All posts by Monique Garmy

Monique Garmy

About Monique Garmy

Monique Garmy is an Admissions Counselor and Diversity Outreach Coordinator for The University of Tulsa College of Law. She received her BA in Spanish and Creative Writing from The University of Tulsa, with a semester abroad at La Universidad de Belgrano in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Monique's passion for food and culture was developed at an early age, undoubtedly the result of being raised in a French-Colombian home that celebrated unique culinary experiences. This multicultural exposure has fueled an inherit need for adventure; to this date she has been to over 15 countries and has enjoyed every bite of her travels! A Tulsa native, Monique is thrilled to celebrate the growth of the city’s palate through her writing for TulsaFood.
  • The Rub BBQ Food Truck: Top shelf BBQ

    Joel Bein and Chris Wygle came across a food trailer for sale last year and knew that it was fate for them to open up The Rub Truck. Joel had been cooking all of his life and...

    • Posted September 4, 2015
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  • Lone Wolf is Now Howlin’ on Sundays at The Fur Shop – Come Brunch with the Pack

    Lone Wolf Banh Mi has already made a name for itself as one of the best food trucks in town. Everything they put out is delicious and it seems like every single time I go over to Guthrie...

    • Posted July 7, 2015
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  • The Parish at Hodges Bend: Approachable Excellence

    I’ve had my eye on the sleek black food truck parked outside Hodges Bend for some time now. If you have too, I encourage to you to put your curiosity to good use and grab a bite....

    • Posted February 18, 2015
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  • Stella Reauxs: A Cajun Taste Explosion

    Stella Reauxs (pronounced “rose”) opened in mid-May this year and has been a delight to Tulsa foodies ever since. Tiffanie Reynolds is a woman of many talents. She has explored several different vocations, but it appears that...

    • Posted October 20, 2014
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  • The MASA Food Truck brings unique flavors to T-town

    Robert Carnoske and Chad Wilcox have created something amazing. Instead of the usual Tex-Mex flavors so often seen in town, they offer a true Latino fusion experience, as exhibited in their Pre-Colombian influenced logo.  My first impression...

    • Posted September 1, 2014
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