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 …




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Memphis is a great food town—certainly one of the best in this area of the country and one that continues to surprise with each and every visit. A buddy and I recently made the 2+ hour jaunt up I-30 for a Pearl Jam concert, but had no problem turning the …




Prior to my arrival in the great state of Arkansas, I spent four years to a little city just southeast of us…a town they like to call “Big D” (and it’s not “the” Big D…that’s a surefire way to single yourself out as an outsider). It was my first time …




It didn’t take long after Bosco’s closed shop on their prime River Market location at 500 President Clinton Ave. Local pizza company Damgoode pies announced to us this morning that they have finalized details to establish a new flagship restaurant in the location. When we talked to owner Jeff Trine earlier …




In anticipation of Halloween 2014, I posted this question on my Facebook page: “Think back…what was the absolute worst candy/item you’ve ever received while trick-or-treating?” Within three responses, I knew this was a thread that needed to be turned into a post. The answers were priceless and here are the …




It’s Halloween, folks. It’s the one day of the year that you’re allowed to eat an astronomic amount of candy and not feel an ounce of guilt or shame about it. And that, my friends, is something worth celebrating. Now, you could go out to your neighborhood grocery store and …




Ever wonder what makes some of Little Rock’s food personalities tick? Rock City Eat’s latest series, Food Insider, takes a look at individuals who are helping change the landscape of our city’s culinary scene. Whether they’re in the kitchen, managing a storefront, farming land or running a food truck … …




My weekly food views… Ciao Baci continues to both excite and underwhelm—all in the same meal. My broiled Atlantic salmon with grilled Romaine, beet hash and fried onion rings was a wonderfully executed, albeit, overpriced entrée. Huge portion of perfectly cooked fish aside, $26 for this dish was just too …




More than anything we enjoy connecting local people to good, quality, local food. We also enjoy raising awareness for great local organizations. So we decided to combine the two and bring it down south of the border to Saline County where the people’s big love of food trucks is only matched …




Food has been good to me lately, and I’m very thankful for it. This week’s round of “Cheers & Jeers” is punctuated by some really spectacular eating from a few of my favorite restaurants in Little Rock. You’ve probably heard us speak about a few of these places before…so let …




Ever wonder what makes some of Little Rock’s food personalities tick? Rock City Eat’s latest series, Food Insider, takes a look at individuals who are helping change the landscape of our city’s culinary scene. Whether they’re in the kitchen, managing a storefront, farming land or running a food truck … …




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