Thursday, November 29, 2012
The World is Flat. I'll step off the soap box now. Which reminds me, I was really excited to recieve some Southern Girl Soapery in my All - Arkansas gift basket from Argenta Market!
My Brother's Salsa is produced in Fayetteville, AR. Helen learned to cook with her father and eventually tweaked her brother's salsa recipe to make it her own. This company produces a wide range of salsas, including seasonal offerings.
Stutzman's Pantry is owned by an Amish family in Belleville, AR. They make an extensive line of traditional jams and jellies. The Strawberry-Jalapeno is a favorite at Argenta Market.
War Eagle Mills Products
War Eagle Mill stands proudly as the premier Ozark-based producer of whole grain organic stone ground meals, flours and mixes. Dressings, jam, spreads, and sauces are also available.
Harvey's Honey and K-Bee Honey are both managed by experienced local beekeepers in Sherwood, AR. Larry at K-Bee provides use with cream and comb honey in addition to standard liquid honey.
The Resident Chef
The Resident Chef is located in Maumelle, AR and owned by Sherri Mason. Sherri spent time working in the restaurant owned by her mother and eventually launched her company with Mom's Veggie Dip Mix inspired by her mother's recipe. She now makes a variety of dip, dessert, soup, side, and drink mixes.
Purchased by Otis and Madge Ratchford in 1952, the Ratchford farm is now operated by their son L.C. Located in Marshall, AR, it has grown to include bison, beef, pork, and fruit farming. A variety of Ratchford Farms meats are available in our freezer case.
Southern Girl Soapery
Proprietor and soapstress Stephanie Hamling started Southern Girl Soapery in October of 2012 in Little Rock, AR. The line of bar soaps utilizes plant oils and butters, botanicals, and natural clays. No artificial colors or scents are added.
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Daley Dairy is a three generation family farm located in Rose Bud, Arkansas. The cheese are made with raw milk and then vacuum sealed and aged for a minimum of 60 days to kill and bacteria and maximize taste.
Thanks SOOOO much to Stephanie, Brian, Stacey, & Kerri @ Argenta Market for having us!!! We appreciate the hospitality, and we know that everyone else will too! And to all my new blogger friends from this event, I'm so glad I got to meet you all!!
Posted by Thanh Rasico