Half a century is a long time to do something … well, do anything for that matter. In a world where so many things come and go fading away into our memories, what is it that makes some last and others not? To answer this question, why not ask a family that has done it? Perhaps it’s a secret but…
Ingredients: 2 cups Cask and Crew Ginger Spice Rye Whiskey 1 bottle Naonis Prosecco 1 cup Bentley’s Triple Sec 1 1/2 cups lime juice 1/2 cup lemon juice 3 1/2 cups Mr. Pure grapefruit juice (4 inch) piece of ginger, grated Fresh grapefruit and lime slices for garnish Directions:
With all the great holiday parties coming up at the end of the year, it’s good to have healthy options to offer your guests or to help you maintain the fantastic shape you’ve earned over the summer. A new restaurant called ah-Sigh-e will help you do both.
The month of October brings cooler weather in Oklahoma and an array of outdoor festivals from the Tulsa State Fair to Oktoberfest. In each one of our celebrations with friends and family, good food and drink is a key element. Recently, my family surprised me with a birthday dinner at Polo Grill in Utica … Continued
PANCAKES FOR POOCHES IS OCTOBER 12th Enjoy a pancake breakfast fundraiser hosted by the firemen at Tulsa Fire Station #32, on 91st between Sheridan & Yale, to support Benjamin’s Biscuit Acres Dog Park. The event is Saturday October 12th from 8-11 a.m. Meet the firemen, tour the station, and enjoy raffles and door prizes! Pancakes for … Continued
Not that long ago, the Oklahoma craft beer scene was small and almost non-existent. Revered pioneers including Choc Beer Company, Marshall Brewing and COOP helped to pave the way for the explosion of craft breweries we see today.
Tulsa’s finest chefs presented a spectacular five-course dinner with wine pairings by Devre Jackson, wine steward. This year's chefs included: Ben Alexander of The Tavern, Devin Levine of the CEC-Cox and BOK Center, William Lyle of the Summit Club, Jeff Marlow of the Food Bank, and Tiffany Woodrell of The Club at Indian Springs. OKFoodBank.org