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2011 Jewish Food Festival to be May 15

2011 Jewish Food Festival to be May 15

 (LITTLE ROCK, May 13, 2011) – The Jewish Federation of Arkansas will present the 2011 Jewish Food Festival on Sunday, May 15, 2011 from 10 am - 4 pm at the River Market Pavilion. There will also be a special Jewish breakfast served at 8:20 am.

They will host a crowd of over 12,000 people.   The Festival will include traditional Jewish food as well as cultural and religious booths and entertainment.  Admission to the festival is free.  Press members are invited to attend.

Seven super foods we seldom eat

Seven super foods we seldom eat

Tired of eating the same stuff over and over? Consider adding these nutritious, delicious choices to your dining repertoire.

Jay Jackson's throwing a birthday blowout!

Jay Jackson's throwing a birthday blowout!

You're invited to Jay's Big Birthday Jam at the Fox and Hound in North Little Rock on Saturday, April 2 -- and it's a 1980's kind of night!

We're talking Jheri curls, Members Only Jackets, oversized sweaters and neon legwarmers. Our friends from Burning the Past will kick the show off at 9 pm, followed by the JJB rocking your favorite classics from the '80s. We're giving away prizes and playing games, in addition to having a charity auction to benefit Voices for Children of Pine Bluff (to help support kids in foster care).

Don't be lame! Totally come JAM with the Jay Jackson Band Saturday, April 2 at 9 pm. We're gonna party like it's 1985!

Get your taco tickets now

Get your taco tickets now

CAMDEN, Ark. - Camden Christian Academy will host its Second Annual Taco Salad Fundraiser Thursday, March 10 at 4 pm at Calvary Baptist Church.

Tickets are $10.  The deadline to purchase them is Friday, March 4.

They can be purchased by calling the school at 836-3716 or by contacting any CCA student or staff member.

Chef brings taste of Asia to Arkansas

Chef brings taste of Asia to Arkansas

CAMDEN, Ark. – Chef Peter Gelman will bring the culture and history of Vietnam to the Camden Public Library in his presentation on Vietnam’s culinary traditions, Thursday evening, February 10, at 6:30 pm. Gelman will also bring with him some tasty samples of his Vietnamese cooking! The presentation is a community event of the Camden Conference; the topic this year is “The Challenges of Asia.” The event is free and open to all.

Chef Peter Gelman, of Cappy’s Restaurant in Camden, will show how Vietnam’s history and culinary traditions have influenced one another, creating a culture of remarkable richness and beauty. Spicing his presentation with fascinating trivia concerning the evolution of Vietnamese food and cooking, Chef Gelman will have samples of Vietnamese food to try.