Tulsa has an active foodie scene, which includes hot restaurants and homegrown cooking blogs that could keep your kitchen busy forever. You'll also find a good mix of food news and recipes on these blogs, giving you the inspiration to try your hand at various recipes in your Springs at Woodlands South apartment home.
Here are four of the top food blogs in Tulsa you should be reading:
1. The Girl Can Cook
The Girl Can Cook is a cooking school and kitchen offering recipes online, as well as opportunities to learn cooking skills in seminars. Run by Candace Conley, a self-trained cook who has appeared on local television news to answer cooking questions and demonstrate techniques, the blog has everything from home-gardening advice to reviews of wine cellars and grilling advice. Check out the most recent blog post, “7 Grilling Hacks for the Season,” and get your summer off on the right foot.
2. Global Table Adventure
This Tulsa-based blog is one of the most interesting in the food blog world. Sasha Martin attempted—and succeeded—in cooking dishes from every single country (and some additional territories) in the world. For almost five years, she would plan a menu for the week that showcased authentic dishes—including desserts—from around the world. While her adventure ended a few years ago, she still runs the blog which includes a database of recipes searchable by course, type of food, and more. Thorough pictures show you how to re-create each dish, be it apple pie or alligator meat.
3. Tulsa World: Jessica Rodrigo
This Texas-born food reporter showcases everything from upcoming local classes to restaurant reviews to local food news, including Alton Brown's visit to Burns Co.—Tulsa’s top BBQ restaurant—on May 10. This is a great site to check for an all-around glimpse of what's happening in the world of the food.
4. Real Food Tulsa
Real Food Tulsa is an archived blog—owner Penni Shelton stopped updating it in 2014—but she left the blog up so that people could still find recipes. This is where you should look for recipes with ingredients like chia seeds or those that fit the concept of “clean eating.” Shelton has additional blogs and is active on Twitter if you want to see more of her fantastic eats.
Do you have a favorite Tulsa food blog from this list? Any additional suggestions? Tell us in the comments below.