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OKG Newsletter


Topic: ice cream

Adult ice cream

Ice cream cocktails sound brilliant, but it takes skill to keep a delicacy from turning into a sludge of cream and alcohol.


Food and Drink Features

Charles Martin
Ice cream plus alcohol should equate a simple and sinfully indulgent dessert cocktail, but the frozen cocktails are rare delicacies in bars across the metro because they are trickier to concoct than one might assume.
 
Wednesday, July 6, 2011

We all scream

“Chocolate Mint” is one flavor-inspired work in Romy Owens and Paul Mays’ “31 Flavors.”


Visual Arts

Carmen Forman
Wednesday-Saturday, ongoing
 
Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Get the scoop

How many licks does it take to celebrate National Ice Cream Month?


Food and Drink Features

Christina Nihira
Ice cream is more than just 31 flavors. Scads of franchises dot the metro, ready to scoop out summer’s classic dessert. Ice cream is good any way you dip it, but wouldn’t you rather keep it local?
 
Wednesday, July 25, 2012

It’s melting! melting!


CFN

Gazette staff
Here’s the thing, David Gregory Gee: We’ve all had it up to “here” with how hot it’s been. Yes, it sucks. But that doesn’t mean we can just rip all our clothes off and run nekkid through the neighbor’s lawn sprinklers.
 
Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Burger bistro

The changing of the season brings in menu changes at this Midtown upscale diner.


Restaurant Reviews

Greg Elwell
Kaiser's American Bistro
1039 N. Walker
kaisersbistro.com
232-7632

What works:
juicy burgers, tasty soups
What doesn’t work:
The au jus on the french dip is kind of “au no.”
Tips:
Milkshakes make every meal better.
Things change.
People change. And sometimes, most devastatingly, menus change.
 
Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Orange you glad?

Have your birthday cake froyo and eat it too.


Food and Drink Features

Moose Tyler
It’s got a catchy name and options out the wazoo, and it’s popping up on every corner. There’s no denying that frozen yogurt — or froyo, as it’s commonly referred to — is in, and no one seems to do it better than Oklahoma City-based Orange Leaf, now with nine metro-area stores.
 
Wednesday, August 28, 2013
 
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