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What the pho?

This Vietnamese dish of rice noodles and broth is healthy, delicious and comforting.


Food and Drink Features

Vivian Boroff
Oklahoma City has a thriving Vietnamese community, and within the Asian District are several wonderful restaurants that specialize in the tantalizing soup known as pho (sounds like “fuh”).
 
Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Auto eats

The dining options along Automobile Alley have revved their engines and taken off.


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Vivian Boroff
Cruising through the streets of downtown Oklahoma City, you will find many enjoyable places to dine. No part of town, however, will capture your taste buds the way Automobile Alley will.
 
Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Eat your greens

Local restaurants are picking fresh veggies from their own gardens to present hyper-local meals.


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Vivian Boroff
Any gardener can tell you that there is a great sense of pride and accomplishment when you can pick something fresh from your garden and use it in your own kitchen. Nothing beats the flavor of produce picked at the stage of perfect ripeness, whether it be an heirloom tomato, or the smallest of berries and herbs.
 
Wednesday, August 3, 2011

The art of the sandwich

The simple sandwich goes gourmet at these metro restaurants.


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Vivian Boroff
A few months ago, over lunch with friends, a discussion arose about favorite sandwich places in the metro. We discussed breads, meats, cheeses and even vegetarian options. The one thing all agreed on is that a well-made sandwich is truly a form of art.
 
Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Eat your green

Do a little good for the globe without sacrificing your love of dining out or delicious food.


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Vivian Boroff
Living a green lifestyle takes a little effort and some conscientious thought.
 
Wednesday, April 20, 2011

DIY drinks

Local chefs and home cooks infuse their own alcohol with store-bought ingredients to create unique pairings.


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Vivian Boroff
Infused alcohol is all the rage and has made its way into local bars, restaurants and even home kitchens. Although many mainstream bars and liquor stores already carry a wide variety of infused alcohol (think the classic vanilla vodka) ready to be served or used, there’s a more creative alternative.
 
Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Where’s the beef?

Local, grass-fed beef makes for a healthy meat option


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Vivian Boroff
When I first started shopping at farmers’ markets and with local purveyors, it was simply a way of supporting local farmers and ranchers. But as I connected with those involved in raising food locally, I became increasingly aware of how much better grass-fed meats actually are for you.
 
Wednesday, January 26, 2011
 
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