• Chuanyu Fusion Eatery

    January 24, 2020DishinandDishes

    The Discovery Recently we made a discovery that I think is worth sharing with you all in Oklahoma City – Chuanyu Fusion Eatery which is some of the best authentic Szechuan food I’ve had comparable, if not better than Szechuan Bistro. It’s so close, it’s hard to tell though. The Menu In fact, it’s so…

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  • The Pritchard

    February 14, 2017DishinandDishes

    Last Sunday Mr. Wonderful and I meandered over to the ever growing and popular Plaza District to have brunch at one of their newly opened eateries The Pritchard Wine Bar, whose name gives a nod to the renowned Pritchard Hill region of Napa, California.  Partners Aiimee Ahpeatone, Steve Mason and Jolyn Bauer colaborated on this…

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  • A Modern Way to Eat – Cookbook Review

    July 17, 2015DishinandDishes

    Hello, my name is Katie and I have a vegetable addiction. Other than eggplant, whose squishy weirdness I just can’t get an affection for, there has not been a vegetable that I don’t fall in love with. Its not secret if you know that I adore my vegetable garden and a good portion of my…

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  • Bonjour

    April 27, 2015DishinandDishes

    CLOSED Recently Mr. Wonderful and I took a Friday off together to do some planning for our Easter Egg Hunt for our granddaughters. I was glad to have a work day off because I’d been dying to try out the new place from one of my favorite Oklahoma Chefs – Chef Vuong Nguyen, who left…

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  • Cookbook Review – Inspiralized

    April 7, 2015DishinandDishes

    Katie reviews the cookbook Inspiralized by Ali Maffucci and what she thinks of the recipes she has tried.

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  • The Skinnytaste Cookbook

    January 24, 2015DishinandDishes

    A review of The Skinnytaste Cookbook by Gina Homolka

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  • French Roots: A Cookbook Review

    November 21, 2014DishinandDishes

    This charming cookbook filled with lovely life stories from Jean-Pierre and Denise Moulle traces the couple’s history from France to California. If you love recipes with a story along the way, you’ll love this cookbook. The love story narration from the authors makes you wish you were a bystander on the street corner in Berkeley…

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  • Tacolicious, a Cookbook Review

    September 10, 2014DishinandDishes

    I received my copy of Tacolicious, Festive Recipes for Tacos, Snacks, Cocktails, and More last week. Saturday I sat on my patio in some truly gorgeous weather and read it from cover to cover, marking pages I wanted to try as went. After about thirty marked pages, I just decided to give up and cook…

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