Food

Courtesy / Maudie Schmitt

Maudie Schmitt, owner of Cafe Rue Orleans in Fayetteville, competed in the first episode of Supermarket Stakeout Tuesday night on Food Network. She stopped by our studios to talk about her experience on the show.

The Roots Festival is more than just music. As the 2019 edition approaches, we find out more about the chefs and food expected to take over Northwest Arkansas later this month.

Today we are joined by Richard Emms, who is part of the group Food Recycling Solutions, as well as  Micheal Kraus, from a group known as Food Loops. They are here to talk to us about how to better utilize the food waste around us.

Courtesy / Center for Governmental Research

A new, online interactive map and accompanying report assembled from research done by the Center for Governmental Research, which was funded by the Walmart Foundation, shows users food outlets throughout Benton and Washington Counties.

Courtesy, Paul K. Logsdon

For millenia food has seen dramatic shifts from cultivation to preparation. Because food and eating are intertwined in the human experience, it only makes sense that it travels from our plate to our art. 

This year the Fayetteville Roots Festival focused more intently on food, with added culinary-centered events and chefs getting equal billing as performers. 

The Walmart NW Arkansas Championship returns to Rogers next week. The LPGA tournament features various community events including BITE NW Arkansas, a three-day food festival that highlights local restaurants like Saiwok Vietnamese Street Food.

Margot Pollans, faculty director at Pace-NRDC Food Law Initiative, recently came to the University of Arkansas campus. During her visit, she came to the Anthony and Susan Hui News Studio to talk about the growing opportunities involved with food safety, food policy and food law.

courtesy / Edible Ozarkansas

Much of the fall edition of Edible Ozarkansas focuses on the art of cheesemaking. Editor Amanda Cothren gives us details on the latest edition, and featured cheesemaker Kent Walker talks about getting his start making cheese, how mold is good for cheese, and about what exactly a "cheese cave" is.

Dorothy Hall, instagram @simplyonearth

Gardens in the Ozarks are not yet done providing produce. Professional chef Dorothy Hall gives us proof with the latest community supported agriculture box from Dripping Springs Garden. Ozarkansas Fresh is presented in partnership with Edible Ozarkansas.

Ozarkansas Fresh #19: Fall Freshness and Hobo Pouches

Sep 23, 2016
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Chef Dorothy Hall with this week's OzarkansasFresh, which features the first official fall produce.  This segment is brought to you in partnership with Edible Ozarkansas, and with thanks to Dripping Springs Garden.

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