Tulsa’s Kitchen 66 program helps make eating desires come true

Kitchen 66, the Tulsa food ideas incubator, is completing another class. Eight new dining dreams are coming true thanks to the Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation’s Kitchen 66 program.

This is the third year for the Tulsa Kickstart Kitchen. In those years the program has served more than 125 food business operators.

That class includes Nom and Spice who really are Ian Culver and Hailee Truesdell and their plant-based restaurant concept.

There’s also Adriana Prieto, whose Sobremesa is a food truck concept with Latin American flavors and special empanadas that she’s been making with her family for years.

“What I learned from Kitchen 66 is how to run a business,” she said.

You can learn more about the program on their website.

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