St. Louis Food Blog Digest: 9.12-9.18


Gut Check dishes on our favorite St. Louis food blogs.

Cupcake Project: Stefani returned with Rosh Hashana apple cider donuts with honey glaze, and monkey bread cupcakes served with a side of very cute new baby.

Sugar, Spice and More Things Nice: Rachel interviewed dietitian and diabetes educator Michelle Preston.

Slow Food St. Louis: The organization's holding a name-your-price membership drive in September, and promoting a University of Missouri Extension program for aspiring farmers.

STL Hops: Mike reported that Jerad was bringing a mystery cask from Arcadia Brewing Co. to The Stable, but it exploded in transit.

Iron Stef: Stefanie introduced Skank Ham and her pie.

Sounding My Barbaric Gulp: Kelly made Chicken Liver Toasts.

Show Me Vegan: Lisa made Tempeh Sloppy Joes.

A Veggie Venture: Alanna made Rosemary Potatoes.

Adventures in Eating Locally: Kimberley explores the USDA's new definition of "natural" in meat labeling.

Sauce: Katie broke news of new diners - City Diner #2 in Grand Center and 12th Street Diner downtown. Cat reported Austrian glassware company Riedel is working with the Missouri Wine and Grape Board to create perfect glass for Norton.

Feast: Stephen Schenkenberg shares his favorite wine book and websites.

St. Louis Eats and Drinks: Joe and Ann visited Grapevine Grill in Coffman, Missouri.

Off the Menu: Pat Jacoby of Highland, Illinois, won "The Ultimate Cake-Off" on The Learning Channel. Ruth Reichl and Gale Gand are coming to town in October.

Do you know a St. Louis food blog we should read? Do you write one yourself? Drop us a line.


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