St. Louis Food Blog Digest: 12.12-12.18


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

Sounding My Barbaric Gulp: Kelly continued her December blogging rampage with recipes for Ginger Oatmeal Rum Raisin Cookies, Cookie Dough Brownies and Cafe Volcano Cookies. She also relived her meeting with Ruth Reichl via Cacio e Pepe, drank eggnog while trimming the tree and, most importantly, promoted Menu for Hope 6 to benefit the UN World Food Programme.

The Cheesemonger's Wife: Annie's out of school and playing blog catch-up with Fromage Fort and Pimento Cheese. Also, she sang the praises of Culture Magazine.

A Veggie Venture: Alanna made Swedish Potato Sausage.

Cupcake Project: Stefani turned Panetonne into cupcakes.

FamilyStyle Food
: Karen made Lemon Pine Nut Biscotti.

Iron Stef: Stephanie made Sweet Potato Chipotle Enchiladas.

One Hot Stove: Nupur made Cabbage Okra Stir-Fry, a pair of dinner tarts, Potato-Sweet Potato Latkes and Poha Idli.

Local Harvest introduced some new vegan fare.

Off the Menu: Joe had lots of pizza news with the opening of the third Pi and news of new Dewey's and JJ Twigs. He also relived the milestones of the past decade.

STL Hops: Mike shared news on a Schlafly Reserve vertical tasting, the beer list at the latest Pi and big holiday beers at Square One.

Feast: George reported on David Bailey's next venture, updated the list of openings and closings and gave a look into Mia Rosa's weekly transformation into late-night diner.

Sauce: Katie sang the praises of Pi CWE's Matthew Squared dessert and cocktail duo and reported the opening of Peel in Edwardsville, while Brian reported VegaDeli's expansion and a new coffee house in South City.    

St. Louis Eats and Drinks: The Pollacks reviewed NYC's 11 Madison Park.

St. Louis Meal Deals: KMCA explained FoodieSTL's discount program and Van Goghz' Wednesday filet deal.

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


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