The Oklahoma Today Podcast: September 11, 2023

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Changing seasons bring changing menus, including the fare at Thirty Nine, the restaurant inside the First Americans Museum in Oklahoma City. Chef, writer, and TV host Loretta Barrett Oden sits down with the editors to discuss the new dishes, a new garden, and how to connect modern foodies with the one cuisine that hasn't found purchase in the U.S.—Native American food.

Check out the new menus at Thirty Nine here and, for more information on Oden and First American cuisine, look for her new book coming in October.

Also on the podcast, the editors grapple with the eternal breakfast quandary: Sweet or Savory? in Question of the Week. Follow Oklahoma Today on Facebook and Instagram to take part in the conversation.

Podvents from this episode come, as always, from TravelOK.com. Here's what the editors discussed:

Guymon Fiesta

Downtown Norman Ghost Tour

Wiley Post Festival in Maysville

Black Buggy Day in Choteau

Garvin County Choral Society & Sinfonietta presents: The Marriage of Figaro on the Ranch in Pauls Valle

The Oklahoma Today Podcast is sponsored by Bravado Wireless.

Catch up with back episodes of the Oklahoma Today Podcast here.

Written By
Greg Elwell

Greg Elwell served as research editor and web editor of Oklahoma Today from 2018-2023. He also has worked for newspapers, medical research organizations, and government institutions.

Greg Elwell
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