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INSIDE

TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S

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• LOCAL PRODUCERS: FEEDING OKLAHOMA 10 • HOW TO EAT TO WORK OUT 16 • SO6IX EATS 32 • INSTAGRAM PHOTO CONTEST WINNER 39 • FUN IN THE FACTS 40 HEALTH

• TRUTH IN THE NUMBERS 41 HEALTH

• EATING CLEAN: DINING OUT IN OKC photography by Lauren Wright

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Happy New Year!

I always get a little bit of a bittersweet feeling at the turn of a new year. The festive holidays that run from October to December’s end are over, which is a little sad, but the start of a new year is always so exciting! How lucky are we to have a new year to start fresh? Sure, we don’t have to wait for the excuse of a new year to do better, to eat healthier, to work out more, to reach out to old friends and make new ones, to tackle all of those things we really wanted to do the prior year, but sometimes it helps seeing a new year on the calendar to put a little pep in your step. Have you set new goals for 2016? I plan on continuing my clean eating throughout the year (but I promise you, pizza won’t get neglected), to read as many books as possible, to travel, to let situations be what they are instead of what I think they should be, to step out of my comfort zone and say yes to more things and plans I would normally say no to, to make new art, to meet new people, to have deep conversations both with strangers and those close to me, try new recipes, to watch more sunrises and sunsets, and to spend as much time with my family as possible. Sounds like I have a busy year ahead, huh? Don’t feel bad if you’re not one of those who set new goals or resolutions each new year, because sometimes just waking up and putting two feet on the ground and pushing forward is enough, and I am proud of you!

L E T T E R F R O M T H E S TA F F If you’re one of the 98% of Americans who say this is their year to get on track, to make healthier life choices and start treating their bodies right, well then this issue is for you! We’ve packed an entire issue full of health and fitness tips, tricks, recipes and so much more. Knock out two goals of spending more time with friends and eating healthy with our guide on how to pick healthier options from menus around town. We found some of our favorite clean-eating dishes from local restaurants and they are nothing short of delicious, healthy and all! If you keep up with So6ix, you know we’re all about anything and everything local. We found a few wonderful local growers and producers, and we hope you’ll find your way to a local farmers market to support them. I hope this year is filled with new adventures, wonderful memories and good health for you. I can’t wait to see what this year has in store for me personally and for So6ix. I’m ready to take on what the universe throws at me. I have a great feeling it will be a wonderful year. Here’s to another 12 issues of So6ix! Wishing you the best,

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LOCAL PROD UCERS F E E D I N G O K L A H O MA

local producers

FEEDING oklahoma

Southern Plains Pastures

Producer: Steve & Jan Lake Place: Geary, OK Produces: Grass-fed beef and all-natural pastured poultry

Southern Plains Pastures is raising happy, healthy heifers and steers that have never been given steroids, antibiotics or grains. The animals spend their lives munching away on grass in clean, green, luscious pastures. The chicks feed on 100% all-natural feed ration. They live on sunshiny pastures and have fresh, pure and tested well water. Southern Plains Pastures produces the leanest and cleanest sources of protein possible.


LOCAL PROD UCERS F E E D I N G O K L A H O MA

Barley’s Garden Patch

Producer: Elizabeth Nichols | Daniel Nichols Place: Norman, OK Produces: Vegetables, herbs, fruit, eggs & honey

This 160-acre family farm has been in operation just on the northwest side of Norman since 1982. A family brought together by a love for growing food is now able to venture into public sales thanks to Oklahoma’s farmers markets and local sustainable food movement. Using primarily natural methods, the farm raises chickens, keeps honey-producing bees, and grows small fruits, including table grapes, blackberries and strawberries.

Fisher’s Produce

Producer: Luke & Chantée Fisher Place: Bristow, OK Produces: Asparagus, sweet corn & other veggies

The Fishers are still farming land that Luke’s family settled in 1905, growing delicious produce. With a love for gardening, the family decided the most logical thing to do was make the garden bigger, so they could grow enough for them and for us!


LOCAL PROD UCERS F E E D I N G O K L A H O MA

Heaven Sent Food & Fiber Producer: Coleen Thornton | Paul Thornton Place: Welling, OK Produces: Wool, fiber, honey, flowers, herbs, soaps, vegetables and fruit

On 60 acres, the Thorntons are raising alpacas and Merino sheep for fiber and meat, Nubian goats for milk and soaps, ducks and Jersey cows for meat, and chickens for eggs. Their 3-acre garden produces an abundance of vegetables and herbs. They raise bees for local honey and have a 76-tree orchard with a variety of fruits.

Acadian Family Farm Producer: Rod & Nanette Ardoin Place: Fort Cobb, OK Produces: Sweet potatoes Having been in the farming business for 30 years, the Ardoins know what they’re doing with sweet potatoes. Their 80-acre farm is certified organic with the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry. They’re producing the truest, purest sweet potatoes, using absolutely no genetically modified seed, chemical pesticides, herbicides or chemical fertilizers.

Briarberry Farm & Backyard Bounty Bakery Producer: Eric Lyons Place: Oklahoma City, OK Produces: Cereal, granola

This sweet farm is churning out all-natural and delicious homemade cereals for granola. Each batch is mixed, turned and baked by hand in small batches to ensure the consistent and delicious flavor Briarberry is known for.


