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Life on the Farm

Joe Tierney is a compact, wiry man, full of energy – both physical and mental – and his hands reflect a life spent in honest labor. 4:15 in the morning finds him out of bed, and half an hour later he’s out the door.  He does the hardest work prior to 8 a.m., before the heat hits. This time of year,...

Not Another “Wimpy Sandwich”

Krell’s East Coast Delicatessen has brought a unique gem to central Oklahoma’s food scene. It’s not just an ordinary sandwich shop, but a place that offers big, fresh flavors that pay tribute to beloved east coast delis. You can enjoy house-cured corned beef and pastrami sandwiches, house-smoked fish and matzo ball soup, along with delicious sides like bread and...

Cajun Corner

Family-owned Cajun Corner presents diners with three convenient locations in OKC. Cajun delicacies, as well as out-of-the-box fusion dishes, pepper this dynamic menu.  Keep it classic with po boys, blackened fish, fried oysters, gizzards and gumbo. There are plenty of seafood baskets as well, ranging from shrimp to oysters to crawfish.  Fusion dishes surprise and delight, with options including Cajun fettuccine...

A Taste of Oklahoma

Oklahoma’s official state meal may be a nod to its homesteading past, but one local restaurant is bringing the flavors of the Sooner State into the 21st century, all while preserving its history. Scratch Kitchen + Cocktails Paseo and chef Zach Hutton, a James Beard Foundation Award Semi-Finalist, provide a modern twist on traditional Oklahoma flavors. From the mouthwatering...

Familiar, Yet Brand New

“I’m a third generation restaurateur,” says Sheamus Feeley. “And my family’s been farming even longer, so my whole life has been based on food. I’m a total country kid, and my earliest childhood memory is me and my cousin on my grandma’s porch in northwest Arkansas, topping and tailing green beans from her farm. For us, Tulsa was the...

Szechuan Story

Get an authentic Chinese cuisine experience at Szechuan Story, a small and cozy joint on OKC’s Classen Boulevard. The menu is jam-packed with flavor, starting with appetizers like crab rangoons, pork wontons, soup dumplings and spicy noodles. Cold dishes include beef and ox tripe, steamed chicken and pig ear, with a range of soups including hot and sour. The...

El Rio Verde

El Rio Verde remains one of Tulsa’s most beloved spots for Mexican cuisine. (If you’re not sure about it, the nearly 2,000 reviews on Google with a 4.6 out of 5 star rating should do the trick.) Start your meal off with one of many ‘botanas,’ or appetizers, running from chips and guacamole to shrimp, nachos or taquitos. Healthy...

Sedalia’s Oyster & Seafood

Described as “seasonal, modern and seafood-centric,” Sedalia’s Oyster and Seafood beckons diners for a unique experience. Oysters are plentiful, served raw or grilled, as are other delicacies like pickled Spanish mackerel, octopus antichuchos and the anchovy plate. Other goodies include the poached white asparagus with egg and mussel escabeche, alongside a yummy focaccia with Szechuan oil, and beef heart...

Copaneazi’s Pizzeria

Copaneazi’s serves up pizzas Neapolitan style – “tender, light and moist with a slight char on the crust,” according to its website, all created in a stone-fire oven. All about inclusion, diners can find options that are friendly to all: omnivores, vegans, vegetarians and those gluten-free. The pizzas are broken up into “reds” and “whites,” depending on sauce. Red...

A Long and Winding Road

Most chefs have fond memories of watching their grandma at the stove – Tiffany Taylor, however, does not.  “My grandmother was a horrendous cook,” she remembers with a laugh. “And I was an incurably picky eater. For five years, all I would eat was peanut butter and honey sandwiches.” Fast forward to adulthood, and Taylor found herself married and working at...