A few days in Arkansas

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RE: A few days in Arkansas 2009/02/07 22:07:24 (permalink)
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Good start so far. What a difference 3 1/2 years makes. The pork bbq sandwich at Neely's looked normal when I was there. None of that fancy schmancy tower stuff.


BB, I finally remembered to read this and I agree with WJ... mine looked better and no hard bun!

Of course, my Neeley's experience still ranks up there, but has been surpassed by my two Ridgewood visits. Mmmmmmmmmm.

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RE: A few days in Arkansas 2009/02/07 22:12:15 (permalink)
p.s. What the heck is hummingbird pie...?????

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RE: A few days in Arkansas 2009/02/07 22:26:07 (permalink)
Finally, great report... and fwiw that bridge by War Eage Mill sure reminds me of a bridge in the movie 'Elizabethtown'...

This was a treat to read. Mmmm mmmm good.

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RE: A few days in Arkansas 2009/02/07 22:35:48 (permalink)
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p.s. What the heck is hummingbird pie...?????

http://www.foodtimeline.org/foodcakes.html#hummingbird

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RE: A few days in Arkansas 2009/02/08 01:24:12 (permalink)
cecif, I sure agree with you about the Ridgewood. I've eaten there a number of times, and I loooooovvve that Q. The restaurant's setting is really neat too; back in a "holler" tucked up against a hill. Great scenery to go with superior BBQ.
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RE: A few days in Arkansas 2009/02/09 00:24:20 (permalink)
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p.s. What the heck is hummingbird pie...?????

http://www.foodtimeline.org/foodcakes.html#hummingbird


Thanks TJ

That's the cake, I guess the pie has some similar ingredients?
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Re:A few days in Arkansas 2012/06/23 14:55:11 (permalink)
I have always liked Gene's in Brinkley but I saw a pretty mean review recently that I disagree with.  I will stop by again next time I pass through Brinkley. 
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Re:A few days in Arkansas 2012/06/26 07:59:44 (permalink)
Littleman-
I have only made it to Gene's BBQ once and it was for breakfast.  Still haven't tried the bbq, yet.  If and when you make it back, please let us know what you think.
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