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Happy Hour: Whisky Sour

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In a new drink-themed blog series, Happy Hour, Arkansas native Ben Franks will share his recipes and expertise. Ben tends the bar at Petit & Keet in Little Rock, but he learned the tricks of the trade all over the country. In this post, Ben shares his favorite way to make a whisky sour. The origin of the whisky sour is classic story of threes. The thr[...]

Recipe: Berry White Wine Spritzer from P. Allen Smith

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In the last days of summer, all we want to drink is this spritzer from P. Allen Smith. Berry White Wine Spritzer This refreshing spritzer is made with white wine and mixed berries of your choice. Ingredients 1/4 cup mixed berries 4 mint leaves, torn juice of 1/2 lime 1 tablespoon stevia (optional) 4 ounces white wine 4 ounces club sod[...]

Strawberry Brownie Yums for Summer Parties

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Today, we’re featuring fun, easy-to-prepare, easy-to-eat, easy-to-clean up recipes for delicious summer meals that don’t require a grill. I love the flavor and texture contrast of fruit in salad. For me, until recently, mixing fruits and greens was rare. It was only later in life that I discovered the concept of combining the sweetness of fruit with[...]

For the Love of Eggs

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ou don’t have to have 40 acres and a mule anymore to be a homesteader. Now it’s as simple as growing your own herbs in a windowsill or small garden. As more and more people desire a connection to what they are putting in and on their bodies, a new trend has emerged—modern homesteading. This way of life can range from living completely off the grid to put[...]

A Fresh New Side Dish - Curried Lentils and Squash

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Looking for a fresh new side dish to serve to your family and friends? This Curried Lentils and Squash from Well-Fed Arkansas, CHI St. Vincent Health goes great with everything! Lentils are packed with fiber and are a great source of protein, which makes this dish an excellent vegetarian entree. The unique flavor of curry, with its combination of deep, ea[...]

Great Southern Recipes

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  Here we have put together some favorite recipes from past issues. We will continue to add on and are open to suggestions, which you can message to our Facebook page. Enjoy! Poached Egg with Avocado & Spring Greens & Crispy Cauliflower Cakes This is really more method or concept than recipe. In my testing I used both spring greens and [...]

Holistic Winter Health

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am no doctor, but I have spent the last several years getting into holistic health. My interest began when I was living in Fayetteville. Being surrounded by like-minded people, I became an outdoor enthusiast in the Ozarks, and dove into a borderline obsession with hot yoga. The yoga has now taken a backseat to other interests, but I still use the basics. A[...]

Our Top Recipe Picks for the Holidays

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Here are some of our favorite recipes-from decadent to gluten free, breakfast to after-dinner dessert. ENJOY.   Unappreciated Vegetables By Faith Anaya                                                                     During my research for this month’s column, I came across dozens of recipes for Brussels sprouts, all of which starte[...]

Tasty Fall Recipes to Delight & Entertain

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 'Tis the season for entertaining & relishing in the gift of all things food. Here are some yummy recipes for you to try! We will continually be adding recipes taken from past issues, our own kitchens, or the kitchens of people and places that have previously been featured. Submit your own recipe for a chance to be featured! Happy cooking. &nb[...]

Apple Adaptability

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By P. Allen Smith :: Photography by Mark Fonville     If you’re thinking of planting apple trees in your yard, it’s time to think small. The apple tree industry has been trending towards dwarf varieties for a few years now, says Arlie Powell of Petals from the Past and professor emeritus at Auburn University. Powell has advised fruit [...]