LOCAL P R OD UCER S FE E D I N G O K L A H O MA

Christian Cheese

Producer: George Christian Place: Kingfisher, OK Produces: All-natural cheese

The Christian family has been in the Grade A dairy business for 51 years and the cheesemaking business for 13. They produce all-natural local cheeses. You won’t find preservatives, hormones or antibiotics in this cheese. Better yet, the Christians use vegetable rennet and annatto extract for the yellow color instead of dye!

Della Terra Pasta

Producer: Chris & Amanda Becker Place: Edmond, OK Produces: Pasta

A former New York City chef who has worked with the likes of Mario Batali and Lidia Bastianich moved to Oklahoma City with his wife. His passion is traditional, artisan pasta, and you’ll find his homemade creations, made with organic durum wheat semolina, in spots like Whole Foods Market, Olive & Co., Native Roots, Bill Kamp’s Meat Market, Urban Agrarian and more.

10 Acre Woods, A Family Farm

Producer: Dustin Green | Richard Vreeland Place: Norman, OK Produces: Eggs, chickens, produce

10 Acre Woods was founded in 2012 with just six chickens. The farm’s responsibilities quickly multiplied as the flock grew and non-GMO produce was added. The large garden is seeded from organic and heirloom seed sources.

Snider Farms

Producer: Jamie Snider | Stephanie Snider Place: Hollis, OK Produces: Peanut butter, flavored peanuts, salted runner & Spanish peanuts

Snider Farms buys local homegrown raw peanuts, then cooks and flavors them in-house. The peanut butter is freshly ground, and they make nine flavors of roasted peanuts.


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W TO O H

Eat To Work Out Recipes, Tips & Tricks


PRE-WORKOUT MEAL Food is fuel. It’s recommended you eat a nutritionally balanced meal 1-2 hours before you train.

BANANA BLUEBERRY OVERNIGHT OATS Credit: apumpkinandaprincess.com Yield: 1 serving

Ingredients: •

1

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1 tsp honey or agave

1

Handful of blueberries

⁄2 cup plain Greek yogurt ⁄2-2⁄3 cup almond milk (vanilla is OK) ⁄2 tbsp chia seeds

⁄2 banana

Instructions: 1.

In a sealable bowl or mason jar, add oats, yogurt, milk, chia seeds and brown sugar. Start with 1⁄3 cup of milk and add up to another 1⁄3 cup, depending on how thick you prefer your oatmeal.

2. Cover and chill in the refrigerator overnight. 3. When ready to eat, top with sliced bananas and blueberries.

ALMOND BUTTER TOAST WITH BANANA Spread fresh almond butter on a piece of whole-wheat or Ezekiel toast. You can opt to top with banana, toasted pumpkin seeds, slivered almonds, or chia seeds.

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PRE-WORKOUT SNACK If you don’t have time or aren’t up for a full pre-workout meal, opt for a quick but effective snack 60 minutes before training. You want it to be a combination of lean protein and slow-acting carbs.

VANILLA ALMOND GRANOLA Credit: sallysbakingaddiction.com Yield: 2-3 cups

Ingredients: •

2 1⁄2 cups old-fashioned rolled oats (not instant)

3

1

⁄4 cup slivered almonds

⁄2 teaspoon ground cinnamon

Pinch sea salt

1

⁄2 cup pure maple syrup or agave nectar

1

1

1 tbsp vanilla extract

⁄4 cup melted coconut oil ⁄4 tsp almond extract

Instructions: 1.

Preheat oven to 300°F. Line a large baking sheet with parchment paper.

2. Toss the oats, almonds, cinnamon and salt in a large bowl. Set aside. In a medium bowl, whisk together the maple syrup, coconut oil, maple syrup and extracts until combined. Pour over the oats and stir.

4.

Spread onto the prepared baking sheet and bake for 45 minutes, stirring every 15 minutes. Allow granola to cool completely, This will allow it to get crunchy.

5.

Enjoy 3/4 cup of the finished granola by itself or with almond milk and fruit.

Tips

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Keep fiber consumption to a minimum before a workout. Too much can lead to belly bloating and cause muscle cramping.

It’s not recommended to eat right before a workout. Try to give yourself at least 30 minutes for settling and digestion.

Good carbs are GREAT! Don’t eat bad sources of carbohydrates that will energize you quickly, but will also make you crash quickly.


BERRY GREEN SMOOTHIE Credit: damndelicious.net Yield: 2 servings

Ingredients: •

1 cup spinach leaves

1

1

1 ripe banana (you can use frozen if you’d like)

1

2 tbsp old-fashioned oats

Dash of honey

⁄2 cup frozen blueberries ⁄2 cup frozen raspberries

⁄2 cup almond milk or water

Instructions:

Combine all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth. Enjoy immediately!

APPLE “COOKIES” Credit: rachelschultz.com Yield: 1 serving

Ingredients: •

1 apple

2 tbsp all-natural peanut butter or almond butter

Pecans (optional)

Coconut shreds (optional)

Chocolate chips (optional)

Instructions: 1.

