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The Best Chili on the Planet!

By Todd Barron @ I know, I know…. The Best Chili on the Planet may be an exaggeration as everyone has their own personal favorite.  BUT…. Cincinnati Chili is one of those recipes you have to try to really understand how unique and completely awesome it is. Not only does it not have beans […]

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Tex-Mex at Chuy’s in Little Rock, AR

By Todd Barron @ A new chain restaurant popped up in Little Rock, Arkansas recently and the sign outside identifies it as Chuy’s.  I first heard about Chuy’s at a local pet store where they were passing out appetizer coupons to anyone who had their dog’s picture taken (to later be put around the bar […]

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Taqueria El Palenque Authentic Mexican in Little Rock, AR

By Todd Barron @ I am riding in the car and mention the new Mexican restaurant on Rodney Parham Road in Little Rock named Taqueria El Palenque.  From the back seat I hear, “What do you mean by finally, an authentic Mexican place in West Little Rock?”  The answer is simple, most Mexican places […]

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Top Picks from Epcot Flower and Garden Festival

As I wrote about earlier, the Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival now includes food specials just like their Food and Wine Festival.  The menus are completely different though which is nice and most of the dishes are lighter due to the event being in Spring as opposed to Fall.  I tried at least one […]

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Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival 2013

For the first time ever, the Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival also includes new food and drinks from around the world! I spoke to one of the chefs and they plan to providing the food booths every year, and expanding them until the Flower and Garden Festival rivals the size of the Food and […]

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Trio of Tacos at Local Lime in Little Rock

Local Lime is a casual restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating (which is closed-in and heated during the winter,) with booths, tables, and a bar.  The bar is in the middle of the fray and I have never seen an empty seat at it.  Also be aware of wait times as it is not uncommon […]

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Felipe’s Taqueria in New Orleans

By Todd Barron @ When in the French Quarter in New Orleans the first thing that comes to mind is not Mexican food.  In fact, the thought of it brings images of vats of grease to mind.  The French Quarter is “dirty” and most restaurants in the immediate area suffer as a result.  There […]

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Taste of New Orleans

By Todd Barron @ My wife and I had a wonderful week during Spring Break in New Orleans.  Here is some of the food I will be writing about in the coming weeks.  I hope you enjoy! Tweet