It’s no secret that I have a deep love for all Thai food, thus the creation of this Thai Cucumber Salad we had last night for dinner. The flavors of Thai are just an explosion in your mouth. There is sweet, hot, sour and salty. There are usually herbs and peppers and all sorts of… Continue reading Thai Cucumber Salad
Forget about those store-bought frozen bean burgers! How to make your own with my black bean quinoa recipe? It’s vegetarian and vegan approved!
Sadly this restaurant has closed. Have you heard the buzz about Guernsey Park? Only open for a short time, Guernsey Park has already been nominated for OKC’s Best in the areas of Best New Restaurant, Best Vietnamese Restaurant, and Best Restaurant to Experience Something Different. I began to hear the buzz some months back. Of… Continue reading Guernsey Park
I had my first divine bite of a Pie Junkie pie a year or so ago at S & B Buger Joint. At the time I described them as “sinfully delectable pies”. I remember our group just raving about them. I mean we loved the burgers, but we went nuts over these pies. Later on,… Continue reading Pie Junkie – Slices of Deliciousness
CLOSED Friday at noon found me driving aimlessly around the Warr Acres/Bethany area in search of lunch. I wanted something different, but something reasonably healthy. I wandered in my SUV south down MacArthur Boulevard and glanced from left to right when something caught my eye. Mama Sinmi’s Chop House -West African Cuisine? What is this?… Continue reading Mama Sinmi’s Chop House – West African Cuisine
This may be the shortest and sweetest post I’ll ever do on a restaurant. Specifically, the restaurant I’m briefly mentioning is Ajanta Cuisine of India at 122nd and N. Pennsylvania Avenue. The reason behind my brevity is simply this. I can only order one thing off their menu. Period. And it’s their Chicken Tikka Masala.… Continue reading Ajanta Cuisine of India
Homemade Pasta. You know the difference when you dine out and taste it. You crave it at home. Who knew the recipe and technique could be so easy? With three ingredients (salt is optional and would make 4) and some good old-fashioned patience, you too can make homemade pasta at home. Let’s talk equipment. Not… Continue reading How to Make Homemade Pasta
Grilled cheese, you’ve come a long way baby. The beloved grilled cheese sandwich has, in reality been around for longer than we know in one form or another. In the 1920’s however with the invention of pre-sliced bread and processed cheese, it really started becoming a staple. Flash forward to today where it is now… Continue reading The Mule