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Friday, June 20, 2014

Food Feedback Friday: The joys of June

Posted By on Fri, Jun 20, 2014 at 6:31 AM

click to enlarge Cheeseburger and onion rings from Dyer's in Memphis
  • Cheeseburger and onion rings from Dyer's in Memphis

Welcome back to Food Feedback Friday, folks. We’re happy to have you here. I hope you’ll take a second and share with us some of the things you are eating this week…we always appreciate your input.

I thought I might share with you some cool things going on around town this week…

If you haven’t been able to make it out to some of the other food truck meet-ups recently, you may want to get on over to the SoMa Food Truck Thursdays  There’s a regular rotation of trucks, but many of your favorites can be found there. Their next event is next Thursday at the Bernice Gardens (1401 S Main, Little Rock). Follow them  on Facebook here.

You may remember that I’m teaming up with Kevin Shalin to write up some of our favorite foods around town. Last month, here on Eat Arkansas, we tackled “sandwiches ” This month we talked about some of the best appetizers in town over on Rock City Eats…you can check it out here  Then we chatted with local radio host Alice Stewart about the list here.

The folks at South on Main continue to put Little Rock on the national map…but this time they’re bringing the nation to Little Rock. With their new “Chef Series,” they are hoping to bring in renown chefs from all over the country to showcase their talents and share more about themselves with Little Rock foodies. Their first event is July 3 and will feature Georgia Pellegini, a chef, author, and TV personality. The event is free, but they’d like you to RSVP here

Now get on over to the comments section and leave us some feedback.

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