Edible Tribute

Last Updated December 06, 2016
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In each issue, Edible Tribute honors farms, farmers, food and beverage artisans, related businesses, foodstuffs and edible products that have helped shape our great state over the past century or so. We welcome your ideas in properly recognizing these heroes. If you have suggestions for an Edible Tribute honoree or have vintage photographs or information that we might share, please email info@EdibleTulsa.com.

Edible Tribute: Sister Clement

EdibleTribute: Sister Clement
An Edible Tulsa Tribute to Sister Clement Sister Clement Knepper and Sister Petronilla Valle preparing Sunday breakfast for the sisters at...

Edible Tribute: Skinner General Store

The Beryl Ford Collection Skinner General Store
The Beryl Ford Collection Skinner General Store, 1908 • 2nd and Frankfort, Tulsa Courtesy of Rotary Club of Tulsa, Tulsa Historical Society...

Edible Tribute: Cleora Butler

Cleora Butler
She prepared lavish cocktail and dinner parties, as well as nourishing everyday family meals.
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