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Never thought I'd See the Day

 I have heard people talk about a local restuarant called Hammontree that serves grilled cheese.  I am NOT a sandwhich girl AT ALL.  But I can tolerate a warm sandwhich.  I went there last week with my friends Kelly and Sharon.  When they suggested it, I was not too excited.  But, I knew it would not hurt me to skip out on a few calories.  WELL,  HELLO!  Talk about good!!!!!  LOVED EVERYTHING about the place!!!!  Loved the location, loved the atmosphere, loved the fast service AND  I LOVED THE FOOD!!!!!!!!!  I ordered the Turkey Burkey.  It is sourdough bread, smokehouse tukey and white cheese.  WOW!  I also had the crawfish bisque which was super.  They serve each sandwhich with Ruffles and a dill pickle.

We went back as a fmily on Saturday for lunch!  The whole family is a fan.  If you are around the NWA area, you have to check this place out!  It won't disappoint.

NOW we are trapped at home with ice. sleet and snow.  (but I have my leftover Hammontree)

Comments

A.K.W. said…
Sounds delicious, love all kinds of sandwiches though!

Amy
Tracy said…
Oh, that looks yummy!
Tara G. said…
What is up with AR weather!?! We're iced in, too, and those sandwiches sound SO good!
Angie said…
Yummy! That looks like a great sandwich!
I am so happy you loved hammontrees. And I never thought i would see the day when you would go there and like it. Maybe you will like chicken salad after all.

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