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Game audience tries meats, lasers at Pine Bluff dinner

About 150 pounds of wildlife was donated to the annual Taste of Wildlife supper held Feb. 7 at Pine Bluff Country Club. With that bounty, chef Jamie McAfee — with the help of some purchased quail and frog legs — created a gourmet spread for a sold-out crowd of about 200 people.

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  • Headline: Game audience tries meats, lasers at Pine Bluff dinner
  • Publication: High Profile, Pages 40 on 02/16/2014
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