The daily grind got the best of me this week, so Food Feedback Friday is getting up rather late…just in time for your midnight snack. No biggie, the rules remain the same. Let us know what you’re eating, who’s really knocking it out of the park, and who’s falling flat. I’ve got the in-laws in town this weekend, which means fine dining is store for my wife and me. We’re thinking steaks…been too long since I’ve had a quality bone-in rib eye. Arthur’s or Sonny Williams have been the two we’re been considering most carefully.
Last week on Food Feedback Friday, Raven calls the zucchini salsa at Local Lime “one of the best salsas I’ve ever eaten,” but has some issues with the scant toppings from the pizza at Santa Lucia. Mordy ate some glorious sounding concoction dreamed up by the kitchen at White Water Tavern called “Thanksgiving in May” with turkey, cranberry sausage, cornbread stuffing, and mashed potatoes and gravy…as a sandwich. Kar had the chicken tenders from Slim Chickens and calls them “fresh, hot, and fantastic.” Hugh Mann had his “first go” at a sandwich from Hillcrest Artisan Meats and leaves satisfied, Kevin is underwhelmed by his pizza from Damgoode Pies, to which I say, join the club. Rooibos snagged a Reuben from the Capital Bar and Grill and says, “I’ve never had corned beef so tough.” That’s a shame. EY is pleased with the “huge short rib” from Acadia, and Joel checks out Leo’s Greek Castle under the new ownership, stating, “the hamburger was definitely an improvement from previous burgers there and the gyro platter as wondrous as ever.” You can read it all here.
Your turn folks, where ya’ grubbin’?
It’s Friday folks, which means it’s time, once again, for everyone’s favorite food forum, the greatest place for gastro-gab in all of Arkansas—Food Feedback Friday. Last, week was a very busy food week for me and I suspect for many of you as well. With the warmer weather, seems like every food and drink fest in Arkansas is trying to squeeze itself into that small window of time between too cold and blisteringly hot.
This got me wondering—what are some of your favorite local eats to help beat the heat? Do you pine for ice cream? Are you jonesing for gelato? Custard? Shaved ice? Milk Shakes? Gazpacho? What helps you survive the almost unbearable few sweltering summer months?
Last week on FFF, Sammy enjoyed Southern Gourmasian’s chicken and dumplings, but preferred his order of “ol’ faithful, the pork buns.” Kar also chimed in, claiming that the Creole version of chicken and dumplings at Cheers are “DY-NO-MITE… a little spicy, great consistency and the dumplings are divine.” Numbernine enjoyed the chicken crepes at Café Bossa Nova and seemed to thoroughly enjoy them, but Nine really seemed impressed with the brownie sundae with salted caramel ice cream from Loblolly. Mordy was less than pleased with the handicraft of the new Italian kitchen at Lulav, stating that just by looking at the “handmade pasta” dishes “it was obvious that they had been sitting under a heat lamp for quite some time,” and “it was obvious that these pastas were not handmade.” Debeats was giddy over her Greek taco special at Baja Grill and was equally impressed with the corn chowder from Pressroom in Bentonville. What’sthat was disenchanted by Loca Luna, calling the crab cake benedict “awful…hardly any sauce, the yolk was hard, the muffin was soggy, and the crab cake was nothing special.” Lots more was said, and you can catch up on it here.
This week, it’s business as usual on Food Feedback Friday. We greatly appreciate all the excellent feedback we squeezed out of you all on last week’s FFF. As you can read all about here, our “popping out of Pulaski” edition was a huge success, clearly you all have eaten some fantastic food all around the state, and we got to hear a bit about some of the places doing it right last week. Fayetteville was well represented, with recommendations for Momma Dean’s for soul food, Taste of Thai for tom kha soup, and Hugo’s for their blackened chicken sandwich. Eureka Springs was also a popular area of discussion with suggested eateries such as Ermillio’s for Italian, Mud Street Café for pancakes, and Casa Colina for Mexican. Honestly, there were a whole lotta places getting recognition last week, so go back and check out the list if you’re out and about in Arkansas.