Core the apple.

2.

Slice apple into thin rings with a knife or mandolin.

3.

Spread 1 teaspoon of peanut butter over one side of the ring.

4.

Repeat until all apple slices are covered with peanut butter.

5.

Sprinkle with toppings and munch!

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POST-WORKOUT MEAL Refuel with food. After a workout, make sure to combine the right balance of protein, carbs and healthy fats. For best results on building or rebuilding muscle and fueling your body, try to eat 30-60 minutes post-workout.

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ASIAN QUINOA POWER SALAD Credit: gimmesomeoven.com Yield: 6-8 servings

Ingredients: •

4 cups shredded red cabbage

2 cups cooked quinoa (red quinoa works well)

2 cups shredded carrots

2

1

2 tbsp sesame seeds

Asian Honey Vinaigrette

⁄3 cup thinly sliced green onions

⁄2 cup slivered or sliced almonds, toasted

ASIAN HONEY VINAIGRETTE: • • • • • •

1/3 cup olive oil 3 tbsp rice wine vinegar or apple cider vinegar 1 tbsp honey or agave 1 tsp low-sodium soy sauce 1/8 tsp sesame oil Pinch of salt and black pepper

Instructions: Toss all of the ingredients together until combined. Serve immediately or refrigerate in a sealed container for 1-2 days.

BUTTERNUT SQUASH, BRUSSEL SPROUTS & JICAMA HASH Credit: thehealthyfoodie.com Yield: 6 servings

Ingredients: •

1 ⁄2 medium butternut squash, peeled and diced (about 4 cups)

1

⁄2 medium jicama, peeled and diced (about 4 cups)

3 cups Brussels sprouts, cut into 2 or 4 pieces, depending on size

1 large red onion, chopped

3

3

2 sprigs fresh rosemary, chopped

⁄4 cup pecans, chopped ⁄4 cup dried figs, chopped

FOR THE SAUCE: •

3/4 tsp Himalayan or fine sea salt

1 tsp freshly cracked black pepper

2 tbsp Dijon mustard

1/4 cup coconut oil, melted

1/4 cup apple cider vinegar

3 cloves garlic, minced

1/2 tsp smoked paprika

Instructions: 1.

Preheat the oven to 375°F and line a shallow baking dish or sheet with parchment paper.

2. In a large mixing bowl, combine all the vegetables, pecans, dried figs and fresh herbs. Set aside. 3. In a smaller mixing bowl or in a small food processor, combine all the ingredients for the sauce and mix until well incorporated. 4. Pour the sauce over the reserved vegetables and mix until well combined. Transfer the veggies to the prepared baking dish and bake in the oven for about 40-45 minutes, stirring once or twice. 5. When the veggies are cooked to your liking, set the oven to broil and cook for 2-3 minutes, just to slightly brown and crisp the top a little. 6. Serve immediately as a main dish or pair with grilled or baked chicken breast.

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POST-WORKOUT SNACK Put down the weights, pick these up. If you aren’t ready for a full meal after a workout, try to eat a snack immediately following a workout.

CHOCOLATE MILK 1-2 cups of low-fat chocolate milk seals the deal with extra carbs and protein. In addition, it’s full of vitamins and minerals, like calcium, vitamin D, vitamin B, vitamin A, potassium, sodium and electrolytes.

CHOCOLATE CHIA RECOVERY DRINK Credit: minimalistbaker.com Yield: 2 servings

Ingredients: •

14 oz chocolate coconut water beverage*

1

1

2 tbsp salted peanut or almond butter

⁄2 tbsp banana, sliced or frozen ⁄4 cup ice

1 tbsp hemp seeds

1

⁄2 tbsp flaxseed meal *If you can’t find chocolate coconut water, sub coconut water + 2 tbsp cocoa powder.

Instructions: 1.

Add chocolate coconut water and chia seeds to a blender and let rest for 10-15 minutes, so the chia seeds can swell and activate.

2. Add remaining ingredients and blend. For a thicker shake, add more ice and/or frozen banana. 3. Divide between two glasses and serve immediately.


TUNA STUFFED AVOCADO Credit: thestayathomechef.com Yield: 2-4 servings

Instructions: 1.

Scoop out some of the avocado from the pitted area to widen the “bowl” area. Place the scooped avocado into a mixing bowl and mash with a fork.

2.

Add the tuna, bell pepper, jalapeño and cilantro to the mixing bowl. Pour the lime juice over everything. Stir it all together until everything is well mixed.

3.

Scoop the tuna mixture into the avocado shells. Season with a dash of salt and pepper.

Ingredients: •

4 avocados, halved and pitted

2 4.5-oz cans tuna, drained

1 red bell pepper, diced

1 jalapeño, minced

1 cup cilantro leaves, roughly chopped

1 lime, juiced

Salt & pepper

You can’t outwork a bad diet. Don’t reward yourself with foods high in calories and saturated fats after a hard workout.

Not all of these meals and snacks have to be made fresh. Spend some time in advance meal-prepping and placing into ready-to-go containers, for convenience and a major time-saver!

Don’t skip a post-workout meal even if you’re not hungry. It’s vital for maximum results and muscle building or rebuilding.

