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Winner of the Oklahoma Beef Cook-off announced

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The Oklahoma CattleWomen, Inc. would like to recognize Debra Clifton, of Minco, as the grand prize winner of the 2013 Oklahoma Beef Cook-off/Recipe Contest for her dish Papa's Lasagna. Clifton received $2,000 cash and all finalists received Beef Gift Certificates.

The runner-up in the Budget Busting Meals entree category was Aunt Ruby's Rave Review Meatloaf by Lady Branham, of Norman. Second runner-up was another recipe by Clifton called Spicy Drip Beef.

The winner of the Beefed Up Beginnings appetizer category was Michelle Mitchell Robertson from Moore.

The Oklahoma Beef Cook-off is a production of the Oklahoma CattleWomen, Inc. supported by the Oklahoma Beef Check-off and the Oklahoma Beef Council. Winners of this year's contest were announced at the Oklahoma City Home and Garden Show, Jan. 19. Copies of all the finalist recipes can be found at www.okcattlewomen.com.

Oklahoma CattleWomen, Inc.'s is a non-profit organization that strives to promote efficient production of beef, educate consumers on the nutritional values of beef and communicate goodwill within the communities and state of Oklahoma.

Oklahoma Beef Council is a non-profit organization working for the farming and ranching families of Oklahoma. The mission of the OBC is to increase beef demand and producer profitability by focusing on the consumer. A variety of programs funded by the beef checkoff seek to accomplish this mission using promotion, consumer information, research and education.

Date: 2/4/2013



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