This week, we’ll open the forum to whatever and wherever you’d like to discuss, Pulaski or not, anything is fair game. So, where are you all eating this week? You all know there are many fantastic food events this weekend, including the Arkansas Times Heritage Hog Roast, the Arkansas Food Blogger Bake Sale, the Cinco de Mayo Fiesta, and the Turkish Food Fest. That’s a lot of good eatin’ to be had! Feel free to drop us a line here regarding anything and everything you attended this weekend.
A few new hot items of business coming up in the next week. We mentioned the opening of the upscale taqueria, The Fold (which has apparently dropped the “e”), coming to Riverdale…they’re softly opening their doors this Sunday for Cinco de Mayo. We’ve mentioned the coming of Texas-based chain, Chuy’s to WLR in the parking lot of the Chenal Pkwy Kroger…they’ll be open to the public by next Tuesday and we’ll be back next week to report on what’s going on there. And lastly, chicken fans are rejoicing at the opening of Slim Chickens in the former Backyard Burgers space near UAMS which should also be opening its doors next Monday.
Now go forth, and feedback!
We welcome you back to a little feature we like to call Food Feedback Friday. If you’re just now joining us, this is the portion of the program where you take control, you call the shots, and you share with the world what’s good, bad, beautiful, and boring. Share with your fellow Arkansans a few helpful tips regarding some of your favorite dining establishments or give us some insight into some of the exciting developments around the Natural State.
Last week on Food Feedback Friday, Mcmm praised the raw-milk cheddar burger at White Water Tavern, stating “I loved the liberal use of traditional burger seasoning,” but “the fries were my favorite part of the experience.” Big Fun declared the Pantry Pie from The Pantry to be “the best, tastiest food value in the city…a huge crock of savory, tender beef stew topped with mashed potatoes, sheep-herder’s pie style.” Raven enjoyed his “first pepperoni pizza from the mobile pizza operation Pizzeria Santa Lucia…perfectly crisp and the crust was the perfect thickness.” (I might mention here, you can read more about Pizzeria Santa Lucia in this week’s print copy of The Times.) Slow yeti enjoyed the chef-chosen sashimi plates at Hanaroo and a ribeye from H.A.M., while Sammy elected to snag some sausages from the Hillcrest butcher shop, notably the Greek lamb sausage, which sounds divine, does it not? Lastly, Joel confesses his love for the chicken fried steak from the Capital Bar and Grill and also got some insight into the changes coming to Vieux Carre.
Now it’s your turn to share what you’re eating this week! We absolutely love to hear from you, so please spill the beans.
Welcome back to what is quickly becoming the spiciest, most tantalizing food forum in the known universe, Food Feedback Friday! We, here at Eat Arkansas, love all our readers like family. We were please to get together with some of our regular commenters yesterday at the SoMa 2nd Thursday food truck event at Bernice Garden; it was great talking food with Raven, Sammy, Kevin, and Joel. We hope to meet many more of you all in the near future. Now it’s your chance to share about your week in food and tell us what restaurants are filling your bellies this week.
Last week of #FFF, here’s a bit of what you all were talking about: numbernine enjoyed Jimmy’s Serious Subs twice in one week, stating that “their brownies are a must for me but I also like the pork loin and Swiss sandwich.” Did somebody say, “brownies?” JenniferB “braved the chilly rain at the (new) Shoppes at Woodlawn Farmer’s Market JUST so (she) could try the kouign amann” from Mylo Coffee, and she’s “happy to say that it totally lived up to Eat Arkansas’s lavish praise.” We asked about the imminent arrival of Mellow Mushroom pizza to WLR and nonameneeded says it’s “so good! Can’t wait.” Sounds encouraging. Raven had the H.A.M. burger, a recent addition to their Friday menu, and he feels “it lived up to the hype. One of the best burgers I’ve ever devoured.” I expect this burger to be a pretty solid contender in next year’s Little Rock Burger Caucus burger bracket. Kevin reports that “the spinach and mushroom quesadilla at Rock ‘N Tacos are delicious,” but laments that his derriere did not enjoy the metal chairs at Big Orange. I’m sure it was no better for the chair, Kevin. SusieQ enjoyed the banh mi from Boba Tea on S. University, EY favored the “Local salad” with steak from Local Lime, and “longtime lurker” Candice “finally tracked down and joined the cult of Southern Gourmasian lovers.” Welcome to the party, Candice, we’re glad you’re here. You can read the rest of what was said here.
