Energy FC’s keepers – CJ Cochran & Cody Laurendi join us this week to talk about their favorite eats in Oklahoma City and of course a little football! We also have a special giveaway – listen to the episode or check out or instagram to see how you can win tickets to Energy FC’s final home game of the season!
Alex joins us this week to talk about Notorious P.I.E. – a great, colorful pizza joint in Norman. We talk about some of our favorite eats as well as some things that make Notorious stand out from other places around Oklahoma.
This week we play a little catch up. We talk about some of the food highlights during our brief time off air. Some of the best things we ate and some successful cooking adventures.
Chef Shelby Sieg, Beat Bobby Flay Champion joins us in the studio to talk about a new concept in the Plaza District. Lua, a Mediterranean-inspired restaurant offering small-plates, seasonal wines and cold beers in the heart of Oklahoma City’s Plaza District.
Benjamin Nockels with Waytable joins me this week to talk about this great organizations. Waytable’s goals is to feed local workers who are fighting on the frontlines of the COVID-19 crisis and support local restaurants that are struggling to stay open in the midst of nationwide ‘shelter-in-place’ orders. Learn more about Waytable and how you can help on this episode.
Learn more about this fantastic program thanks to Capital Distributing, S&B’s Burger Joints & Henry Hudsons Pub! I am joined by Leah & Kelli to learn more about how the Food For Crews program works.
I am joined by Edible Excellence (Logan) and Take A Bite OK (Phi), while we practice social distancing. Our conversation revolves around whats happening in the restaurant industry, how they are responding to the crisis and what WE, as Oklahomans (and food lovers) can do to support them. We also cover specials restaurants our offering, our favorite take out spots and a few simple things you can do to to support your favorite local restaurant.
Pi Day is here and what better time to talk about Pie Junkie than now. Darcy and Leslie join us in the studio to talk about this gem in the Plaza District. What makes these pies so great and how did they get started in the pie business? Listen in.
We did this last year, where we forecasted trends for 2019 (and some of them were more accurate than others). Now we’re doing it for 2020. Gabe joins us in the studio once again to lend his insight into the trends that will be shaping what food we eat this year.
The 33rd annual Chefs’ Feast is right around the corner. Proceeds from the event help to provide food for the one in four Oklahoma children that live with food insecurity every day. Natalie Wood, Director of Community Engagement at the Regional Food Bank and Chef Don Thiery join us to tell us more about the event. From the great food from amazing chefs to the good it does in our community.