• Dining at the Global Table: Australia

    Think you can’t get Kangaroo in Tulsa? Think again. This weekend we had an Aussie Barbie (that’s Australian for barbecue) and ate delicious mango and pineapple kangaroo kabobs with meat purchased from Harvard Meats (www.harvardmeats.com). The nice...

    • Posted April 7, 2010
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  • Dinner at Caramel Bakery

    Superb food in an elegant Brookside setting for $12. What more can I say? Oh, there’s more. There’s a crucial point almost halfway through Virginia Woolf’s masterpiece “To the Lighthouse” when family and friends assemble for dinner....

    • Posted April 6, 2010
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  • You Say “Spanky’s”, I say “HeHe”…

    You Say “Spanky’s”, I say “HeHe”… then “Mmmm!”… then “UGGHHH!” I’m gonna go ahead and make the presumption here that this is going to be it’s own series. 1. – Because the entire experience was AWESOME, and...

    • Posted April 6, 2010
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  • April is for Cooking

    April is my favorite month, maybe it’s because it’s my birthday month. And really, even without that “holiday” it’s a pretty great month, the perfect spring fling month. A fling with what you may ask? Cooking of...

    • Posted April 6, 2010
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  • Deals Digest – $1 Steamed Buns & All You Can Eat Lunch

    Deals Digest for the Week of April 5th, 2010 $5 Lunch Special – April 5th to 9th To celebrate the new menu items, and Jackie Chan’s birthday, ALL of Yokozuna’s lunch entrees – not just the new...

    • Posted April 5, 2010
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  • Guang Zhou – Authentic Chinese Food in Tulsa

    Finally, an authentic Chinese restaurant in Tulsa. People sometimes ask me what I miss most about New York. They expect me to say the crowds, or the theatres, or the boundless wave-tossed sea. I always answer, Chinese...

    • Posted April 1, 2010
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