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Friday, August 31, 2007

Sweep the floor

Posted By on Fri, Aug 31, 2007 at 5:45 PM


We have an entry in our new food picture of the month ($50 prize) contest. Wouldn't you know it was taken about 10 feet below my desk. But Iriana's is tops with me and the sweep the floor pie pictured here is my top choice. From Joel DiPippa:

Iriana's Sweep the Floor Pizza - One of the best Pies in Little Rock can still be found at Iriana's.  At a recent lunch, caution was thrown to the wind and a large pie of the flagship Sweep the Floor Pizza was ordered.  The Sweep the Floor has the best balance of toppings of any "Supreme"style pizza out there and the crust was that perfect balance of crunchy and chewy.  If the picture does not say it all, nothing will.

Remember: I'm on the lookout for good food shots with a little comment. Send them to max@arktimes.com Somebody is grilling this weekend, I'll bet. Show me the food. 


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