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The skin care center offers services you would typically find in a spa: body sugaring, laser hair removal, sunless tanning, facials and massages, among others. In addition, Riddel’s Skin Care Center offers an assort- ment of other services such as Botox, skin rejuvenation, microdermabrasion and weight management programs. “We have this personalized, professional, family-like feel here,” Riddel said. “We’re not


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By Laura Araujo Nestled in the Buffalo Valley against the


backdrop of Southeast Oklahoma’s Potato Hills—or “Tater Hills” as locals call them— Side Saddle Catering takes the trophy for Oklahoma Living’s “Best Caterer.” Owner Darleen Shaw, a member of


Kiamichi Electric Cooperative, is famous for her wholesome meals, homemade breads and delicious desserts. Coincidentally, pota- toes are one of the most requested items on Shaw’s menu. “We’re known for our Cajun Baked


Potatoes—that and our grilled meats,” Shaw says. “We do a variety of types of foods, mostly healthier dishes.” For the big gigs, Darleen has help from her


family. Husband Dave and sons Jason, 24, and Derrick, 22, often man the grills for her. Though Shaw is not a formally trained


chef, she is a lifelong cooking enthusiast. As a child she spent summers with her


grandfather in New York and helped him in his restaurant. In 2000, Shaw had a chance to get into the restaurant business for herself. “I had a friend tell me the restaurant at


Robbers Cave State Park was coming open,” Shaw says. “Dave said ‘let’s do it’ and it grew from there.” While running the restaurant she got her start in catering. In 2005 the Shaws added a commercial kitchen behind their home and Darleen started catering full time. Shaw caters 175 events each year: every- thing from university and corporate events to Thanksgiving dinners and birthday par- ties; groups as small as 10 and as large as 2,500. In addition to Side Saddle Catering, Shaw and her husband are the proprietors of Buffalo Creek Guest Ranch and she cooks for weddings and other events at the ranch. For more information call Darleen at 918-


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