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Moonshine.





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I don't think the NW Arkansas area really has any notable foods of its own. The metroplex is too young to really have a culinary identity or be known for any culinary specialties like the older, bigger cities.

It just sits at a crossroad of various regional cuisines, and has adopted quite a few of them.

BBQ is a big deal here, with a blend of Texas-style and Memphis-style BBQ, alongside other stuff like traditional Southern food in general, Cajun food that has migrated up from Louisiana, a large authentic Mexican and Tex-Mex influence, etc.
 
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I really love good Mexican food, so of course I live in Wyoming. I did go to college in Tucson, where there’s an embarrassment of great Mexican restaurants.


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Moon Pies and Little Debbie snack cakes. But I’m not sure they really qualify as “food”!
 
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Moon Pies and Little Debbie snack cakes. But I’m not sure they really qualify as “food”!


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Dungeness Crab, the best crab.
 
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