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Whitney Binzell: Pulled BBQ Chicken ala’ McClard’s

May 13, 2016

Celebrate the tastes of Arkansas: McClards BBQ   When I first moved to Arkansas, I had no clue what I was in for. All I pretty much knew about Arkansas was that it was home of the Razorbacks, a rival of my alma mater. I’ve lived in this beautiful state for two years now, and […]

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Wooster {Wordless Wednesday}

May 11, 2016

By Jerusalem Jackson Greer of jerusalemgreer.com Jerusalem Jackson Greer a writer, blogger, speaker, and  Minister to Children, Youth, and Families at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Conway, Her first book A Homemade Year: The Blessings of Cooking, Crafting and Coming Together was published in 2013, and her second book will be released spring of 2017. Jerusalem and her husband […]

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Sunday Link-Up {May 8, 2016}

May 8, 2016

  Celebrate your day with us! #ARWB #SundayLinkUp Click To Tweet

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Blogger Home Tour – Carmella

May 7, 2016

I signed up at the first of the year to host a home tour in April. My brother had just accepted a new job in central Arkansas. He, his lovely wife, their four children and 100 pound golden had just moved in with my son, two 12 pound pups and me. I thought signing up […]

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Brittney Lee: Slow Cooker Beef Tacos with My Brother’s Salsa

May 6, 2016

Celebrating the Flavors of Arkansas   Our life is busy these days. Along with working full time, I also teach Zumba two nights a week, teach Bible study on Wednesdays, my husband works odd hours, and I’m pregnant and exhausted. Getting a delicious home-cooked dinner on the table can be tough. One way I make […]

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Searcy – The Hometown of my Past

May 5, 2016

by Melinda LaFevers I grew up in Searcy, Arkansas.  I have lived in Searcy for decades.  I have seen Searcy grow from the population of less than 10,000 (13,000 when Harding College was in session) of my youth, to the current population of nearly 23,000 (30,000 during the school year).  It has more than doubled […]

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Presidents and Watermelons – a Place Called HOPE {Wordless Wednesday}

May 4, 2016

By Jodi Coffee of The Coffee House Life Jodi Coffee, who blogs at The Coffee House Life, is the mom of three beautiful and energetic little girls that ALWAYS give her something to blog about. She loves to try new things — food, travel and adventure. In her spare time…wait a minute. What is that? She enjoys […]

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Miss May 2016 – Carmella

May 3, 2016

Hi. My name is Carmella. I’m excited to represent my favorite group of women bloggers this month. Thank you to Julie at EGGS & HERBS for extending me the opportunity and for keeping me and all the other gals corralled. I started blogging in 2008. I was in a transition phase. I had recently gone […]

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Sunday Link-Up {May 1, 2016}

May 1, 2016

Come C what we R doing #ARWB #SundayLinkUp Click To Tweet  

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Kellee Mayfield: Green Smoothies {Foodie Friday}

April 29, 2016

Celebrate the Flavors of Spring Green Smoothies are the Healthy Fast Food Healthy fast food is an oxymoron, but making healthy food convenient from nutrient-dense, whole foods from home takes on a whole new meaning. My choice of healthy fast food happens to be in the form of a Green Smoothie. It’s easy to make, […]

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