St. Louis Food Blog Digest 10.23-10.30

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

Cupcake Project: Stefani conquered a vampire with garlic cupcakes and chocolate-covered garlic, and then got witchy. She also shared Bride and Groom 3.0's first video review.

Iron Stef: Stephanie partied with her mushroom-growing uncle.

Show Me Vegan: Lisa used the Whole Foods app to veganize a red curry chicken.

STL Hops: Mike recommended getting Avery's duganA while you can and encouraged craft beer fans to get products to St. Louis. He also shared tales from his Colorado brewery tours.

St. Louis Eats and Drinks: Joe and Ann visited Ranoush and sang the praises of Gulfport, Mississippi.

Off the Menu: Joe reported that Larry Forgione will be featured at the 2009 James Beard Foundation Dinner and Auction and firefighters are opening a grill in Lafayette Square.

Feast: George reported that Tim Grandinetti will take the helm at Overlook Farm.

Sauce: Sara reported on Friday's appearance by cook book author Lucinda Scala Quinn and ITap's Hoosier Halloween Party and November 9th meatfest Carnivorale at Eclipse.

Local Harvest is taking orders for Thanksgiving turkeys.

Dinner With Julie: Karen made French Spice Cake.

One Hot Stove: Nupur made Chocolate Cherry Granola and updated 7-Layer Dip.

St. Louis Meal Deals: KMCA shared lunch specials at The Post, hookah lounge prices,  Bristol's prix-fixe offerings and Halloween deals.

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

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