In preparation for National Chili Day next week, Uncovering Oklahoma visited three restaurants in the Oklahoma City metro that serve bowls of chili as part of their regular menu. For this story, Dennis Spielman traveled to Flint in Downtown Oklahoma City for their Bison Chili, The Red Cup in OKC for their vegetarian chili, and The Diner in Downtown Norman for their Championship Chili. The chili featured from each place is completely different from each other. Not only do all of these venues offer bowls of chili, but they also feature it on other menu items such as burgers.
National Chili Day is celebrated on the fourth Thursday in February, which will be on February 28th for 2019.
Significant changes are happening for the third season of Yes! Science! The format of the series is shifting from documentary to a live-studio audience talk show that will be hosted by Pallas the Librarian. The series will still focus on interviewing women in STEM fields, but will also include fun experiments and book recommendations.
Episodes will be produced monthly, with the new season kicking off on March 16th. The first episode will be at Walker Terrace in Oklahoma City’s Midtown District. Doors will open at 10 am for coffee and networking, with the show starting at 11 am and ending around noon. We’re doing it this way with the idea is that you’ll be able to see a show, have lunch afterward, and have your evening free for otherevents. Save the date as tickets will be available soon!
To accompany the new format, Yes! Science! has a new logo designed by Christie Owen. Thank you, Christie, for the fantastic logo!
If you want to help this show and others, join us on Patreon. An overview documentary is currently being edited for film festivals, but patron supporters can watch it early.
We’re also seeking sponsorships to help fund and grow the series. Connect here if you’re interested in sponsorship opertunites.
We’re excited for the future of Yes! Science! We look forward to you joining us!
Started by husband and wife Laura Szyld and Matt Ruggi, Ganache Patisserie is a European style café and bakery where you can take apart the balance of flavors in your mouth. When you come to Ganache in Oklahoma City’s Chisholm Creek district, Matt encourages guests to enjoy every flavor and relax.
In this Uncovering Oklahoma story, Dennis Spielman interviewed Laura Szyld and Matt Ruggi about what visitors can expect from Ganache Patisserie, including what makes their place great for a date night.
Ganache Patisserie is located at 13230 Pawnee Drive in Oklahoma City. For more information, visit them at https://www.ganacheokc.com
Eat enthusiastically is the motto behind the Moore restaurant, Nosh. Offering a wide array of menu items, including daily specials like their entry mac-and-cheese, Nosh has something for everyone, including men, with their steaks and burgers.
Uncovering Oklahoma visited Osteria, an Italian restaurant from Chefs Fabio Viviani and Jonathon Stranger in the Nichols Hills Plaza for this week’s featured video. In essence, Jonathon Stranger describes Osteria as being a simple, casual experience that’s enhanced with great service and fresh, in-house pasta.
From the backyard to a food truck and now brick-and-mortar, Uncovering Oklahoma visited Chris and Nicole Cornish, the owners of Cornish Smokehouse, an Oklahoma City restaurant that does more than just BBQ. They specialize in jerk cuisine and delicious wood-smoked meats worth trying.
Cornish Smokehouse is located at 801 SW 119th Street in Oklahoma City. To learn more about their specials and hours, visit them either Facebook, Twitter, and/or Instagram.
An unwilling participant becomes a guest on a demon’s prank show.
After being on hiatus for over a year, Quarter Minutes returns with a new story! The goal for the series in 2019 is to create at least two new videos a month, releasing them on the second and fourth Mondays of each month.
Featuring the talents of Brian Gililland, Pallas, Daniel Aaron Austin, and Dennis Spielman.
Filmed on location at Factory Obscura’s Beyond in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. See their next exhibition at FactoryObscura.com
The Vanessa House Beer Company began when five friends were looking for a way to continue to hang out after college. What started as a simple homebrewing session has grown into a full-time business in Oklahoma City’s Automobile Alley district.