Tips


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JANUARY 1 JANUARY 3 NEW YEAR’S DAY

FRUITCAKE TOSS DAY

JANUARY 6 JANUARY 8 CUDDLE UP DAY

BUBBLE BATH DAY

JANUARY 14 JANUARY 16 DRESS UP YOUR PET DAY

NATIONAL NOTHING DAY

OIL MISTER | Sur La Table | $20 Keep it healthy with oil instead of cooking spray. Infuse the oil with your favorite herbs and spices for many different flavors.

ZYLISS 5-WAY OPENER | Amazon | $10 Pops open bottle caps, lifts soda can pop-tops, unseals machine-tightened bottle caps, removes pull-tabs, and breaks the seal of jar lids.

JANUARY 18 JANUARY 19 MARTIN LUTHERUP KING JR. DAY CUDDLE DAY

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JANUARY 21 JANUARY 27 NATIONAL HUGGING DAY

PUNCH THE CLOCK DAY

JANUARY 29 JANUARY 31 CUDDLEPUZZLE UP DAYDAY NATIONAL

BACKWARDS DAY

PUPPY OF THE MONTH ALASKAN MALAMUTE This little ball of fluff is almost too cute to handle. The Alaskan Malamute, covered in a thick woolly coat, can handle the coldest of climates. According to the American Kennel Club, it’s the 53rd most popular breed, and it’s a perfectly affectionate, loyal and playful pup. If you’re not okay with shedding, the Alaskan Malamute might not be for you – they shed their thick coats heavily twice a year. Give this guy somewhere to run and play and he’ll be set. Often mistaken for a Husky, this sister breed is every bit as lovable. 28

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TAPPING TO THE TUNES SOUND & COLOR

Alabama Shakes WATER UNDER THE BRIDGE

Adele GIVE ME ONE REASON

Tracy Chapman

BURN IT OFF Glazed Donut

192 CALORIES 53 minutes of lunges 12oz Margarita

540 CALORIES 60 minutes of basketball 12oz Can of Soda

140 CALORIES 17 minutes of outdoor jogging 1 Cup of Standard Granola

BANANA PEACH

597 CALORIES

GREEN

106 CALORIES

SMOOTHIE

CREDIT: everydaygoodthinking.com

INGREDIENTS: 1. 3⁄4 cup plain Greek yogurt 2. 3⁄4 cup fresh spinach 3. 1⁄3 cup green grapes 4. 1⁄2 avocado 5. 3⁄4 cup peaches 6. 1⁄2 banana 7. 1 teaspoon all-natural sweetener (optional) INSTRUCTIONS: Combine all ingredients in a blender until smooth and enjoy!

90 minutes of boxing 1 Glass of Champagne 29 minutes of pushups 1 Cupcake

240 CALORIES 27 minutes of beach volleyball 1 Medium French Fry

380 CALORIES 55 minutes of StairMaster 1 Loaded Chicken and Rice Bowl

690 CALORIES 60 minutes on the rowing machine Cobb Salad + 2 tbsp Ranch Dressing

192 CALORIES 53 minutes of lunges 1 Slice Pepperoni Pizza

260 CALORIES 272 consecutive burpees 1 Bottle of Light Beer

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We are constantly bombarded with new aesthetic technology to combat the signs of aging. Some devices, such as Fraxel Dual, perform as promised. Many, however, do not. I am pleased to introduce a new and effective non-surgical device to Oklahoma: PROFOUND. Developed by Syneron-Candela, a global leader in the aesthetic marketplace, Profound is the first device to create all three skin fundamentals: elastin, collagen and hyaluronic acid. These major skin building blocks work to create dermal volume – often depleted with aging. BEFORE Before

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EATS Eleven years ago, the famed Chef Bruce Rinehart brought his love for East Coast-style food to the corner of 28th and Penn, where he founded a restaurant and named it Rococo. Fast forward six years: his success has resulted in a second location on the northwest side of the city, in Northpark Mall. This is a spot that boasts comfort, camaraderie and delicious food. One of the many things we love about Rococo is that almost everything on the menu is house-made, from the coleslaw to the ketchup. What isn’t house-made is shipped overnight directly from the East Coast, so you know you’re getting the freshest seafood available. But the menu isn’t restricted to East Coast fare: it wouldn’t be Rococo if it didn’t have a little bit of flair, like the Rococo Cookies or the beloved Hawaiian Poke. You won’t find a better Hawaiian Poke in Oklahoma, and that’s a fact. (Okay, it’s really our opinion, but it’s THAT good.) Each dish has been carefully created to be packed full of flavor and to truly represent its East Coast inspiration. For all you brunchians (our word for avid brunch-ers), Rococo is serving up some of the best darn brunch around (their tagline, not ours). Seriously though, trust us and try it. Another plus: they take food allergies very seriously. They offer many gluten-free options, and several of their dishes can be modified to fit your dietary needs. A dietician teaches the chefs and wait staff about food allergies and how to properly cook and serve food, which is a wonderful thing! Rococo is a local favorite that you just can’t pass up. From the homemade EVERYTHING, to the wonderful ownership, chefs, and staff, to the cozy atmosphere shared with friends and family, it’s a memorable spot that will keep us coming back.

