All posts tagged "fish"

  • Wolfgang Puck Was Always Sexy, and it’s Sexy Now

    I still remember the first time I walked through the doors of the brand new Wolfgang Puck Bistro on Brookside. I gaped like a yokel. I hadn’t seen anything like it since leaving New York. “Walk through...

    • Posted July 12, 2013
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  • S & J is Open Featuring Good Simple Seafood with a Touch of Cajun

    Good simple seafood dishes with a touch of Cajun flair served in a bright festive atmosphere. That’s what you’ll find at S & J. But first you have to find it. You walk west on First Street,...

    • Posted October 12, 2012
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  • Fresh Salmon with Bixby Grown Vegetables at Boston Deli

    Every so often a restaurant owner will send me a mouth watering picture of a dish or two. I wish more would do this, because if they looked as good as this I would love to share...

    • Posted July 11, 2012
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  • A Tour of Culinary Triumphs at Doc’s Wine & Food

    Some of the finest food in Tulsa comes out of the kitchen of Doc’s Wine & Food on Brookside. It’s a busy busy kitchen as the dinner rush approaches, with one of my favorite chefs in the...

    • Posted June 29, 2012
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  • Tim Inman’s Stonehorse Cafe Reveals a Master at Work

    It’s easy to overlook Tim Inman, and that’s always a mistake. Lately I’ve been enraptured by the newcomers, that recent amazing influx of great new chefs (Ian van Anglen, Marcus Vause, Erik Reynolds etc) and sometimes I...

    • Posted June 8, 2012
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  • Fusion Done Right at The Tropical Restaurant

    Fusion, Pacific Rim — those are culinary buzzwords (more so in the late 1990s than now) but most places get them wrong. The Tropical gets it right. Fusion means a marriage of Asian and American ingredients and...

    • Posted April 27, 2012
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  • The New Osage Casino Buffet

    “Please delete those photos or I’ll lose my job!” Osage Casino has a strict no photos rule. If I had the photos I took of the lavish buffet spread, I could write a fine long review. But...

    • Posted March 12, 2012
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  • Times Have Changed, but Michael Fusco is Still on Top of His Game

    1988. President Reagan was sending aid to our allies, including a young man named Osama bin Laden, to fight the Soviet Union in Afghanistan. If you had a great time at the bar and wanted to share...

    • Posted July 27, 2011
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