Another Slice of Arkansas Pie: A Guide to the Best Restaurants, Bakeries, Truck Stops and Food Trucks for Delectable Bites in the Natural State
Paperback – March 28, 2018
Arkansas loves pie. Across The Natural State, from Lake Village to Gentry, Piggott to Texarkana and all points in-between, great pie can be found. Kat Robinson takes to Arkansas's highways, byways and pieways to share locations that offer the tasty dessert, from the loftiest of fine dining restaurants to the humblest of cafes, including bakeries and panaderias, antique malls, farmer's markets, food trucks, truck stops, and pie-related events.
This handy travel guide includes listings for more than 475 establishments that offer pie in Arkansas. A wide array of pies can be found within this vetted collection, alongside gorgeous full-color photography. Enjoy delectable tales of many of the eateries that offer these pastries, and stories of the unique individuals who bring them to the table. Follow pie trails through each region, or make up a pie recipe from one of these great eateries on your own, and discover why The Natural State can also be called The Pie State.
Includes 33 pie recipes and more than 400 color photographs.
About the Author
Kat Robinson is a food historian and travel writer based in Little Rock. She is the author of three previous travel dining guides: Arkansas Pie: A Delicious Slice of the Natural State (2012), Classic Eateries of the Ozarks and Arkansas River Valley (2013) and Classic Eateries of the Arkansas Delta (2014). She is also the host of the Arkansas Educational Television Network program Make Room For Pie: A Delicious Slice of The Natural State. She is a committee member of the Arkansas Food Hall of Fame and the Arkansas fellow to the Southern Food and Beverage Museum, as well as the 2011 Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism Henry Award winner for Media Support. Her work appears in regional and national publications including Food Network, Forbes Travel Guide, Serious Eats, AAA Magazines and AY Magazine, among others. While she writes on food and travel subjects throughout the United States, she is best known for her ever-expanding knowledge of Arkansas food history and restaurant culture, all of which she explores on her 1200+ article website, Tie Dye Travels (TieDyeTravels.com).