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What's Cookin', May 6 

Hunka Pie is back in business with new space in Galaxy Furniture in the Argenta district of North Little Rock. Owner Chris Monroe, who previously operated out of the River Market's Ottenheimer Hall, is back to the basics. Aside from Krispy Kreme donuts in the morning, coffee, milk and cheesecake, he's focused on pie. Daily, he offers 20 to 25 different kinds, whole ($18.50) or by the slice ($3.50).

His offerings include French apple, jumble berry, limoncello tiramisu, velvet lips chocolate and kampfire smores. You can find the full menu at hunkapie.com and follow the business on Facebook and on Twitter (@hunkapie). Monroe takes requests and he said he'll deliver occasionally.

Beyond his Galaxy Furniture location, Hunka Pie provides Four Square Gifts with pie daily and makes a Chambord cheesecake especially for Crush Wine Bar in Argenta.

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