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Re: “Marriage licenses issued to first same-sex couples in Arkansas


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Posted by justacrazywoman on 05/10/2014 at 10:25 AM

Re: “New Food Truck: Clyde and Kiddo's BBQ

I ate Clyde & Kiddo's bbq last night at the Hot Air Balloon festival in Little Rock. I must say, I was highly disappointed. It was probably the worst tasting bbq I've ever eaten. They said I could get either their Sweet & Tangy sauce or Spicy sauce. I chose Sweet & Tangy. Maybe it was just the sauce I hated. Not sure because the pork was just saturated in the sauce. But I wasted 6 bucks on that thing. I didn't even finish it. And I'm not one to NOT finish bbq!


Posted by justacrazywoman on 06/24/2012 at 4:36 PM

Re: “A Hunka craziness

I've just gotta chime in here. I met Chris not too long ago when I went to order a burger from Hunka Pie. I've been back a million times. Not only is Chris not pompous, but an incredibly hard working man. Do y'all realize that most of the time he's the chef, baker, order taker and cashier? All at the same time? He is an LR small business owner who loves making pies.

I was the one in the window Sunday when you placed your order. I knew Chris was going to need help, so my fiancé and I both offered. We do not work there. We aren't on the payroll. And I've gotta say, 100 Different Pie Day was not a publicity stunt. Far from it. Chris' dream is to offer 100 pies daily every day. Sure, we all have different opinions on what tastes good... but that's why there are 100 to choose from people.

Hunka Pie sells their handcrafted pie for $3.50 a slice while most restaurants would sell it for more. Chris doesn't have the resources as the larger restaurants, but he's keeping his pricing down. Hunka Pie started in his kitchen. That's passion. His business is not declining as someone mentioned before.

Let's try to support our small business owners who put their life into their dream instead of tearing them apart. That only makes you look like you're the pompous one. Just simply go across the street to McDonald's instead.

Posted by justacrazywoman on 08/30/2011 at 7:11 PM

Re: “Burger cred

You need to try Hunka Pie's burger. Awesome. They get their bread from Boulevard Bakery and hand-pat the patties. They're on Cantrell where The Hop used to be.

KAT: Check the list. I've sampled two of Hunka Pie's burgers. The buns really make the burger, but so does that nice Worchestershire sauce flavor.

Posted by justacrazywoman on 02/06/2011 at 8:47 AM


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