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Friday, May 15, 2015

Time of the season open line

Posted By on Fri, May 15, 2015 at 9:54 AM


Well, I'm sorry for our day of silence yesterday—I'm under quite a heavy deadline for our May issue of Arkansas Food and Farm and wasn't able to hit the blog with some fantastic food findings.

Coming up soon: Joel DiPippa has written us a great piece on the Old Fashioned, which I'm hoping to get up on the blog this afternoon. It's going to be excellent. And our Hot Springs expert, Louis Williams, will be talking about the great eats at Surfas Culinary District, which is a great place for all kinds of culinary endeavors in the Spa City.

But for now, let's have an open line to celebrate Friday—let us all know what great places you've eaten at lately, or maybe the not-so-great places. We're all ears. 

Regular programming will resume ASAP.

Over to you.

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