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‘Tis the Season

tags: food, shopping
Posted by: Greater Oklahoma City Chamber on Tuesday, November 19, 2013 at 12:00:00 am

Reasons to shop start long before Black Friday. With family and friends visiting for Thanksgiving, there are desserts to be baked and meals to be shared. Keep your sanity preparing for meals by relying on a few local favorites.

Quality cooking ingredients are especially important during the holiday season when we want the food that we share with guests to be exceptional. Upgrade to a premium olive oil from Olive & Co. Drizzle over pasta or pair with a balsamic vinegar and bread from Big Sky Bread Company for dipping.

Visit Native Roots Market’s location in Deep Deuce, a convenient stop when you’re downtown enjoying holiday activities or a Thunder game. Their corner market at Northeast 2nd and Walnut sells a large variety of Made in Oklahoma foods and high quality spices. We recommend their in-house Pumpkin Pie spice blend. Packaged in small containers, it’s just enough for this year’s desserts, keeping your spices fresh.

Leave the main dish to Rhett’s Meat Market on North May Avenue. Preorder your prime rib or tenderloin to ensure that there will be one available for your meal – there are limited quantities. Pick up a few steaks for an easy post-Thanksgiving dinner, too.

Olive & Co 7602 N. May Avenue, OKC, OK 73116 http://oliveokc.com/
[image from: Olive & Co.]
Big Sky Bread Company 6606 N Western Avenue, OKC, OK 73116 http://www.bigskybreadokc.com/
Rhett’s Meat Market 9300 N. May Avenue, OKC, OK 73120
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Rhetts-Meat-Market/321869121167956
Native Roots Market 131 NE 2nd, OKC, OK 73104 http://nativerootsmarket.com/
[Image from: Native Roots]

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