Finally, Michael and I have been making appearances on the Alice Stewart morning show at 96.5 The Voice, joined by Kevin Shalin of The Mighty Rib. All kind of antics take place; a few punches are thrown, Michael occasionally drops the “F-bomb” on the air, Kevin makes armpit farting noises in the background, and I try to keep frosting from getting all over Alice’s mics. It’s a grand time. Anyways, you can check out the audio from this morning’s show below (with shout-outs to Loblolly, Southern Gourmasian, HAM, White Water Tavern, Sugar Shack Sweets, Pizzeria Santa Lucia, Green Cart Deli, Guillermo’s Coffee, kBird Thai, Le Pops, and Mylo Coffee Co).
The end of another delicious week here at Eat Arkansas. This week we shared some stories about exciting new developments around central Arkansas, such as the arrival of Pizzeria Santa Lucia (I’ll certainly be checking them out again at the next SoMa Food Truck event), Michael’s detailed look into one of the most luxurious burgers in existence at HAM, and a promising new breakfast café in Argenta. Conversely, the news that Jeffery Palsa’s The Food Truck will be leaving our midst is truly a crushing blow to our burgeoning food truck fleet. We can only hope that Chef Palsa returns to the Little Rock dining scene invigorated, enthusiastic, and prepared to serve this community again in some new spectacular new way.
What else is on the horizon for the central Arkansas foodscape? Diners looking for a genuine taste of Tex-Mex are looking forward to the coming of Chuy’s to West Little Rock. The Texas transplant famous for their “Big As Yo’ Face” burritos and smothered enchiladas is scheduled to set up shop in the Chenal Pkwy Kroger parking lot on May 7th. Many of you know, or have guessed by now, that I spent a number of years in Texas. I quickly got burned out on the Tex-Mex restaurants in town, but now, after an extended Tex-Mex hiatus, I’m oddly excited about the promise of a smothered cheese enchilada, and even welcome the classic Texan addition of the ground beef “chili con carne” topping so frequently found at restaurants across the Lone Star State. But enough, about Texas…I’m sure Michael is just crawling in his skin about now.
West Little Rock will also be graced with central Arkansas’s first location of Mellow Mushroom. I’ve never personally eaten at the place, but they’ve got a beautifully done website, and their “gourmet white” pie with sun-dried tomatoes, provolone, feta, and Roma tomatoes sounds particularly promising. Anyone out there tried this place and would care to share an opinion?
We’ve previously reported the coming of Slim Chickens to Markham Street, near the UAMS campus, slated to arrive sometime this spring. Of course, the Midtown location of Big Orange is currently under construction. We are all anticipating the opening of Matthew Bell’s Oxford American restaurant which we may only hope to expect sometime between “soon” and “at least by spring.” The resurrection of Bruno’s Little Italy is expected on Main Street. And of course, there’s always Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken, just aching to clog the coronary arteries of Arkansans in the near future. If there’s not something here to get you excited about the future of central Arkansas food, you may have no soul.
Now it’s your turn. Food Feedback Friday is your opportunity to share some of your recent successes and failures within our growing dining scene. Who won your favor this week and who needs to get back to the drawing board? Got any juicy tidbits regarding future developments around town? We’d be more than happy to hear them. Go forth and feedback!
Welcome back, Eaters, to central Arkansas’ hottest food forum. A chat session that’s quickly becoming the only thing people are clamoring on about at water coolers and barber shops everywhere in Arkansas. I know you just can’t get enough food talk, neither can I. If you are as obsessed with the edible as I am, welcome home. Stay a while, you might just like it here. Here, on Food Feedback Friday, we’re happy (and anxious) to hear about all your wildest food fantasies. We are begging to learn more about where you ate this week, what was fab and what was drab. Maybe you’ve got some juicy food news, perhaps you’ve heard some scandalous rumor about a neighborhood restaurant, or perhaps you’d just like to share some of your wildest food fantasies. This, my friends, is the place to do so.
