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Freeze, please

And what do you want when it’s triple-digits? Why, “fro-yo,” of course. If you’re in Midwest City, a popular place for live culture, nonfat frozen yogurt is Pink Swirls in the Town Center Plaza strip mall on the north side of Interstate 40. Live culture yogurt is touted as fixing about everything that ails you,

Back to the land

“I think the rosé Champagnes are wonderful,” Putnam said, “but people see the color and it triggers something else in their heads. These are some of the best wines made anywhere in the world, but people see sweet or cheap instead of quality and delicious.” Putnam is talking about two Grower Champagnes in his portfolio:

Soda grows up

This is pop’s new time to fizz big. The bubbly age reached its zenith years ago. Slowly, pop flavor lost its zing. Natural flavorings were replaced by artificial additives, real sugar was exchanged for high-fructose corn syrup and traditional bottles gave way to aluminum cans. Luckily, the sparkle is back, and local vendors are selling

To market

Owner Susan Graff has run the family farm since 1997, and she’s been participating in the OSU-OKC Farmers’ Market for most of those years. “You get to meet the farmer, and you know where everything is grown,” she said of farmers’ markets. “In meeting the farmer, you can talk to them about how their product

Spaghetti dinner to benefit wounded soldier

The explosion caused him to lose both his legs and his left arm, making him one of only 23 surviving triple amputees from the war. Dunagan will be honored with a spaghetti dinner and bake sale from 5 to 9 p.m. Saturday at the American Legion Building, 123 N. First in Guthrie. Adults can eat

The other white

Instead, a region of New Zealand called Marlborough has lent its name to a style of Sauvignon Blanc that focuses on grapefruit. Baskets of grapefruit. Freshly squeezed grapefruit juice. Over-the-top-acidic grapefruit. “Marlborough became synonymous with a style of Sauvignon Blanc that accentuated a single component of the varietal,” said Chris Alton, Kobrand ambassador to New

Snow days

Summer SnowFind it here: 1325 N. Janeway, MooreHours: 1-10 p.m. dailyCheck out: The Care Bear (sweet and creamy) or The Barbie (really sweet) Ice BrewersFind it here: 9277 N. MayHours: noon-10 p.m. dailyCheck out: The Silver Fox (tastes like Anderson Cooper, aka almond vanilla) Eskimo SnoFind it here: 1724 W. Lindsey, NormanHours: noon-11 p.m. dailyCheck

Gray Owl stirs up latte art competition

At 8 p.m., Gray Owl Coffee, 222 E. Gray in Norman, will host a latte art competition, in which some of Oklahoma’s best baristas will pour their best designs in a single-elimination event with a cash prize. All are welcome to watch the caffeinated competition, with free beer and lattes provided. For more information, call

The Metro plans Serbian feast

The Metro Wine Bar & Bistro, 6418 N. Western, is planning a Serbian dinner at 6:30 p.m. July 17. The guest chef will be Marko Kratohvil, an artist and sculptor who helped choose savory Serbian specialties for the evening. Part of the proceeds will benefit City Arts Center. Tickets are $80 per person, which includes

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