How hot is too hot? Judging from local self-described heat aficionados, it depends. One thing everyone agrees on, though, is that the city offers a lot of cuisine to ignite their passion for hot peppers. By Greg Elwell. Cover Christopher Street.
“This is my seventh year to be a part of the Omelette Party and donate a piece of art,” said Oklahoma City sculptor Joe Slack.
Oklahoma City Midtown Rotary Club’s Spelling Bee(r) returns, Paul Zimmerman buys majority share of Leaf & Bean and Caffeine Crawl returns to the metro.
“We have a hunger inside of us to be connected to the natural world,” she said. “No matter how happy you might be at an office job, you still have that need.”
But pressure is how diamonds are made, and the beer-loving brewers know they’re canning some gems.
Esca Vitae, which is Latin for “food is life,” is a partnership between retired Kerr-McGee supply chain logistics specialist Don Mills and anesthesiologist Steven Lantier.
“The cocktail needs to be the focus,” he said. “The champagne is an ingredient; it needs to play well with the other kids at the party.”
IAO presents Bleeding Hearts Brunch and Coffee Tasting, United Fresh Start Foundation brings salad bars to two local schools and Inner Circle hosts a Valentine’s masquerade.
Postmates and OrderUp delivery food from various restaurants throughout the metro.
Many restaurants around the metro have prepared special menus for the holiday.