Last week on #FFF, we were happy to hear about the ham and cheese sandwich from The Root, and the Mordy household is utilizing the Arkansas Local Food Network to acquire fresh winter vegetables and grass fed meats. There was plenty of praise for The Pantry, with some seductive sounding crème brulee cheesecake, and many kind (and well-deserved) words for owner Tomas Bohm. Raven kicked off a nice little discussion about The Box and their renowned cheeseburgers. Some touted it as serving the best cheeseburger in the history of mankind, while some folks, like What’sThat?, don’t feel it deserves its “near pope-like devotion.” SusieQ had a grand time at Far East Asian (way out west) on Cantrell, particularly impressed with the garlic shrimp and lo mein. You can read about much more here.
Now it’s your turn. We’re dying to hear what you’re chowing down on this week.
Spring has sprung, folks, which means it’s finally time to start living outdoors again…at least until the fiery inferno of summer begins to beat down upon our fair city. Food trucks are beginning to roll out all across the city, farmer’s markets will be operating in full force, diners will be chowing down on patios whenever available—it’s a beautiful time to explore the food world.
Right now it’s time for you to feedback on all the food you’ve been devouring across Arkansas. You know the drill by now, Food Feedback Friday is your opportunity to share about any of your Arkansas dining experiences, announce any food related news or spread any juicy rumors you may have heard regarding our dining scene.
Last week on Food Feedback Friday, we heard about the merits of the newly opened Montego Café and their jerk chicken, there was some frustration expressed over Santo Coyote, and love for the lentils at HAM. Of course, there was all sorts of praise for the SoMa Second Thursday Food Truck Festival…diners were pleased with the mini peach bundt cake from Sugar Shack Sweets truck (I will vouch for their excellence), tofu lettuce wraps from Green Cuisine, lemon curd macaron ice cream sandwich and apple pie sundae from Loblolly (I, for one, am considering having “Loblolly” tattooed across my back in Old English calligraphy), and commenter, Superdan (which I promise is not my inflated alter ego), describes a “transcendent experience in gooey deliciousness” with The Food Truck’s pear, brie, and apricot jam sandwich.
Your turn, go ahead and foodback.
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Another week comes and goes for the Arkansas food community. I gotta say, it was a pretty spectacular week to be a foodie in Little Rock. I know I ate plenty of really spectacular food this week—I am constantly surprised by some of the talent floating around in the central Arkansas culinary world. We’ve been blessed with some truly inventive, passionate people in our community and I feel it a privilege to support them.
Once again, here on Food Feedback Friday, we invite you to share some of your experiences in dining around Arkansas. I, for one, am keeping meticulous notes on every interesting recommendation coming in from you fine readers, and though my ‘to-try’ list continues to grow to an unconquerable length, I urge you to continue with your suggestions.
Last week on Food Feedback Friday we heard about the “stock pot” from the Pantry and terrific Thai from Chang’s in NLR. I’ve heard multiple sources extol the virtues of the grilled oysters from Local Lime, which was also mentioned. We got the word on hot wings at The Tavern, the “Judy’s Favorite” from US Pizza. There were mixed opinions on Taziki’s, some delightful filet at Doe's in Fort Smith. Many more dishes were mentioned, read about them here.
Lastly, regular commenter, Big Fun, and his wife basically lived the most incredible Saturday possible in Little Rock. You may want to follow this guy around this weekend.
Well folks, it’s that time again. Where we all kick back and reflect on the events that flavored the Arkansas food community this week. Speaking on a personal level, it’s been a week of highs and lows. Without going into any of the gritty details, it’s more clear to me now than ever before that our culinary landscape is dynamic and alive, filled with passionate individuals with honest opinions, strong words, humble humanitarians, and fiery tempers. Whether we’re consumers or producers, diners or chefs, we all play a role in what our food culture is and will become.
Friday, of course, means it’s time for your feedback. Who’s been tickling your taste buds this week? We’d love to hear about it. Last weeks FFF was one of the finest we’ve seen since this column’s inception. What did we discuss? There was some praise for the pork shoulder sliders from Natchez, duck ham from HAM, pulled pork from Whole Hog, cheese steak from Philly’s food cart, cannoli from Mason’s Deli in the River Market, and a roast beef po’ boy from Maddie’s Place. Michael gave us a spectacular impromptu review of Shotgun Dan’s and managed to work in references to Donald Trump, IKEA, and “In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida” all within one poignant piece. Lastly, we discussed the merits of an $18 “lobster burger” being featured at Big Orange (which I’m still determined to try) and unanimously concluded that we need some decent lobster rolls here in Little Rock.
