101 Things to Eat in Arkansas Before You Die: A Travel Guide to the Very Best Plates in the Natural State

Kat Robinson (Author)
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Description

Hit the road and savor the flavors of Arkansas Native guide and food expert Kat Robinson has diligently covered the entire state, logging hundreds of thousands of miles and visiting thousands of restaurants to determine the tastiest and most unique dishes Arkansas has to offer. With this volume, plan your culinary expedition through the Delta, the Ozarks, Lower Arkansas, the Ouachitas and the heart of the state. Let full color photographs of extraordinary plates encourage you to buckle up for culinary adventure. Enjoy the best The Natural State has to bring to the table, all in this handy travel book

Robinson, the host of the Emmy-nominated documentary Make Room For Pie on the Arkansas Educational Television Network and the author of Arkansas Food: The A to Z of Eating in The Natural State, answers with this book the question often asked: where are the quintessential places to dine around Arkansas? Her lush, on location photography showcases the dishes and delights in store for hungry travelers looking for the perfect epicurean trail to follow. From white cloth formal to dairy bar booths and five-napkin barbecue joints, she covers the full scope of the state's restaurant scene with an eye towards native flavors, foods and traditions.

Product Details

Price
$17.99
Publisher
Tonti Press
Publish Date
August 22, 2019
Pages
122
Dimensions
6.0 X 0.33 X 9.0 inches | 0.51 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780999873458

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About the Author

Kat Robinson is a dedicated food and travel writer and lifelong Arkansawyer. Her award-winning blog, TieDyeTravels.com, features tales of her journeys and travel experiences. She lives with her daughter, Hunter, in Little Rock. Grav Weldon is a fine art photographer and digital artist currently living in Little Rock and working in the Ozarks and Mississippi River Delta documenting the food, culture and history of the American South.