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Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Dinner break

Posted By on Tue, Jun 9, 2009 at 6:18 PM

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I'm going to take one. But that reminds me. Kat Robinson is working hard to add new food items on a regular basis to our Eat Arkansas blog. FatSam's Louisiana chow in the River Market (catfish po boy pictured above), the arrival of Ark. tomatoes and peaches, winner of the big Ark. chefs' contest and the new Texas Roadhouse are just some of her recent contributions.

She's also fired up a Twitter page for Eat Arkansas that includes more quick tips for foodies. Check it out and sign up if you Tweet.

Reminder: We love photos and tips for Eat Arkansas. You can always send them to me at maxbrantley@arktimes.com.


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