‘Grab ‘N Go’ a Super Supper Saver

Super Suppers, the leader of the “entrée assembly” industry, has launched its newly renovated website, www.supersuppers.com. Conceived, designed and developed with the assistance of Austin-Lloyd Marketing, the new website displays new images, store locator for their over 200 franchises sold in 36 states, links for new options like the ‘Grab n’ Go’ freezer and ‘Kids In the Kitchen’ classes, and will also feature the new Super Suppers reward and gift card systems to site visitors.

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Fall in Love with your Grocer at Dawson’s Market


If you’re a baby boomer longing for the days before “supersize me” became a part of our vocabulary or a 30- or 40-something who is discovering the joys good food can bring (not to mention the health benefits), Dawson’s Market needs to be on your “to-do” list.

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Cyprus Grille at the Renaissance Offers Surprises


Cyprus Grille is the kind of place South Tulsa’s restaurant scene has been needing for some time. Perfect for the power lunch or good for an evening out, it has warm ambience with comfy, dark upholstery, but is lit well enough to do business. And you can enjoy a nice lunch for under $10, not including dessert….which you don’t want to miss.

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Dairyman/Marketer Honored

Bill Braum, founder of Braum’s Ice Cream and Dairy Stores, was recently named Outstanding Dairyman/Marketer of the Year by Western Dairy Business Magazine. Braum was honored with the award during the World Ag Expo, held in Tulare, Calif.

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Overweight Children Face Challenges

As a child gets older, facing the trials of life is a challenge. With obesity on the rise in the United States, overweight children face even more challenges, with potentially deadly consequences. Excessive weight gain can significantly increase a child’s risk for acquiring diseases such as cancer, heart disease, high-blood pressure, stroke, arthritis, asthma, and diabetes. Albertsons has made a commitment to combat childhood obesity by helping kids in need, guiding them to a healthy future through school tours available to kids as well as nutritional advice from Albertsons Registered Dietitian Diane Peck who is available to shoppers at no cost by phone, email and in-store. Peck can be reached via email at diane.peck@albertsons.com or by phone at (817) 568-3912 or 1(888) SHOP-ALB to answer customer questions or to schedule a tour or lecture.

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Look, Learn and Eat Healthy

Family Features Editorial Syndicate

So, you’re out grocery shopping for, say, the ingredients to this delicious and heart-healthy pizza. But do you take the time to read the nutrition information on the food labels? Fewer than half of Americans do, according to a recent survey by the American Heart Association. That’s a discouraging figure, considering the tremendous effect the food we eat has on our health – particularly our heart-health.

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Oh-So Sweet Super Sunday Buffet

People in the Mediterranean have been cooking with onions for thousands of years. The ancient Egyptians ate lots of onions and even believed they were an aphrodisiac. Maybe that’s why they ate so many! The Israelites wandering in the wilderness longed for the onions they ate in Egypt. Too bad they never had the chance to taste OSO Sweet Onions, grown at the foot of Chile’s Andes Mountains, where perfect growing conditions produce large, juicy, mild onions with record-high sugar content, crisp texture and mild flavor that doesn’t kick back.

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Get a Taste of New Orleans at Hebert’s

Ed Richard, owner of Hebert’s Specialty Meats, is gearing up for a big Mardi Gras Party on February 8.

The Mardi Gras season begins on January 6 and continues until Fat Tuesday, the day before Ash Wednesday. On the Christian calendar, the twelfth day after Christmas is known as “Epiphany,” “Twelfth Night,” or “Kings Day.” It is the day the gift-bearing Magi visited the baby Jesus and is celebrated with its own unique rituals. One of the fun activities of the season is the King Cake Party. The parties start on “Kings Day” and a “Kings Cake” is served. The cake, a coffee cake made in a circle, has a small baby doll hidden inside before it is baked. The outside is decorated with icing of Mardi Gras colors. The colors, chosen in 1872 by Rex, the King of Carnival, are purple, which represents justice; green, which stands for faith; and gold, which stands for power. When the cake is served, the person getting the baby representing the Christ child is the one to have the next party. The parties, usually one a week, last through the Mardi Gras season and end on Mardi Gras.

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Tulsa Marriott Southern Hills Will Serve Christmas Brunch

Start a new Christmas tradition by having Christmas Brunch at the Marriott Tulsa Southern Hills at 71st Street and Lewis Avenue. It is a quiet, cozy, and out of the way place to enjoy a relaxful Christmas Brunch with good food and great service.

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Mazzio’s Catering Menu Offers More Than Pizza

Now, thanks to Mazzio’s, businesses, churches and other groups can have their own personal caterer without paying a hefty price. Mazzio’s Catering offers quality food, plenty of choices and great prices.

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More Than Just a Kitchen Store

The Savory Chef, a new Tulsa specialty store, hosted Max McCalman, maître fromager and author of “The Cheese Plate,” Friday, Oct. 15, for a cooking class, and Saturday, Oct. 16, for a book signing.

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Good Bread Makes Entertaining Easy

An easy and elegant brunch menu is a snap with an egg casserole. Add a leafy green salad and fresh bread for a meal guests will enjoy. Those who are too busy to cook can call Via Panera, Panera Bread’s takeaway and catering service, perfect for groups of five or more—for breakfast, lunch, dinner, snack time, any time! Here is a brunch recipe perfect year-round.

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