What We Tasted: Warm Lobster Roll Sautéed with butter, served with house-made coleslaw and French fries

Hawaiian Poke Layers of thinly sliced tuna, seaweed salad, pineapple, roasted red peppers, Asian glaze and green onions

Rococo Love Salad Iceberg lettuce, Roma tomato, red onion, and Italian meats and cheeses, tossed with red wine vinaigrette, lots of garlic, and love

Rococo S’more Trifle All the campfire deliciousness with house-made marshmallow, brûléed tableside!

Penne with P.E.I. Mussels Rococo Jumbo Lump Crab Cake Trust us, it’s all about the crab! A Rococo specialty.

What We Sipped: Caribbean Sky Malibu Rum, DeKuyper Peach Schnapps, triple sec, and sweet and sour, with a dash of DeKuyper Blue Curacao & lemon-lime soda

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SLAUGHTER’S HALL

INSPIRATIONS EATERY & EVENTS

North Central Avenue, OKC, OK 73104 405.606.6063 • slaughtershall.com

2118 W. Edmond Rd. #300, Edmond, OK 73003 405.715.2525 • inspirationstearoom.com

Slaughter’s Hall: a building with a lot of history, and now a

This quaint coffee house and tea room is a longtime favorite of

restaurant with a lot of flair. This building was founded in 1920

Edmond locals and OKC dwellers alike. You won’t find a dinner

and was noted as the hub of the political, social and music

menu here, and we’re perfectly OK with that, as it’s a breakfast

scenes in the Deep Deuce district. Playing on that fact, the

and lunch spot Monday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

owner has opened a restaurant that harkens back to those great times. This eatery and beer hall is the perfect spot for after-work get-togethers or a Saturday afternoon sandwich stop before shopping. Chefs make everything they can in-house and source local ingredients wherever possible. The goal of Slaughter’s Hall is to provide an exemplary,

Made for get-togethers, Inspirations is the perfect spot for family and friends to savor delicious creations while enjoying each other’s company. Wanting to have a more “true” tea experience? You can choose to dine in the fine-dining tearoom, where you’ll have the ultimate experience with tea trays and

comfortable, lively atmosphere and a progressive beer menu.

service. We recommend any version of their homemade

You’ll find 30 rotating beers on draft as well as over 60 bottled

Belgian waffles for breakfast. Also, don’t skip out on their

selections. Their sandwiches are oh-so-delicious, and you

deliciously blended and crafted teas: everything from Lemon

can’t overlook the mac and cheese – it’s heavenly.

Soufflé to Rum Butter Irish Breakfast. They’re out of this world.

ROCKY MOUNTAIN GRILL

FUZZY’S TACO SHOP

231 S. Coltrane Rd., Edmond, OK 73034 405.562.4777 • rockymountaingrill.us

208 Johnny Bench Dr., Suite C, OKC, OK 73104 405.602.3899 • fuzzystacoshop.com

A good old-fashioned diner-style dive that’s making all of your

Fuzzy’s Taco Shop is a phenomenon that’s quickly taking over

favorites from scratch. Sure, we’re into the trendy eateries, but

stomachs and states (11 states, to be exact). Fuzzy’s lives up

sometimes you just need some down home-style cooking.

to their tagline of “Fresh, Fast and Fun.” You’ll find our Fuzzy’s

Rocky Mountain Grill is a spot you can enjoy on Saturday

locations in our greatest entertainment spots: Campus Corner

mornings with the family or during your lunch break. For breakfast, you’ll find favorites like an all-American breakfast of eggs, hash browns, toast and choice of meat, or their M&M special: a giant Mickey Mouse pancake with egg and bacon for only $4! For lunch we recommend the Brian’s special burger:

and Bricktown. Do yourself a favorite and drink (oops, we mean eat) the queso! It’s that good. Fuzzy’s is very family friendly, but you can also have a margarita if you want, which makes it our kind of place! There are all kinds of Mexican dinner options:

a cheeseburger with bacon and a fried egg, or their infamous

Baja tacos (so tasty), jumbo burritos, nacho platters and even

Rocky Mountain burrito, topped with house-made green chili

Mexican sandwiches. Fuzzy’s is the perfect spot to stop in before

sauce. It’s true comfort food with a kick! P.S.: Don’t forget to try

a Thunder game and fill your belly, or sit on the patio overlooking

their daily specials, which have customers coming back weekly

the canal during a warm summer evening. We love Fuzzy’s!


