Jonathan Wilkins returns to the grill at Argenta Farmers Market | Rock Candy

Monday, March 31, 2014

Jonathan Wilkins returns to the grill at Argenta Farmers Market

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WILKINS: Back when he was manning the White Water Tavern kitchen. - BRIAN CHILSON
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  • WILKINS: Back when he was manning the White Water Tavern kitchen.

Jonathan Wilkins, the man behind the most delicious bar food Little Rock has ever seen, is cooking again. After leaving White Water Tavern last summer, Wilkins has resurfaced with Arkansas Fresh Bakery, a bakery out of Benton that largely supplies directly to restaurants, but has expansion plans on the horizon. Wilkins will begin selling Arkansas Fresh bread and grilled sandwiches and snacks at the Argenta Farmers Market on Saturday. From Wilkins on Facebook:

I'm happy to announce a new collaboration between myself and the folks at Arkansas Fresh Bakery. Starting this weekend every Saturday you can find me at the Argenta Farmer's Market from 7am-12pm. I'll be running the bakery's market stand as well as manning the grill to serve up a revolving menu of sandwich's and grilled snacks. I've got a bunch of new recipes, but some of your favorites that you haven't been able to get in a while will also be making appearances. In short, "The Doublewide" will once again be available. Go ahead and "like" the Arkansas Fresh Bakery page. I'll be posting the weekly menu up there. Hope to see you this season at the farmer's market.

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