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Cream of Banana Pepper and Rice Soup

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by Arkansas Women Bloggers member Lyndi Fultz of nwaFoodie Banana peppers are abundant now. For those of you who have a home garden or have a friend, family member or co-worker with a home garden, you may not need this public service announcement. A weekly visit to your farmers market most likely has stall after stall overflowing...

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by Arkansas Women Bloggers member Rhonda Franz of Pasta salad is a nutritious, quick and versatile food. Throughout the school year, numerous pounds of rotini and radiatore goes from a warm and hearty dinner dish on our dining room table to a pasta salad meal in my children’s lunchboxes the following day. By...

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Leftover Potato and Gravy Pancakes

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by Arkansas Women Bloggers member Mary Wood of Run of the Mill Mary Farmers were ‘green’ long before it was trendy. They understand the wisdom of being good stewards of the land. Recycling is a generations-old way of life on most Arkansas farms. Reusing and repurposing is standard operating procedure. ‘Wasteful’ is not...

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Loaded Fried Rice
Sep 23, 15

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by Arkansas Women Bloggers member Mary Wood of Run of the Mill Mary September is National Rice Month, and that’s something to celebrate in Arkansas. We grow 50 percent of the rice produced in America and more than 25,000 Arkansans support their families with jobs in the rice industry. Our rice farmers produce more rice using...

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Grilled Pork Steak
Sep 21, 15

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by Arkansas Women Bloggers member Mary Wood of Run of the Mill Mary Across the state, football fans are supporting their teams and doing some tailgating. The truly hardcore tailgaters don’t consider it ‘real’ tailgating if you don’t bring the grill. There’s just something about flame-grilling that gets you all fired up to...

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Simple Country-Fried Pork Chops

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Some of my best memories as a child happened on a barstool at my Aunt Norma Lee and Uncle Don ‘Fluke’ McNeal’s house. I was sometimes dropped off early in the morning, so Mom could run errands or keep appointments. Their kitchen, formerly an old country store/restaurant, had a long counter lined with barstools that gave me a...

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