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Sunday, October 10, 2010

Food for thought

Posted By on Sun, Oct 10, 2010 at 7:16 AM

Please note that:

* Kat Robinson posted the cheese dip championship winners over on Eat Arkansas.

* Also, if you haven't been there lately, Lindsey Millar provided the scoop Friday on banker Steve Davis' plans for the revived Browning's. The Heights landmark will retain some "legacy" dishes to soothe old fans, but this won't be your grandfather's Brownings. Dallas restaurant pros are coming into make something promised to be a Mi Cochina/Cantino Laredo hybrid.

* A good time was had at Helena-West Helena yesterday as Brian Chilson's photo of music in the streets should illustrate.


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