If you ever find yourself in The Sooner State, the state we call home, head down south highway 76 in Blanchard, and on your right, shortly before the H.E. Baily Turnpike, you’ll find KT’S Smokehouse. We are often asked: “Where in world is your favorite place to eat? What is the best meal you have eaten?” Astonishment quickly colors their look as we provide our answer. No, no fancy seafood dish or street-made spices galore. For us, nothing can compare to the ribeye cut flamed to medium rare, the chicken fried steak that is just crispy enough, the mashed-potatoes with the perfect amount of gravy, the sticky mac & cheese, the fresh rolls, and much, much, much more. Are you hungry yet? – KT’s offers all of the above. To our critics who are probably classifying us a biased, perhaps we are. To the foodies out there who will argue to death that homemade fresh rolls cannot possible compare to a freshly-fished bowl of Peruvian ceviche, you are probably right, in fact, you are right. But for us, is about being at home, that special feeling of eating where you belong. Dorothy’s cliché is still true now more than ever, there’s absolutely no place like home.