Steak Fajita Quinoa Salad

January 10, 2018

Story and images provided by Karyl Henry, KarylsKulinaryKrusade.com Let’s face it…the holidays are hard on your waistline. Between treats in the office from clients, holiday parties, and family gatherings, it’s food and drinks at every […]

Roasted Turkey Cranberry Grilled Cheese

December 5, 2017

Story and images provided by Karyl Henry, KarylsKulinaryKrusade.com Every year I pledge to myself that I won’t go overboard between Thanksgiving and New Year’s. And then every January my clothes are just a little bit […]

Roasted Cornish Game Hen

November 10, 2017

Story and images by Karyl Henry, karylskulinarykrusade.com Like many other parts of my life, I’ve gone through several Thanksgiving evolutions. Growing up, we spent every Thanksgiving at a family friend’s home. Dinner was the traditional […]

Chicken Tortilla Soup

October 4, 2017

Story and images by Karyl Henry, karylskulinarykrusade.com When I moved from Maryland to Oklahoma in 2007, I experienced a lot of culture shock in my first few months…much smaller town, slower drivers, southern accents, and […]

Sweet Chili Garlic Lime Chicken Wings

September 8, 2017

Story and images by Karyl Henry, karylskulinarykrusade.com My job at OSU is very seasonal. Most of the year, my days are pretty standard Monday-Friday, 8-5. Then August hits, and everything changes. Twelve to fourteen hour […]

Citrus Marinated Grilled Chicken Sandwich

August 7, 2017

Story and photos by Karyl Henry, karylskulinarykrusade.com I have always been a darkmeat girl when it comes to chicken. My parents cooked dark meat, so that is what I ate. Dark meat is more tender, […]

Garlic Peppercorn Pork Chops

July 7, 2017

Story and images provided by Karyl Henry, karylskulinarykrusade.com When I was a kid, summer was the time for long lazy days. We spent almost every waking minute at the neighborhood pool, which was about a […]

Baked Manicotti

February 16, 2017

Story by Cery Norvelle, originally posted BackToOurRoots.net Preparing healthy make-ahead meals is one of life’s greatest joys. Well, ok. Maybe that’s a bit much. But I do enjoy having something that’s ready to pop in […]

Food, Family, and Tradition

January 19, 2017

Story and photos provided by Jefferson Bryant With the recent holiday season, our thoughts turned to family traditions. Many of those traditions center around food. From seasonal dishes that only seem to appear on the […]

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