Wilson Gardens-Bringing it all Back to the Farm and Community

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Designsensory, Inc. Opinions are my own.) One of the highlights of my recent visit to Wilson, Arkansas was meeting farm director Leslie Wolverton who skillfully

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Benton’s Riverside Park Grand Opening

Sometimes you just burst with pride when something really good happens in your hometown. When the citizens of Benton passed a recent “quality of life” tax to fund the new

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Lemon-Caraway Irish Tea Bread

Somewhere in my ancestry there must be a few Irish aunt, uncles and cousins. I’ve always been a fan of St. Patrick’s Day — don’t ask me why, but my

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Being Irish in Arkansas {OnlyinArk}

This post was sponsored by OnlyinArk. All opinions are my own. It seems everyone becomes a little Irish when March rolls around. We green up our wardrobes, fill vases with

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Kitchen | Fields Table Tour 2016-17

The Arkansas Soybean Promotion Board(ASPB) launched its second annual Kitchen l Fields Table Tour Wednesday evening, November 10,  at Brave New Restaurant in Little Rock. Developed in 2015, this educational program

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Top Ten NWA Food Blogs

For the past 6 years my friend Lyndi of nwafoodie fame, has offered her list of the Top Ten Food Blogs of Northwest Arkansas, and I am again honored to

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Petit Jean Meats Favorites for THV11

This week’s THV11 This Morning segment focuses on one of my favorite Arkansas producers, Petit Jean Meats. In business since 1922, this family-owned business, produces the finest traditional Arkansas flavor

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Celebrating National Rice Month on THV11

I love Arkansas and I love promoting and supporting our Arkansas farmers and producers. Many of you already know that I am a Brand Ambassador for Riceland Foods and while

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Ruby Thomas’ Chicken Breasts Eden Isle

I’m really not obsessed, y’all. It may seem that I spend a whole bunch of time talking and writing about the Red Apple Inn on Eden Isle. Actually, I DO

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Preserving Spring: Strawberry-Basil-Pepper Jelly

#letsbreakbread I really don’t spend every hour of every day making jelly and jam even though it must seem that way. It’s just the season, y’all. The berries are coming

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