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    Oklahoma food news and notes for May 25.

  • MELBA'S SWAP SHOP FOR THE OKLAHOMAN

    By Melba Lovelace For The Oklahoman mlovelace@oklahoman.com | Published: Wed, May 25, 2016

    Melba Lovelace shares readers' recipes for picnic fare and other favorites in her Swap Shop column in The Oklahoman.

  • Mary Eddy's Kitchen + Lounge eatery opens today at 21c Museum Hotel in Oklahoma City

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