LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (Jan.5, 2018) – Start your 2018 taste buds off right with The Butcher Shop’s take on soybeans. As part of the Arkansas Soybean Promotion Board’s Kitchen|Fields Table Tour, January’s featured dish won’t come from The Butcher Shop’s well-seasoned grill, but its oven. Showing support for Arkansas soybean producers, this Little Rock staple is rolling out a one-of-a-kind option to its already revolving door of choices: white chocolate chip macadamia nut cookie dough cheesecake.
Collaborating exclusively with Arkansas-owned restaurants, the Arkansas Soybean Promotion Board’s Kitchen|Fields Table Tour educates consumers by word of mouth. Beginning in January and running through June, a featured restaurant will serve up soybeans in a unique way. The educational food program allows diners to experience the many ways to eat this versatile bean, and to learn of the impact our soybean farmers have on Arkansas’s $2 billion soybean industry.
The partner restaurants for the 2018 Kitchen|Fields Table Tour include:
- The Butcher Shop, Little Rock: January
- The Hive, Bentonville: February
- Postmaster’s Grill, Camden: March
- Three Fold Noodles + Dumpling Co., Little Rock: April
- J Town’s Grill, Jonesboro: May
With each restaurant’s featured dish, the Arkansas Soybean Promotion Board encourages Arkansans to eat more soy foods and soy-fed protein, such as pork, beef, turkey and chicken. Foodies around the state can find more information on the program, including facts about our soybean industry, by visiting TheMiracleBean.com.
Tucked in between Shackleford and Chenal Parkway, The Butcher Shop, a Little Rock staple for more than 30 years, boasts tremendous steaks, fair prices and a comfortable atmosphere. Perfect for date night or an evening with family and friends, The Butcher Shop’s menu features hand-cut steaks, slow-roasted prime rib, pasta, fish, chicken and one-of-a-kind desserts.
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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.