Thursday, November 5, 2015

The Whole Hog Roast is nigh

Posted By on Thu, Nov 5, 2015 at 10:00 AM

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I like you. We're friends. And I want you to have a good time. Which is why I'm here to remind everyone that the Arkansas Times Whole Hog Roast is coming back to Argenta on Saturday, November 14. I would love to see each and every one of you there. There are some fantastic teams competing, and this year we've added an amateur category to widen the selection of good eats even further. Here's a quick look, and we'll have some more detailed info about each of our teams in this week's Times:

Professional Teams

*Arkansas Ale House
*The Little Rock Country Club
*Midtown Billiards
*SO Restaurant-Bar
*Clinton Presidential Center
*Simply the Best Catering (featuring 2013 Winner Brian Kearns)

Amateur Teams

*Cowboy Cafe
*Smokin' ButZ
*Smoke City Limits
*Argenta Boosters
*Billy Bob's Smokin' Butts
*Tuesdays
*Kermit's X
*Apple Bottom BBQ
*Buford's Dogtown Smokers
*Pop Smoke BBQ

Been procrastinating but still want to compete? Contact phyllis@arktimes.com and I bet she can find you a spot. And if you'd like to get your tickets in advance, you can do so right here.

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