Taylor’s Steakhouse Joins Statewide Agriculture Food Campaign
Soybean producers educate Arkansans about the soybean industry through local restaurant partnerships
The Arkansas Soybean Promotion Board’s educational food program, the Kitchen|Fields Table Tour, has collaborated with Taylor’s Steakhouse in Dumas. During the month of April, Taylor’s is serving a feature dish to promote the Arkansas soybean industry. The Kitchen|Fields Table Tour encourages Arkansans to eat more soy foods and soy-fed protein, such as pork, beef, turkey and chicken.
Taylor’s is serving a dry rubbed, aged in house bone-in ribeye for the featured dish. Stop in, order it through the month of April, and learn how Arkansas’s soybean farmers are making an impact on the beef industry in the state.
“Our steaks are known throughout the state and the Mid-South, the beef we serve consumes soybean meal as a major component in its diet. We’re especially proud to be a part of this program to educate our patrons about the impact of our soybean industry, which is a major economic driver in our area,” said Pam Taylor, owner of Taylor’s Stekahouse.
The Kitchen|Fields Table Tour exclusively collaborated with six restaurants across the state in 2017. During each restaurants’ monthly feature, they will serve a unique dish with soybean elements. Through the table tour, the Arkansas Soybean Promotion Board continues to educate and make Arkansans aware of the impact they have on our state’s $2 billion soybean industry.
The partner restaurants and feature schedule for the 2017 Kitchen|Fields Table Tour includes:
- Trio’s Restaurant, Little Rock: January
- J Town’s Grill, Jonesboro: February
- La Petite Cajun Bistro, Stuttgart: March
- Taylor’s Steakhouse, Dumas: April
- Tusk & Trotter American Brasserie, Bentonville: May
- Brave New Restaurant, Little Rock: June
Foodies around Arkansas can find more information on the program, including facts on our soybean industry by visiting TheMiracleBean.com.
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About the Arkansas Soybean Promotion Board: The Arkansas Soybean Promotion Board consists of soybean producers appointed by the Governor and nominated by various producer organizations within Arkansas. Although board members contribute many hours of their time to administering the program, they serve without pay.