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Why is Oklahoma the most delicious state in the nation? Find out with Oklahoma Today’s annual Food Issue! This year’s “Food Worth the Drive” story focuses on all things sugar: Desserts, sweet snacks, saccharine breakfasts, and delicious caffeinated and alcoholic beverages with liberal amounts of sweetener dot our collection of Oklahoma restaurants just waiting for you to make a road trip. National Geographic Digital Nomad Robert Reed explores Oklahoma City’s Vietnamese culture and the delicious food it produces—from well-known delights like pho and banh mi to lesser known dishes like bun bo hue and cha gio. A Tulsa synagogue brings back the magic of the Jewish deli at a special once-per-month meal, and its on-site bakery does some good in the community by making some of the most delicious cookies you’ve ever tasted. A program at Langston University is studying goats—and hoping to change for the better the way people eat in the twenty-first century. And Becky Carman looks at some of the most daring dishes all across Oklahoma for anyone looking for a good food adventure perfect for the Instagramming. All this and more in the annual Food Issue of Oklahoma Today magazine, available now!

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