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Food For The Soul

Salon combines dining, listening, learning JOCELYN MURPHY jmurphy@nwadg.com Brightwater: A Center for the Study of Food continues its salon series March 8 with the theme “Home.” Chef Rafael Rios of

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Getting Creative With Cuisine

Chef Erin Rowe kicks off ‘High South’ series at Crystal Bridges BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com Growing up in Siloam Springs, Erin Rowe was raised to be artistic — but she had

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A Bicycle, A Banjo And Biscuits

Baker takes to road to collect stories of the Ozarks BECCA MARTIN-BROWN bmartin@nwadg.com “I like stories,” says Martin Philip, a writer and Fayetteville native. “I find the lives that each

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Kyya Chocolate to open Bentonville store

ALEX GOLDEN BENTONVILLE — If you’ve spent considerable time in Northwest Arkansas coffee shops, you may recognize the all-capital lettering of the Kyya logo up against typically bold patterns —

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Culinary Fun

Roots Festival more than music It’s not just the music. The Fayetteville Roots Festival was founded on a combination of the food and music that make the Ozarks unique. Included

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JoyHouse Coffee opens in Bentonville

ALEX GOLDEN BENTONVILLE — When David and Casey Watson took their first mission trip to Haiti in 2016, they had never heard of Haitian coffee. Now, half of the profits

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BBQ food truck parks in Fayetteville

Alex Golden The Yaght Club on College Avenue in Fayetteville that many food trucks and other pop-up businesses have called home has added a BBQ truck — or, rather, bus

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Culinary History

Speaker shares important stories through food JOCELYN MURPHY jmurphy@nwadg.com How do you begin to tell the history of a people within a medium where they have been ignored, discarded and

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All The Fixin’s

BBQ — The Hive way In the dog days of a Southern summer, few things speak to the soul the way traditional Southern food does. The food that families gather

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Downtown Digs

ONF plans move to former IGA location STACY RYBURN sryburn@nwadg.com Downtown-area shoppers and organic foods enthusiasts will again be able to get their groceries from the corner of North College