BY DAVE CATHEY Food Editor email@example.com | Updated: Tue, Sep 1, 2015
Chef Chris McKenna brought a small army from Packard's American Kitchen to deliver a lunch service for about 300 guests at the WesTown Resource Center in the continuing effort by local chefs to turn the table on hunger in the Oklahoma City area.
BY DAVE CATHEY Food Editor firstname.lastname@example.org | Published: Wed, Sep 2, 2015
Other dining notes of interest to Oklahomans include that The Drake has opened in Oklahoma City; and The Coach House continues to welcome alumni of its apprenticeship program as guest chefs while celebrating its 30thanniversary.
A quick note to let you know Tsubaki Sushi & Hibachi, 5900 W Memorial Road, is currently carrying Kobe beef. I stopped by earlier this week for lunch and was treated by chef Henry Yang, who sent out a succulent selection of Kobe slices delicately topped with green onion. The beef is tender...
With the opening of The Drake Seafood and Oysterette, Keith and Heather Paul’s mastery of the restaurant business has become conspicuous.
The principals behind A Good Egg Dining Group, they began with Cheever’s Cafe. They purchased the former home of Cheever’s Flowers and turned it into an...
BY DAVE CATHEY Food Editor email@example.com | Published: Thu, Aug 27, 2015
Frankly (apologies), the disparity for hot dog passion between Oklahoma City and Chicago or New York City is as wide as our proximity to Coney Island.
But that doesn't mean we don't love us a good dawg. Just ask Schwab Meat Co., which has feasted on Oklahoma's appetite for hot links and...
BY DAVE CATHEY Food Editor firstname.lastname@example.org | Updated: Wed, Aug 19, 2015
The folks who eat lunch at Oklahoma City's WestTown day shelter regularly are always happy for a meal served by one of Oklahoma City's chefs. But when chef Jonathan Krell served them classic Beef Bolognese, response had never been as intense.