If we are what we eat, Kat Robinson is made of Arkansas cuisine. The food historian, travel writer and TV host has spent a lifetime within The Natural State’s borders, from toddlerhood to teenage years to adult traveler and explorer. Now the author of Arkansas Food: The A to Z of Eating in The Natural State sits down with memories, recollections and ingredients to craft the dishes of her life.
Enjoy this volume of dishes from every era of Robinson’s life, from country breakfasts to humble desserts, wild game to
metropolitan appetizers, stews, casseroles and so many pies. Dig into Arkansas favorites such as beans and cornbread, fried chicken, catfish dinners and pot roast.
This gorgeously photographed collection of more than 140 authentic, made and shared culinary items are beautifully paired with stories from this Arkansas woman’s life, an insight into the dishes that inspired her to document and share a rich and diverse food history of an entire state