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SUBMIT YOUR RECIPES! 65 Anniversary Celebratory Cookbook th


We are excited to compile a celebratory cookbook in honor of Oklahoma Livingʼs 65th Anniversary! The cookbook, available in Fall 2013, will include recipes from past editions of Oklahoma Living as well as reader-submitted recipes. Readers are invited to submit a maximum of TWO recipes per category for possible inclusion in the cookbook. Recipes are due by February 15, 2013!


Limit two recipes per category per person. Submission of a recipe does not guarantee its inclusion in the cookbook. Recipes will not be returned and become property of Oklahoma Living for use in print and/or on the Internet.


Go to www.ok-living.coop/contests to submit your family favorites!


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