COOKING WITH CHEF JEAB CHANSAHDEE NITTAYA

COWBOY ROLL

INGREDIENTS • • • • • • • • •

4 oz cooked Japanese rice, mixed with vinegar, sugar and salt 1 ⁄2 sheet of dry seaweed (nori) 4 oz crab meat, water squeezed out, chopped, and mixed with some Japanese mayo 3 pieces of shrimp tempura (fried) 1 oz cream cheese 2 oz eel sauce (sugar mixed with soy sauce) 1 oz spicy sauce (mayo mixed with Sriracha sauce) 1 oz flying fish roe (tobiko) 1 oz tempura flakes

PREPARATION 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Cover the entire sheet of dry seaweed with the rice. Gently press rice down. Flip the rice upside down so that the seaweed is on top. Place cream cheese, shrimp tempura and spicy sauce on the seaweed. Using a sushi mat to help hold the roll in place, roll it tightly. Place crab meat and tempura flakes on top of the roll. Using a sharp knife, cut roll into 8 small pieces. Top the roll with eel sauce and decorate with flying fish roe (tobiko). so6ix.com | JANUARY 2016

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Raise Your Glass Revel in the excitement of the New Year with those closest to you. Let one of Vast’s private dining rooms or the event spaces at V2 serve as the backdrop for your special event, and give your guests a truly extraordinary experience.

Call 405.702.7262 to schedule a tour or make your reservation. VastOKC.com | V2OKC.com 333 W. Sheridan Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73102 #DineVast #CelebrateV2

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FUN FACTS HEALTH IN THE

3500 =

1 POUND OF

CALORIES

FAT

EACH YEAR, AMERICANS SPEND OVER

$65 BILLION TRYING LOSE WEIGHT. ON DIETING AND

ON AVERAGE, DINNER IS LESS HEALTHY

15.9%

THAN BREAKFAST.

THE AVERAGE U.S. WOMAN IS 5’4” AND WEIGHS 140 POUNDS,

TO

WHEREAS THE AVERAGE U.S. MODEL IS 5’11” AND WEIGHS 117 POUNDS.

DON’T COMPARE YOURSELF! THE WORLD’S MOST OBESE COUNTRY IS, AN ISLAND COUNTRY IN THE CENTRAL

NAURU

THE AVERAGE PERSON WALKS

94.5% 70,000 MILES OVERWEIGHT. PACIFIC, WHERE

OF THE POPULATION CLOCKS IN

DURING HIS/HER LIFETIME.

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FOR THE FIRST 15 MINUTES OF YOUR WORKOUT, YOUR BODY BURNS SUGARS AND CARBS.

YOUR HEART RESTS BETWEEN EACH BEAT. OVER A NORMAL LIFESPAN, YOUR HEART STANDS STILL FOR ABOUT

AT 30 MINUTES,

20 YEARS.

YOUR BODY ENTERS THE FAT BURNING ZONE.

KEEP PUSHING!

HOLIDAYS HEALTH TRUTH IN THE NUMBERS

WALKING AND RUNNING BURN A SIMILAR AMOUNT OF CALORIES

OVER A 1-MILE PERIOD: ACCORDING TO A STUDY, THE U.S. IS RANKED THE

SECOND

MOST-STRESSED COUNTRY.

OVER TIME,

STRESS IS LINKED TO WEIGHT GAIN.

80

vs.

97

RUNNING

WALKING

YOU CAN RAISE YOUR

METABOLISM BY EATING 4-6 SMALL MEALS

EVERY 3-4 HOURS.

6

TEASPOONS IS THE RECOMMENDED DAILY SERVING OF SUGAR.

ON AVERAGE, AMERICANS USUALLY EAT

30

TEASPOONS DAILY.

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Paleo, gluten-free, Whole30, vegan: We’re living in an era of making healthy choices and taking care of our bodies, and we’re all for it! Just because we’re making healthier decisions doesn’t mean we have to miss out on the fun of trying the new hot spot in town or getting together for a meal with friends. We’ve picked a few of our favorite healthy but delicious options from local restaurants around town. Eating clean doesn’t have to be boring!

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COOLGREENS

14201 N. May Ave., OKC | 405.286.9304

Romaine hearts and mixed greens, candied pecans, corn, carrots, pumpkin seeds, dried cranberries, blue cheese, apples and pumpkin spice vinaigrette

Roasted fennel and butternut squash

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CAFÉ 7

14101 N May Ave., OKC | 405.748.3354

Romaine lettuce and field greens, fresh roasted chicken breast, cranberries, apples, toasted walnuts, tomatoes and bacon, tossed with a balsamic dressing

: Even though it’s delicious, for a healthier

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THE FIT PIG

722 N. Broadway Ave., OKC | 405.290.7080

Spicy pork, roasted sweet potatoes, butter lettuce

KAMP’S 1910 CAFÉ

10 NE 10th St., OKC | 405.230.1910

Chicken breast, fresh field greens, walnuts, strawberries, pineapple, feta cheese and apple cider vinaigrette

A small serving of cheese a day is not bad for you, but if you’ve maxed out your servings it wouldn’t hurt to order this wrap without the cheese!

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GUYUTES

730 NW 23rd St., OKC | 405.702.6960

Poached pear, blue cheese crumbles, candied walnuts and arugula with red wine emulsion


BROADWAY 10

10th & Broadway | 405.212.3949

with Garlic Vinaigrette

THE RED CUP 3122 Classen 405.525.3430

Blvd.,

OKC

The Red Cup’s famous vegan chili layered with veggies, avocado and sour cream

This will be even better for you if you order it without the Fritos.


GUERNSEY PARK

2418 N. Guernsey Ave., OKC 405.605.5272

Depending on your clean-eating requirements, cut out the cheese and chips and ask for the dressing on the side as a light dipper.

