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Oklahoma City delights restaurant patrons with special dinners

Oklahoma City delights restaurant patrons with special dinners

Oklahoma City is crazy about one-of-a-kind meals, and local chefs and restaurants are happy to provide them.

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Cover Story: The brunch bible: Your guide to metro brunch

Our ancestors figured out a simple equation: breakfast + lunch + a little booze = brunch.

Wes Tibbs holds a goose at his farm in Oklahoma City, Friday, June 24, 2016.  "We got into it because it's a marketing angle for when we move beyond the hobby farm level.  I think they're a really good organization, in that, they provide people who are doing far bigger things than I am doing an opportunity to get their name out there and get a different angle on marketing that a lot of people don't have.... As consumers are moving toward the locally grown movement, it really gives them a leg up to join the locally grown movement."  (Garett Fisbeck)

Nationwide farming coalition helps Oklahoma veterans

For Brian Chambers, life after deployment is a struggle in some ways. “I was a special missions aviator in the Air Force for eight years. We were everywhere — Afghanistan, Iraq, Africa — and I was lucky; I didn’t sustain serious injury physically, but I do have some issues mentally. It’s hard to explain, but

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Food Briefs: Mama Sinmi’s Chop House, farmers markets, The R&J Lounge and Supper Club and more

Mama Sinmi’s Chop House closes, SNAP users benefit at farmers markets, The R&J Lounge and Supper Club hosts Independence Day festivities and The Red Cup Supper Club plans vegan dinner with peaches.

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