The U.S. Senate voted Arkansas cheese dip better than Texas queso in a blind taste test. Read the rest of the story about it’s creation here.
Traversing the margarita trail is an eye-opening experience. We chased the rainbow from sunup to sundown until we reached trail’s end.
PurpleHull Peas are celebrated in tiny Emerson, AR at their annual festival. They’re so good Fergie likes them better than black-eyed peas!
A Devil’s Margarita is different and like an apple in the Garden of Eden will tempt you to have another. Clutch your protective amulet and drink up!
Fried dill pickles hold a special place in the heart of Arkansans because they were created here and because they taste so good!
I promise not to use cliches as I describe a peach margarita. To do so would be totally gratuitous and unacceptable. I’ll leave it at…delicious.
Skillet cornbread is what Grandma made, so good, it was magical. I have her cast iron skillet, so I do the best I can to replicate her masterpiece.
I requested a “dealer’s choice” with mezcal and a tamarind margarita appeared, another of the many delicious cocktails I sampled in Mexico.