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BY DAVE CATHEY email@example.comWith grilling season in full bloom, the Made in Oklahoma Coalition has supplied three ways to keep the propane or charcoal burning on your back patio.
Convenience has long made skewers a popular grilling tool, and a couple of locally produced condiments help bring out the best in sausage for a meal almost as easy to prepare as it is delicious.
But sausage might not fit into your bikini diet (I know it doesn't fit mine), so how about some lean chicken breasts?
BY DAVE CATHEY firstname.lastname@example.orgOklahoma chefs continue to team up in support of the tornado relief effort in a big way.
Celebrity chef Rick Bayless, an Oklahoma City-native now based in Chicago, will be in town Monday to do three pop-up restaurants.