Your turn. Dish.
It’s a wonderful week to be a foodie. Indeed, here at The Times and Eat Arkansas, we are all a little giddy about this week’s print issue. If you haven’t picked up your copy yet, stop whatever you are doing right now, go out and get one. It’s an issue you will be glued to for weeks, you’ll probably want to frame it and hang it on your wall someday, and pass it down to your children. Why? Here’s a bit of what you’ll find inside:
First, you’ll want to scope out all the winners of the Arkansas Times’ Readers Choice Awards. We sincerely congratulate all the winners, and thank you all, the readers and voters, for your contributions. It’s an exciting time to be an Arkansan, and these places are proving that our food scene is far from stagnant. Eaters are demanding quality, and good works are not going unnoticed. There are undoubtedly dozens of restaurants in this city that deserve such recognition, and we hope to share with you some of these places in the coming months through this blog and through our dining reviews. We all play a part in helping our food community grow and progress and we hope you all will continue to contribute to the discussions and debates generated in our stories here on Eat Arkansas.
Next, you won’t want to miss our feature, “The 52 Dishes We Crave in Central Arkansas.” Here we’ve handpicked some our very favorite dishes from around Central Arkansas…covering everything from duck to donuts. Narrowing it down to only 52, one for each week of the year, was probably the most challenging part of this story. But we wanted to give a bit of a personalized shout-out to those places we felt were doing things particularly well.
You’ll also find a handful of featurettes on a few of the rising stars in the Central Arkansas food scene. These represent just a sampling of the youthful, adventurous minds determined to help shape Central Arkansas dining for the better. Check out these stories on Matthew Bell at the Oxford American restaurant, H.A.M., Loblolly Creamery, The Root, John Beachboard of the Big Orange/Local Lime/ZAZA empire, Jonathan Wilkins at White Water Tavern, Arkansas Fresh Bakery, and Travis McConnell at the upcoming Butcher & Public.
Well, now it’s your turn. It is Food Feedback Friday after all. Tell us what you think about the winners? Who do you think should have been included in these lists? Who’s overrated and who’s flying under the radar? As always, we’re anxious to hear where you are dining this week. So let us have it.
In case you forgot, it’s Friday everyone. Friday, Friday, gotta get down on Friday. Everybody’s lookin’ forward to the weekend. I’m not going to hide my elation any longer. But what’s even more exciting than the prospects of a care-free weekend? I’ll tell ya’ what, Food Feedback Friday! The most hotly anticipated and often controversial food forum on the World Wide Web. There are many wonderful reasons to be excited about eating in Arkansas, and we’re here to help make the universe aware of them. Join us, fellow foodies, as we share with each other our experiences around the local dining scene in Arkansas. Who’s watching the Oscars this weekend? Personally, I’m always a devoted viewer. Plus, it gives me 3 hours to sit on my couch eating junk food and watch glitzy dresses and chic tuxes. Hey, Lays is making “chicken and waffles” potato chips…that could be interesting. Anyone out there making any particularly interesting Oscar night treats?
Last week on Food Feedback Friday, we had a nice little discussion on Indian cuisine. He heard some rather favorable words regarding Star of India with a number of favorable reviews for their Chicken 65, as well as tikka masala, and kachumbar salad. Others had kind words for Taste of India and Taj Mahal, while there were mixed opinions on the offerings at Curry in a Hurry. We also had some encouraging feedback on the cabeza torta at Mercado San Jose, which remains my personal favorite of all the Mexican restaurants I’ve eaten at in Little Rock. We heard excellent things about the sea bass at Trio’s, pho and Van Lang, impeccable pasta at Vesuvio, quality cupcakes at Mickey’s Special Affairs (also a personal favorite), and a stellar lunch option from Igibon.
Please share with us what you’re eating this weekend. We always love to hear from you and we, here at Eat Arkansas, are always honored to be a part of this food community.
Well folks, you survived the most disgustingly love-drunk day of the year, and now you have 364 days to recover. But I bet you guys ate some good food, amiright? So dish it up, it’s that time of the week again, your chance to share all your saliva-inducing secrets and edible experiences. Quickly becoming the most talked about forum around family dinner tables, at the water cooler, on all social media formats, and rumored to have been mentioned in recent State of the Union addresses, it’s Food Feedback Friday! Tell us where you are munching this week, what you have been sipping on, and which establishments are getting your patronage. We love to hear about it all.
