Prelude to Winterset

Winterset proceeds benefit the following:
Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma to fund the Food 4 Kids Backpack Program which provides shelf stable food items each week to children at risk of hunger on the weekends and during school holidays. Emergency Infant Services to provide formula and baby food for families who are dramatically impacted by the precipitous rise in food prices and ensure the nutritional needs of their very young children are met.

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Camp Fire To Host Incredible Kid’s Day

Let kids know how special they are by joining Camp Fire USA Green Country Council in celebrating Absolutely Incredible Kid Day 2009 on Thursday, March 19. Adults are encouraged to write notes of love and support to the children in their lives, and spend the day participating in child-centered activities.

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T-Town Trolley Connects Osage Casino to Downtown

A partnership with the T-Town Trolley and the closest gaming attraction to downtown has been forged.

The T-Town Trolley now operates on the hour to and from Osage Million Dollar Elm casino as free transportation is now available Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights from 6 p.m. to 3 a.m. to and from Osage Million Dollar Elm casino, the Brady district and Downtown Tulsa. The T-Town Trolley will be running from 6 p.m. to midnight after all major BOK Center shows.

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Tulsa Boat, Sport & Travel Show in Full Throttle this Week

This year’s Tulsa Boat, Sport & Travel show at the Expo Square QuikTrip Event Center, once again brought indoor boating fun and adventure.

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Buon Appetito!

The Savory Chef at 8283 S. Memorial Dr. hosted the Vietri Founder’s Event this month with Vietri representative Frances Gravely who visited Tulsa exclusively for the occasion. Pictured here at the Event Signing are from left, Frances Gravely and Savory Chef owners Don Jones and Leslie Jones.

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Ludger’s Caters to Sweet Palettes


If you’ve been searching for a taste experience in Tulsa, look no further. Ludger Schulz, chef and owner of Ludger’s Cakes & Catering, 6120 E. 32nd Place, fills the demand for great tasting wedding cakes and worldly palettes. Take a look at the menu for the Gourmet Dinner at Ludger’s private dining room on Oct. 24 to get an idea of what he serves.

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Consistently Good Food Served at The Hamlet


Customers can count on consistent quality at The Hamlet, which has provided the same great ham and turkey since 1986. In 2003 The Hamlet changed ownership to David and Leslie Lyster and his father Larry.

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New Cuisine

The BOK Center is bringing new businesses to downtown Tulsa, including the Casa Laredo at 4th Street and Cheyenne Avenue.

Enjoying the opening are Guillermo and Marina Rojas (4th & 5th from left) with friends and admirers.

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Chefs for the Cure

Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) served up a delicious way to fight breast cancer and celebrate special women, all while benefiting Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure at the fourth annual Chefs for the Cure, a “taste-of” style event on Sept. 13 at CTCA, which featured an array of gourmet cuisine from some of Tulsa’s finest chefs.

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Daily Grill Opens at Crowne Plaza

The Los Angeles-based Daily Grill restaurant opened August 18 in the exciting and newly renovated Crowne Plaza Hotel, just walking distance from the soon-to-be-completed BOK Center and the Tulsa Performing Arts Center.

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Tulsan Becomes Rancher, Provides High-Quality Meats


For a variety of reasons, many people opt out of “life in the city” to enjoy a gentler pace of life. Three years ago Tulsa businessman Richard Williford Jr. not only made the move out to the country from the urban environs of Tulsa because of a preference for small town life; he started a cattle ranch as well.

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Chef Bringing Yoga, Culinary Arts Together at Palace Cafe


Lacy Wissen is a firm believer that what one learns in one discipline can be transferred to another.

Wilson, 29, is the pastry chef at the Palace Café, 1301 E. 15th St. on Cherry Street. It is one step on her continuing quest to become a great chef.

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Joe Momma’s Pizza Set to Open Downtown in Summer


Blake Ewing is a problem solver.
That’s why his business card proclaims him the “Head Cheese” of Joe Momma’s pizza.

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Mayfest Offers Private Label Wine in 2008

When most Tulsans think of Mayfest, wine usually isn’t one of the first things that comes to mind. This year’s Mayfest staff is trying to change that with the help of Oklahoma’s Cabin Creek Vineyard and Winery. Tulsa International Mayfest announced there will be a limited number of private label Mayfest wines available at the 2008 festival. The wines are supplied by Cabin Creek Vineyard and Winery and feature the artwork of the 2008 Mayfest poster as the label.

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Chef on the Run

Chef Christopher Reid shared some amazing dishes with Tulsans April 5 at the Dresser Mansion. Chef Reid is part of “Chefs on the Run” which provides individuals with catering needs for weddings and special events.

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