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Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Woo Pig! Eat healthy

Posted By on Wed, Oct 29, 2008 at 1:23 PM

The Fayetteville Trucker reports from the friendly confines of Reynolds Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville:

This will be the last home game for fans to try the health food inside Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium. This new healthy game-day food alternative is the Chickpea booth. The new food outlet, which features sandwiches and wraps that include hummus and other Middle Eastern flavors, has been increasingly popular as Razorback fans have discovered the booth, located near Gate 1. John McIntyre, the owner, has used the game day operations as a test market for an upcoming restaurant and catering business to be based in Springdale. He also plans to offer a more extensive Chickpea menu during Razorback baseball games next spring.
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Also note: McIntrye is a former Mizzou basketball player. After his college years, he played in Israel, where he was exposed to the the garbanzo bean and other regional delights.

 

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