Centennial Cookbook in Time to Ring in 100 Years

Oklahoma author Ronnye Perry Sharp and a host of Oklahoma celebrities are celebrating Oklahoma’s centennial milestone with the release of “Oklahoma’s Historical Centennial Cookbook.”
Published by Tate Publishing & Enterprises, based in Mustang, the book is designed as a collectors’ item to tell the story of Oklahoma’s history and share recipes from famous Oklahomans.
The book released nationwide earlier this month.
Recipes cover a broad spectrum of Oklahoma cuisine, from elegant dinner party favorites to Native American recipes like Succotash and Pashofa. Historical notes and facts from the state’s 100-year history appear throughout the book.
The book includes recipes and contributions from celebrity Oklahomans including country music stars Toby Keith and Vince Gill, former OU football coach Barry Switzer, Congresswoman Mary Fallin and Sen. Jim Inhofe, OU President David Boren, Native American astronaut John Herrington, Gov. Brad Henry, Oklahoma restaurateur Hal Smith, and former Gov. Frank Keating. Oklahoma First Lady Kim Henry wrote the foreword.
The book is now available at www.tatepublishing.com and any bookstore nationwide and retails for $39.99.
Sharp is a past recipient of the Oklahoma Young Career Woman Award and former president of the Tecumseh Chamber of Commerce. Contributing author is Bob Burke, and contributing photographer for the book is Tom Flora.



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