Oklahoma Craft Beer Summit features beers, panels, guest speakers and a pre-conference party.
“[Chefs] come in and prepare meals, we charge a fee and everyone gets to enjoy a nice dinner outside in the gardens,” Elkins said.
Here are some tamale-trading spots across the city worth checking out.
Benny Jacobs, owner of craft beer bar The Root, and Oklahoma Gazette compiled recommendations from the Summer Brew Review.
Local chefs work with aspiring chefs to create a five-course meal.
This month’s event raises funds for Classen School of Advanced Studies.
Cooking For Kids classes are offered at Francis Tuttle Technology Center and in Tulsa, Okmulgee, Stillwater, Alva and Bartlesville.
The restaurant serves up perfectly cooked classics with masterful twists.
The best thing on the menu is offered under the heading Casa De Miguel.
Oklahoma Gazette’s panel of experts and enthusiasts blind-tasted more than 30 craft and seasonal brews and rated them on aroma, appearance, taste, mouthfeel and overall goodness. We proudly present the top 16 in the Gazette’s 2017 Summer Brew Review. By Gazette Staff. Cover by Christopher Street.