Watermelon Granita
Jul 19, 16

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Cave City? Hope? Your own backyard? No matter what kind of watermelon or where they are grown in Arkansas, one thing is for certain: landing that perfectly sweet specimen is a rite of passage for summer. Sweet, juicy, sticky and always best served cold, watermelon brings people together. It take a group to eat one! If you are...

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Throwback Thursday {Steaks for Father’s Day}

By    Posted in Dinner, June, Salad

How about treating your dad to one of these Sizzling Summer Steaks for Father’s Day? Show him how much you care with a tender piece of beef cooked just for him. Chili-Marinated Steaks with Cilantro Cream   Grilled Beef Tenderloin with Chimichurri Vinaigrette Salad   Sirloin Steak with Garlic, Ginger, and Soy...

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Throwback Thursday {St. Patrick’s Day}

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You don’t need luck to enjoy these tasty potato recipes! Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day and prepare your family a side that makes the day festive. Potato Gratin with Bacon and Broccoli   Sour Cream and Cheddar Mashed Potatoes   Garlic Chive Creamed Potatoes   Leftover Potato and Gravy...

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30th Annual National Chuckwagon Races ~ Labor Day Weekend Food

By    Posted in Arkansas Recipes, Food Festivals & Events, September

A Labor Day party for a few friends at Dan and Peggy Eoff’s ranch in Clinton 30 years ago has turned into one on Arkansas’ must see events,  the world’s largest chuckwagon races. Thousands of visitors hitch up their wagons, or hop in the cars, and mosey on over to the  Eoff’s ranch in Clinton to witness the...

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The Morgan Family: Peach Pickin’ Paradise {SLOW COOKER SMOKY PEACH BARBECUE SAUCE}

By    Posted in Arkansas Recipes, Featured Farmer, Food Festivals & Events

by Debbie Arnold of DiningwithDebbie.net My husband’s family settled in Johnson County, Arkansas, once known as the peach capital of America, more than 100 years ago. Like many other families in the region, they were peach growers during the peach growing boom. Today, the Morgan family of Clarksville remains one of the few...

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National Pi Day
Mar 14, 15

By    Posted in Arkansas Recipes, Holiday, March

It’s National Pi Day, the day π enthusiasts have eagerly anticipated! Well, and PIE lovers too. To celebrate this most fortuitous of March days, why not bake a pie? The pi-sibilities are endless! You could make one of the 231 varieties of apple pie, the favorite of 36 million Americans. Or possibly pumpkin pie, which was...

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