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Looking for a Weeknight Date Night Idea? Come to Crystal Bridges.
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Looking for a Weeknight Date Night Idea? Come to Crystal Bridges.

At the Museum Culinary

Now through September 27, enjoy free admission to Crystal Bridges at 10 on Wednesday-Friday evenings, along with happy hour in Eleven!

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Home {Cookin'} for the Holidays: Chef William
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Home {Cookin'} for the Holidays: Chef William

Culinary
We love the idea of taking a special, sneak peek into the personal family narratives of the chefs who create such a public experience for the guests and staff of…
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A DISH Best Served
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A DISH Best Served

Culinary

Last August, Paula Jo Chitty Henry, co-founder of Crepes Paulette in Bentonville, was the featured guest at DISH. Following the tradition, she hand-washed guests with rosewater, and as people took…

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Home {Cookin’} for the Holidays: Case Dighero
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Home {Cookin’} for the Holidays: Case Dighero

Culinary
Ingredients: 2 cups whipping cream 1/2 cup whole milk 6 ounces semisweet chocolate, chopped 6 large egg yolks 1/3 cup sugar   For the Shaken Cream: 1 1/2 cups whipping…
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Home {Cookin’} for the Holidays: Chef Melody
Casserole in baking dish surrounded by fresh herbs

Home {Cookin’} for the Holidays: Chef Melody

Culinary
1 Box Spaghetti, cooked 2 cups Golden Raisins 4 cups Red Sauce (your favorite store-bought) 1 cup Romano Cheese, grated 1 cup Bread Crumbs 2 tablespoons Garlic, Minced 1 tablespoon…
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Praise Cornbread – Crescent Dragonwagon
Cornbread in cast iron skillet

Praise Cornbread – Crescent Dragonwagon

Culinary
People are passionate about their cornbread; and according to famed cookbook writer, Crescent Dragonwagon, “the only correct cornbread is the cornbread you grew up with…”  I concur, being that I’ve…
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Have a Chokecherry…and a Smile
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Have a Chokecherry…and a Smile

Culinary
If you’re looking for something new to bring to the holiday dinner table this season, look no further than the chokecherry, also known as bitter-berry or Prunus virginiana, if you…
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Brussels Sprouts, Bacon, and Beer, Oh My!
Fresh Brussel sprouts in large pot

Brussels Sprouts, Bacon, and Beer, Oh My!

Culinary
Fess up:  are you one of the many sufferers from an irrational fear of Brussels sprouts? Well, fear no more, valiant eater!  Eleven's chefs have come up with a recipe that combines this oft-avoided,…
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Attack of the Summer Zucchini (Pickles)
Fresh zucchini by jars of pickled zucchini

Attack of the Summer Zucchini (Pickles)

Culinary
Ah, zucchini, that delightful, fresh flavor of summer!  We love it!  And yet, as the season peaks, sometimes we gardeners find ourselves with Giant Killer Zucchinis coming out of our... gardens…
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Thelma and Louise
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Thelma and Louise

Architecture Culinary Nature & Outdoor
Are you familiar with Thelma and Louise?  No, not the 1991 film starring Susan Sarandon and Geena Davis.  I'm talking about Crystal Bridges' version. Thelma and Louise are  two particular trees on…
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Attack of the Summer Tomato
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Attack of the Summer Tomato

Culinary
Generally around this time in the summer, home gardeners are looking for creative ways to use the glut of home-grown tomatoes.  Look no further!  Eleven's Chefs present two delicious ways to…
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