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University of Oklahoma Cookbook - cover

University of Oklahoma Cookbook

Jennifer Elsner

Publisher: Gibbs Smith

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Summary

Did you know that The University of Oklahoma is the first football team  to be named number 1 on the Associated Press football poll 100 times?  That’s made Sooner fans work up a huge appetite, so roll out the wagon  and call the crowd! Show your Sooner pride with this tasty tailgater  cookbook. Hungry fans will clamor for Touchdown Taters and Conestoga  Kabobs with a side of 7-Point Salad. And if that doesn’t get ‘em spinning, Tornado Alley Pumpkin Dip and Boomer  Sooner Sugar Cookies should do the trick. Hi Rickety Whoop-te-do!

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