Arkansas, let's eat! | Rock Candy

Thursday, May 17, 2007

Arkansas, let's eat!

Posted By on Thu, May 17, 2007 at 4:13 PM

As promised, the Arkansas Times is adding a food blog to its community blogroll.

I have a couple of enthusiastic volunteers who'll be joining the Times staff in posting news and reviews about restaurants, food finds and other ingestible (and sometimes indigestible) topics.

We want readers to contribute their own reports. Everything in Arkansas is on-topic and we'll entertain food reports from far-flung places, too.

If you have a photo you'd like to offer, you can always send it to me, max@arktimes.com

Suggestions welcome.

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