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Hannah Rushton

Hannah Rushton
A new transplant to Little Rock, Hannah Rushton started her career by writing for newspapers and magazines in her college town. After moving to Kansas City, she continued to write and photograph for FemaleFoodie.com, a national restaurant review website. Her life goal is to find food that deserves to be eaten—as life is too short to eat bad food. She enjoys writing about baking and traveling over at her food blog, storiesaboutfood.com.

It’s a hard place to miss. Driving down Main Street in Searcy, Arkansas, there are few distinct buildings, most settling into the brown and gray of brick chain restaurants, local stores, and the occasional McDonalds or Sonic. However, when you pass a brightly-painted sun amidst wildflowers on a bright sky-blue …




The Whimsy Cookie Company is Little Rock’s newest bakery, located on South Bowman Rd in West Little Rock. With their original location in Memphis, Laurie Suriff and her husband decided that Little Rock was the perfect location for their first step outside of Tennessee. Whimsy was first started in 2007 …




Katmandu Momo in Conway officially opened its doors Monday, starting with lunch service from 11 to 2 and dinner from 5 to 9. The expansion, in the center of downtown Conway on 1018 Oak St., represents so much more than just a new restaurant for Katmandu Momo. With more than …




In today’s age of large supermarkets and styrofoam-packaged meat, knowing where your meat comes from—even the country of origin—is rare, if not impossible. Cody Hopkins, founder of Grass Roots Coop, understands this more than most. “You might find a token amount of good (good being the lowest quality meat on …




Arkansas is no place to fool around outside in the summer. With scorching summer heat, Little Rockians need a place to enjoy something sweet and icy cold. Here are our favorite picks. Le Pops Le Pops is another great way to cool off, with their signature gourmet ice lollies in …




UA Little Rock Alumni Association kicked off the 15th annual Taste of Little Rock at the Stephens Center on Thursday, gathering hundreds of guests ready to sample the best restaurants in Little Rock. With over 40 restaurants participating, guests had many different choices, including ice cream from Loblolly, cupcakes from …




We like to explore around Arkansas, especially when it comes to exploring barbecue. As almost all states surrounding Arkansas have a strong barbecue tradition, it only seems right to discover where to eat and what to eat in Kansas City, generally considered one of four prominent barbecue styles—Carolina, Memphis, and …




Turkey and the Wolf is a small space on the corner of Jackson and Annunciation in the heart of New Orleans’ Irish Channel neighborhood. Though it’s an unassuming little place, it was given one of the highest awards for new restaurants. Each year, Bon Appetit names Best New Restaurant of …




Loblolly Creamery, a staple in Little Rock for discerning ice cream lovers, announced a new addition to their regular line-up: sugar-free ice cream. Made with erythritol (the keto-friendly sugar), Loblolly makes it possible for almost anyone, regardless of diet, to feel comfortable ordering their favorite treat. “We feel that ice …




Springing from a 21-year old legacy in southern Arkansas, Cinnamon Crème Bakery is Little Rock’s newest family-run bakery, filled with favorites like cinnamon rolls, apple fritters, fresh bread, and fried and baked pies alike. With a charming couple at the helm, Crystal and Truman Cooper, they intend to steer Little …




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