Our Fall Foodie Bucket List

Posted on September 23, 2014 by Georgeanne Yehling | 5 Comments

It's fall, y'all!

And we've come up with the ultimate fall activity list for foodies and non-foodies alike! We've got a free printable & image to pin so you can experience the autumn season like it's meant to be done!



Wondering how you might knock a couple of these off the list? Here are just a few suggestions:

Make chili - Make sure to be at Eggshells on October 4th for Chili Fights in the Heights, where Arkansas's best & brightest amateur chili cooks gather in our beloved Heights neighborhood to put their chili to the test. Who has the best chili in Little Rock? You can be one of the judges--simply purchase a chili tasting kit (with all proceeds benefiting an Arkansas charity) and help decide!

Go to the State Fair - Some of the most interesting culinary treats can be found at the Arkansas State Fair, October 10th-19th, which is celebrating its 75th year!

Bake cornbread - Think your cornbread recipe is a winner? The Arkansas Cornbread Festival on November 8th gives you the chance to show off! Y'all. There's categories for traditional, non-traditional, side dishes-- and lots of prize money. And last year's winners got featured in Food Network magazine. It's time for you to get in on the action. Registration closes October 10th!

Roast a chicken - Ready to tackle roasting a chicken? Stop by the store, get our fool-proof recipe for the perfect roast chicken, and make sure you've got a good roasting pan to do it. We've got your hook-up!

What's your favorite fall activity? Did we forget anything that screams 'fall' to you?  Leave us a comment below!

 

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Balaji
Balaji

June 17, 2015

Did you know you have asked this question under gemernvont and politics? I haven’t checked, but there could be a better place for this question, maybe hobbies ?But,most military do not use pocket knives for everything .For one thing, these may be considered as a weapon, and get you can get arrested in some places, not just on airplanes, but on military posts for carrying a knife.Military types train with weapons, but aren’t allowed to carry them, just anywhere. They are kept under lock and key, except when going into combat, or training.

Lori T.
Lori T.

September 26, 2014

I plan on doing the whole list! Everything. I love autumn!

Julie
Julie

September 25, 2014

That looks like a great list!

Kaylin@EnticingHealthyEating
Kaylin@EnticingHealthyEating

September 24, 2014

I definitely plan on making caramel apples this year!

Jeanetta
Jeanetta

September 24, 2014

I have a pumpkin beef stew that i love to fix every fall. Can’t wait.

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