Chill out with tall, cool, liquored-up versions of the all-American milkshake this holiday season.
Food and Drink Features Angela Botzer
Since the first time the term milkshake appeared in a British weekly newspaper in 1885, the drink has gone through many transformations. Initially, it was an alcoholic drink made with eggs, whiskey, milk and ice cream, resembling eggnog. By 1900, however, chocolate, vanilla and strawberry syrups were introduced, sans the whiskey, creating a more familiar version.
What’s the proper mixture to be among the best bartenders in Oklahoma City? Six super ones spill their secrets.
Food and Drink Features Liz Blood
From the north side of the city to the Paseo and down into Deep Deuce, Oklahoma City teems with bartenders who love do to their jobs well. Most emphasize the importance of teamwork — there is no “I” in “bar” — and whether they’re focused on creating craft cocktails or speed-slinging drinks, six of the city’s best share their styles, stories and favorite drinks.
A new season means new eats on your favorite local menus.
Food and Drink Features Greg Elwell
Yes, there’s a chill in the air ... occasionally. Yes, the weather
outside is frightfully pleasant ... most of the time. It’s Oklahoma.
Fall means it’s not always so hot that you want to strip off your skin
and let your muscles enjoy the breeze.
One of the city’s most visible chefs, Ryan Parrott, serves up a history of his hits and misses.
Food and Drink Features Malena Lott
A 15-year-old dishwasher and cook recognized the creativity and instant
gratification that comes with cooking a meal and watching someone else
enjoy it. He hasn’t left the kitchen since.
Lorne and Lori Hall wanted to create a family tradition for their daughters, Elise and Molly. So on Saturday nights, Lorne made pizza and everybody would gather around the TV with a couple of slices of basil, pepperoni and sausage pie.