Here’s what’s being blabbered about recently on Eat: CammackLife reluctantly shared with us the fact that K Hall and Sons are serving up some of the best boiled shrimp and crab legs on Saturdays, Big Fun is in love with lobster risotto and 1620 Savoy, sammy (who may or may not be stalking Michael) shares my love for Mylo Coffee Co., pointing out that their recently introduced jumbo PB&J macaron is the stuff dreams are made of, and Tammy gives us a report on Montego, stating that she was rather pleased with her jerk chicken and grilled veggies with mango mojito.
So, now it’s your turn. Fill us in on all your eats this week, we’re all waiting with bated breath.
Due to a few unforeseen events in my non-foodie life, I didn’t get around to this yesterday, and this week’s Food Feedback Friday is getting bumped to Saturday. Like always, the rules of the game remain the same, tell us where you’ve been eating this week and who’s been dishing out the best food in Arkansas of late. I imagine many of us are planning our Valentine’s Day dinners—which restaurants are you going to be visiting to woo your loved one? Or what food lover’s gifts might you be giving? I’ve been strongly suggesting that my wife head over to H.A.M to pick up some of their newly arrived Olive and Sinclair Chocolate Co. variety packs of artisanal chocolates and perhaps one of their fantastic Olli Salami. Leave us your feedback on what’s going on in your culinary scene currently.
We’ve been seeing some mixed reviews on the new Cantrell burger joint, Home Fresh Burgers. Our friend Sammy had this to say: “cheap prices, good chipotle mayo, pretty decent for the price,” while another commenter, LanierOrr, was not quite as please with his visit. While I generally echo the sentiments of my colleague, Michael Roberts, that this town feels fairly well saturated with burger joints as it is, I’m always happy to find a family friendly joint offering decent, affordable food. Last week on FFF, we got word that Route 66, the ‘50s throwback diner also on Cantrell has shut its doors, making way for a new Mexican joint, apparently named “Lupitas.” Because, ya’ know, you can’t eat burgers for every meal. I’ve frequently bemoaned the lack of decent kimchi in Little Rock, but I’ve heard reports of Southern Gourmasian doing Korean BBQ dishes with housemade kimchi. I’ve yet to sample, but it’s certainly on my to-do list in the near future.
So feel free to drop in your opinions, complaints, praise, questions, answers, grievances, and tips…all on this week’s Food Feedback Saturday!
It’s about time the weekend showed up, and now that January is officially behind us, it’s time we take stock of what’s been going on around our beloved Arkansas. This week, we were squawking about hummus from The House, hot wings from ZAZA, and butter bars from The Cupcake Factory. We also heard about the end of a hot dog dynasty with the departure of Hot Dog Mike, while we welcomed Home Fresh Burgers to its home on Cantrell Road, and we were teased about the imminent arrival of a barbecue food truck. Gus’s isn’t the only chicken joint planning to try its hand at the Little Rock market; we’ll be seeing the first location of Slim’s Chicken in Little Rock at the now defunct Backyard Burgers on W. Markham, scheduled to arrive sometime this Spring.
So now it’s your turn, Arkansas! Give us the skinny on what’s going on in your neck o’ the woods. Any new developments springing up that we all need to know about? Or maybe you’ve only recently discovered a dish that you’ve been aching to tell everyone about. Now’s your chance…spill the beans on our food scene.
Last week’s Food Feedback Friday had us talking about terrific Thai from Lemongrass in NLR (I think this is the 5th week in a row? I can take a hint) and Chang’s in Sherwood. We also had some big beefy love for The Box, a place whose ancient grill is a reverenced entity in these parts. James Beard winning barbecue joint, Jones’ BBQ continues to win favor and Red Door’s shrimp and grits sound like something worth seeking out. I’ve only scratched the surface of all the gastro-gab we were throwing around last week, but you can see it all here.
So, let’s hear from you! What dishes have got you all hot and bothered this week? We’d love know all about them.
Hmmm. Will have to check out. I love Layla's but its not a full fledged…
And betray Layla's with a franchise? No way.
I agree with Robert. Texas isn't perfect...but it comes pretty close! ;-)
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