Ingredients

Trio’s Restaurant in Little Rock has marked nearly 30 years in the food business, producing solid dishes and creating loyal fans. You don’t get that far without great leadership and a certain attention to details. Like every eatery, Trio’s had to start somewhere. Owner Capi Peck looks back to ’86 …




“The best experience I’ve ever had in a coffee shop was when I enjoyed a very good coffee and a good pastry or when I went to a bakery and they had a really good cappuccino,” Stephanos Mylonas said on a late afternoon in July at Mylo Coffee Co., the coffee …




There is something incredibly refreshing about meeting the farmer you buy your produce from and learning their story. Cody Hopkins, co-owner of Falling Sky Farm, knows this better than anyone. That’s partly what lead him, and other livestock farmers like him, to get together and create Grass Roots Farmer’s Cooperative. …




North Pulaski Farms, located a few miles west of Cabot, is one of the newer farms on the scene in Rock City, having opened in 2009. The organic farm is owned and operated by Kelly Carney, a retired software developer who worked in the travel industry. How does a former …




To an outsider (as in someone outside of Arkansas), Scott McGehee might appear to be just another guy serving up burgers, pizza, and tacos. But of course, he’s much more than that. His string of successful restaurants, while focused on some of the more commonly served menu items in America, …




Nestled away in the confines of the Clinton Presidential Center is perhaps one of the best-kept secrets in all of Little Rock, a delicious and locally focused restaurant called Forty Two, named for the forty-second president of the United States. Patrons from all over the world come to explore President …




Welcome our new series, Ingredients. Here we explore some of the local fresh sources that many of Little Rock’s top restaurants use to cook your favorite dishes. This week, Pizzeria at Terry’s Finer Foods.  After purchasing a mobile pizza oven to compliment their decade-old catering business, Jacquelyn and Jeremy Pittman …




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