Enoki mushrooms, nori, bok choy, avocado, steamed rice, black sesame seeds and eel sauce

COOLGREENS

14201 N. May Ave., OKC | 405.286.9304

Romaine lettuce, red bell pepper, cucumber, corn, tomatoes, Monterey Jack cheese, tortilla chips, chipotle ranch so6ix.com | JANUARY 2016

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PARK HOUSE

125 Ron Norick Blvd., OKC 405.232.7275

With sweet corn and baby lima bean succotash, quinoa, tomato compote and lemon tarragon aioli

PROVISION KITCHEN 6443 Avondale Dr., OKC 405.843.2310

Egg whites, caramelized onions, spinach, grape tomatoes, goat cheese & oven-roasted sweet potatoes

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GUYUTES

730 NW 23rd St., OKC | 405.702.6960

Roasted beet hummus and green onion with sweet potato chips


SUSHI NEKO

4318 N. Western Ave., OKC | 405.528.8862

7 slices of yellowtail, lemon, jalape単o pepper and cilantro, served with ponzu sauce

THE RED CUP

3122 Classen Blvd., OKC | 405.525.3430

Two local eggs (from pasture-fed chickens), broccoli, potatoes and rye toast For an even healthier option, order an extra side of broccoli and skip the potatoes.


PROVISION KITCHEN

6443 Avondale Dr., OKC | 405.843.2310

Roasted broccoli, cauliflower, onion, carrot, mushroom, snap pea, brussel sprouts, oven-roasted potatoes & Thai curry sauce

THE FIT PIG

722 N. Broadway Ave., OKC | 405.290.7080

Zucchini noodles, broccoli, carrot, mushrooms, sesame seed


ORGANIC SQUEEZE

6434 Avondale Dr., OKC | 405.796.7793

Up Beet: Beet, orange, apple, cucumber and 7.0 pH water Green Green: Romaine, cucumber, celery, kale, basil, parsley, fennel, lemon, lime, cayenne extract and Himalayan salt Carrot Zinger: Carrot, apple, orange, lemon, ginger and 7.0 pH water Joe’s Mean Green: Apple, cucumber, lemon, celery, kale and ginger Spicy Lemonade: Lemon, agave, cayenne and filtered water

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ZORBA’S

6014 N. May Ave., OKC | 405.947.7788

Marinated, charbroiled signature meat served over steamed basmati rice with grilled vegetables brochette, zucchini, yellow squash, red onions, tomatoes and mushrooms

: It’s served with a LOT of

rice (hey, we’re not complaining!), so try to aim for eating half a cup of it and taking the rest to go.


