, that’s a lot of tortillas,” he says), chickens to be roasted, sour cream to be concocted, and mole – dark, complex, slightly sweet, with hints of chocolate – to be prepared....

A Home for ‘Foodpreneurs’

Oklahoma has more miles of the original Route 66 than any other state, and Tulsa’s Mother Road Market reminds people of the highway’s historical impact. The brainchild of the Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation, Tulsa’s first food hall on the iconic road combines innovation and learning space for food entrepreneurs, or “foodpreneurs,” as president and CEO Elizabeth Frame Ellison calls them...