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Saturday To-Do: Arkansas Times Heritage Hog Roast

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  • The Arkansas Times Heritage Hog Roast is Saturday in Argenta.

ARKANSAS TIMES HERITAGE HOG ROAST
Noon. Sixth and Main streets in Argenta. $10-$30.

So surely, by now, you've heard about the Arkansas Times' Heritage Hog Roast, right? Y'all, this is going to be an epic celebration of slow-cooked, smoky pork.

Seriously, there are going to be 11 teams roasting 125-lb. heritage-breed hogs from Falling Sky Farm and Freckle Face Farm, each team competing to see who can create the most succulent, melt-in-your-mouth masterpiece of porcine perfection, along with scrumptious side dishes.

That means you can sample from 11 different approaches to winning from some of the tastiest and most celebrated chefs and restaurants in the area. But do you wanna know a secret? Everyone is going to be a winner at this thing, because here's why: hundreds of pounds of delicious pork and side dishes + wine and excellent craft beers from Schlafly + a fantastic lineup of music, including The Lost Bayou Ramblers = Yes! Awesome!

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