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Monday, August 24, 2009

Arkansas Food?

Posted By on Mon, Aug 24, 2009 at 6:59 AM

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I'm always willing to check out information that purports to be about Arkansas food; finding different examples here and there of what others consider to be our state cuisine is, well, interesting.  So I come across this website, and see that there's really not anything listed ("current favorites" is apparently the best the site editor could do) in the short listings.  But below, there are several items listed, along with menus.  So I'm perusing them, and I find a couple of odd items.  For instance, I've never heard of "Pecan Transparent Pie."  "Corn Dodgers" -- is that a corn fritter or a character on the Disney Channell?   Anyway, came across it and figured you might want to check it out, too.

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