THE DRAKE

519 NW 23rd St., OKC | 405.605.3399 so6ix.com | JANUARY 2016

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS AVENUE

JANUARY 8 BAKER STREET 2701 W Memorial Rd., Oklahoma City, OK 73134

LIVE MUSIC JANUARY 1

JANUARY 7

JANUARY 15

FUZE OKLAHOMA CITY

BAKER STREET OKLAHOMA CITY

RIVERWIND CASINO NORMAN

EDGAR CRUZ

JANUARY 8

JANUARY 16

BAKER STREET OKLAHOMA CITY

RIVERWIND CASINO NORMAN

DANIEL JORDAN – ACOUSTIC

SKIRVIN HILTON PARK AVENUE GRILL OKLAHOMA CITY

JANUARY 2

STARS

AVENUE

ANNIE UP

KRISTEN STEHR

SAMANTHA CRAIN

AARON WATSON

MICKEY MANTLE’S STEAKHOUSE OKLAHOMA CITY

THE BLUE DOOR OKLAHOMA CITY

DIAMOND BALLROOM OKLAHOMA CITY

AVENUE

JANUARY 9

CARTER SAMPSON

LUCKY

TAPWERKS OKLAHOMA CITY

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THE SUSPECTS

THE BLUE DOOR OKLAHOMA CITY

TAPWERKS OKLAHOMA CITY

HAIL THE SUN

TRAE THA TRUTH

89TH STREET COLLECTIVE OKLAHOMA CITY

OKLAHOMA CITY FARMERS MARKET OKLAHOMA CITY

RUSTY & THE NAILS

EVAN MICHAELS BAND

NEWCASTLE CASINO NEWCASTLE

THUNDERBIRD CASINO SHAWNEE

100 BONES BAND TAPWERKS OKLAHOMA CITY


CALENDAR OF EVENTS

STARS

JANUARY 7

BAKER STREET 2701 W Memorial Rd., Oklahoma City, OK 73134

JANUARY 17

JANUARY 23

JANUARY 29

THE BLUE DOOR OKLAHOMA CITY

NEWCASTLE CASINO NEWCASTLE

RIVERWIND CASINO OKLAHOMA CITY

JANUARY 19

AARON NEWMAN BAND

SHOOTER JENNINGS

SHAKERS OF SALT

TAPWERKS OKLAHOMA CITY

DIAMOND BALLROOM OKLAHOMA CITY

OSU-OKC CAMPUS OKLAHOMA CITY

DANIEL JORDAN – ACOUSTIC

JANUARY 30

VANCE GILBERT

SURFER BLOOD 89TH STREET COLLECTIVE OKLAHOMA CITY

JANUARY 22 JOE ELY

FULL CIRCLE

TOBY KEITH’S BAR & GRILL OKLAHOMA CITY

JANUARY 27

REPLAY

DRIVE

NEWCASTLE CASINO NEWCASTLE

CANDYLAND AND FIGHT CLVB

RPLAY – 80’Z ENUF

KAMPS OKLAHOMA CITY

RIVERWIND CASINO

THE BLUE DOOR OKLAHOMA CITY

ANNIE UP

JANUARY 15 RIVERWIND CASINO 1544 OK-9 Norman, OK 73072

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

CONCERTS

CASEY DONAHEW BAND

JANUARY 2 RIVERWIND CASINO 1544 OK-9, Norman, OK 73072

JANUARY 2

JANUARY 29

RIVERWIND CASINO NORMAN

DIAMOND BALLROOM OKLAHOMA CITY

JANUARY 9

JANUARY 29-30

CIVIC CENTER MUSIC HALL OKLAHOMA CITY

CIVIC CENTER MUSIC HALL OKLAHOMA CITY

CASEY DONAHEW BAND

OKC PHILHARMONIC: STEPHEN HOUGH

JANUARY 14 SARA SANT’AMBROGIO ARMSTRONG AUDITORIUM EDMOND

JANUARY 22 KACEY MUSGRAVES DIAMOND BALLROOM OKLAHOMA CITY

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SHOOTER JENNINGS

OKC PHILHARMONIC: DO YOU HEAR THE PEOPLE SING


CALENDAR OF EVENTS

SPORTS JANUARY 1

JANUARY 17

CHESAPEAKE ENERGY ARENA OKLAHOMA CITY

CHESAPEAKE ENERGY ARENA OKLAHOMA CITY

OKC THUNDER VS SACRAMENTO KINGS

OKC THUNDER VS MIAMI HEAT

VS. JANUARY 6

VS. BLAZERS VS EL PASO RHINOS

OKC THUNDER VS MEMPHIS GRIZZLIES CHESAPEAKE ENERGY ARENA OKLAHOMA CITY

VS. JANUARY 13

BLAZERS ICE CENTRE OKLAHOMA CITY

VS. JANUARY 20

OKC THUNDER VS CHARLOTTE HORNETS

OSU COWBOYS VS OU SOONERS BASKETBALL GALLAGHER-IBA ARENA STILLWATER

CHESAPEAKE ENERGY ARENA OKLAHOMA CITY

VS.

VS. OKC THUNDER VS DALLAS MAVERICKS CHESAPEAKE ENERGY ARENA OKLAHOMA CITY

JANUARY 26

OU SOONERS VS TEXAS TECH BASKETBALL LLOYD NOBLE CENTER NORMAN

VS. JANUARY 15

OKC THUNDER VS MINNESOTA TIMBERWOLVES CHESAPEAKE ENERGY ARENA OKLAHOMA CITY

VS. JANUARY 27

OSU COWBOYS VS BAYLOR BEARS BASKETBALL GALLAGHER-IBA ARENA STILLWATER

VS.

VS. BLAZERS VS EL PASO RHINOS BLAZERS ICE CENTRE OKLAHOMA CITY

VS. JANUARY 16

BLAZERS VS EL PASO RHINOS BLAZERS ICE CENTRE OKLAHOMA CITY

JANUARY 29

OKC THUNDER VS HOUSTON ROCKETS CHESAPEAKE ENERGY ARENA OKLAHOMA CITY

VS. JANUARY 30

BLAZERS VS TULSA OILERS

VS.

BLAZERS ICE CENTRE OKLAHOMA CITY

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MOVIES JANUARY 8

JANUARY 15

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JANUARY 22

JANUARY 29

JANUARY 29

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

EVENTS

CELEBRITY ATTRACTIONS: JERSEY BOYS

JANUARY 12-17 CIVIC CENTER MUSIC HALL 201 N. Walker Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73102

JANUARY 2-3

JANUARY 12-17

OKLAHOMA STATE FAIR PARK OKLAHOMA CITY

CIVIC CENTER MUSIC HALL OKLAHOMA CITY

OKC LAND RUN ANTIQUE SHOW

JANUARY 8

2ND FRIDAY CIRCUIT OF ART NORMAN ARTS DISTRICT NORMAN

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CELEBRITY ATTRACTIONS: JERSEY BOYS


JANUARY 22-24

PBR OKLAHOMA CITY INVITATIONAL CHESAPEAKE ENERGY ARENA OKLAHOMA CITY

JANUARY 15-17 OKC RV & BOAT SHOW COX CONVENTION CENTER OKLAHOMA CITY

JANUARY 25

MOSCOW FESTIVAL BALLET’S CINDERELLA ARMSTRONG AUDITORIUM EDMOND

OKLAHOMA CITY HOME & GARDEN SHOW STATE FAIR PARK OKLAHOMA CITY

JANUARY 30-31 SPIRIT, MIND & BODY EXPO OKLAHOMA STATE FAIR PARK OKLAHOMA CITY

JANUARY 30 CHOCOLATE FESTIVAL

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