Food Writers & Chefs Talk The Best Restaurants Of 2021

We didn’t eat at enough restaurants last year. Sure, in a lot of ways 2021 was more “normal” than 2020 — we started going to concerts, bars, movie theaters, and generally having lives again. Covid cases were on a downward trend! Vaccination rates were rising! Then we got hit with the Delta and Omicron variants and that renewed sense of optimism started to fizzle.

As of January 4th, there’s a fair bit that’s unclear. How serious is Omicron? Is it less dangerous than previous strains? More contagious?

The fears (many valid!) associated with this new strain of Covid means restaurants — which generally run on paper-thin margins — are struggling once again. So, in an effort to give some shine to our favorite independently owned and operated businesses, we reached out to some of our favorite chefs, food personalities, and food writers and asked them

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Tips on eating affordability in 2022

With the New Year right around the corner, and so are their resolutions. Many of them involve adopting a better diet in the New Year, but tend to lose steam with the idea that in order to eat healthier you will have to break the bank. 

People tend to think eating healthy costs more, and become defeated and don’t ever get started, according to Hope Anderson Frugé of Health with Hope in Monroe. 

“Nutritious foods don’t have to be expensive,” Frugé said. 

A combination of DNA assessment followed by a nutrition and exercise plan as well as hCG therapy are all part of a personalized plan for weight loss.

The key to healthy food is to prepare it yourself, which is the best way to slice your food bill. 

Frequently eating out may be fun and easy, but even the most economical restaurant meals are more expensive than ones made at home. Taking the time to make a grocery list and plan your meal prep is the first step in eating both better and more affordably. 


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Chef Kevin Lee appears on Food Network Sunday

Chef Kevin Lee knew 2022 was going to be an important year, and confirmation arrives Sunday night when he appears on a new Food Network cooking competition.

The longtime executive chef at Vast and corporate chef for The Social Order Dining Collective was already working daily on opening his first restaurant, but last week he got confirmation the segment he shot last summer of  “Alex vs. America” would air this weekend.

“Alex vs. America” is a new program, combining elements of Food Network hit shows “Chopped” and “Beat Bobby Flay.”

Chef Alex Guarnaschelli, who is no stranger to Oklahoma City, is the star of the show, taking on chefs from around the country in weekly mystery-basket cooking competitions with a $15,000 prize at stake.

Hosted by chef Eric Adjepong, “Alex vs. America” airs at 9 p.m. Sunday on Food Network with episodes available on demand via  Discovery+. Guarnaschelli, a frequent

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