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Goin’to thedogs Between baseball games, backyard grilling and stops at QuikTrip, our affinity for hot dogs, cheese coneys, artisan wieners, sausages, and wursts has us relishing summertime.

BY MI CHEL E CHI A PPET TA A N D ROB H AR MON

Look up the month of June in the dictionary, and you’ll be reminded that it’s the sixth month of the year on the Gregorian and Julian calendars. What it won’t tell you is that in Tulsa, we break out the jeans and the blue-blocker sunglasses, crack open a couple of our buddy’s latest home brews, find a spot on the porch or a tailgate

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somewhere, and enjoy watching the sun go down. It doesn’t matter what age you are; in northeast Oklahoma, it’s still pretty much impossible to separate summertime from a bunch of other things too, like lemonade, berries, watermelon, fireworks, lightning bugs, and, of course,

hot dogs. Some of the best hot dogs (and their link cousins) are found right here in Green Country. More than a time warp to past good times, despite the bad rap that basic hot dogs used to get, today’s versions are made from better ingredients with fewer additives and more snap,

texture, seasoning and allaround beefiness. If you’re visiting Tulsa or even if you’ve been here your whole life, we suspect you have no idea the tremendous number of excellent places there are to get a quality hot dog, brat, wiener, link, coney or sausage. Here are just a few places to get you started this summer.

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June 2018 (Vol. 32, No. 6)  

Where to Dine. What to Do. Where to Find It. When It's Happening. Preview 918 A regional magazine of national stature, Preview 918 has rema...