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Keisha Pittman {Back in my day}

September 6, 2014

By Keisha Pittman of When I thought about “back in my day”, I thought about some of the amazing pieces of advice that I’ve received over the years.  You know the kind – “uphill both ways to school” or “I would have never gotten away with that” or the illustrious “that kind of thing never [...]

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Tasty 10-Minute Chicken Salad {Foodie Friday}

September 5, 2014

By Laurie Marshall of JunqueRethunque Several years ago we began cutting wheat out of our son’s diet, so the typical sandwich solutions for lunches and snacks were right out. I wanted to come up with some quick and tasty options, and this chicken salad has become a favorite go-to. It’s even easy enough to whip [...]

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#AWBU 2014 Celebrating Local Flavor with Riceland Foods

September 3, 2014

@RicelandFoods Riceland on Facebook Arkansas Women Bloggers wishes to express its genuine gratitude for the strong support of and sponsorship by Riceland Foods for #AWBU.  We are extremely proud of our association with this Arkansas-based company.  Did you know that Arkansas ranks 1st in the nation in rice production, producing close to 50 percent of the [...]

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Honoring Heritage {Wordless Wednesday}

September 3, 2014

By Kayla Shown-Dean author of Muted Kayla I. Shown-Dean has published her first novel, Muted. She is also a blogger and regular contributor to shortfictionbreak.com. Kayla is also a member of White County Creative Writers, and she attends the annual Writer’s Retreat at the Hemingway-Pfeiffer Museum. In addition to writing, Kayla has a full-time job [...]

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Miss September 2014 – Alicia Dowell

September 1, 2014

Hey y’all! Alicia Dowell here from Simple Words by A. I have the honor of being the September blogger of the month. It was a complete shock when the email arrived. I had to read it again a couple of times. I grew up in southwest Arkansas middle daughter of three. College was at Southern Arkansas [...]

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Sunday Link Up {August 31, 2014}

August 31, 2014

  Come join me for #ARWB #SundayLinkUp.Click To TweetPowered By CoSchedule

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Cheddar Rice Souffle with Riceland Rice {Foodie Friday}

August 29, 2014

 By Talya Boerner of Grace Grits and Gardening Cheddar Rice Souffle from @GraceGrits w/ @Riceland rice. So delicious! #ARWB #AWBU2014Click To TweetPowered By CoSchedule In the early 1980s, I loaded all my belongings in my yellow corvette (for realz) and headed to Texas. Moving was simple when my belongings consisted of clothes and a bulky [...]

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Embracing the Unexpected {Local Flavor}

August 28, 2014

by Sarah Shotts of Sarah Shott’s Storytelling This week I visited the Rogers Farmer’s Market with my heart set on finding fresh strawberries & rhubarb so I could share my Strawberry Rhubarb Crumble recipe here with you. But you can’t shop with a grocery list at a Farmer’s Market. I knew better, but I couldn’t help [...]

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#AWBU 2014 Local Flavor with Arkansas Grown

August 27, 2014

 @ARFB @arkansasgrown Arkansas Women Bloggers thanks Arkansas Grown and Arkansas Farm Bureau for its strong support of #ARWB and #AWBU2014. Thanks for your support of #AWBU2014 & #ARWB @arkansas_grown! Click To TweetPowered By CoSchedule

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Local Flavor {Wordless Wednesday}

August 27, 2014

By Jacqueline Wolven of jacquelinewolven.com

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