St. Louis Food Blog Digest: 1.16-1.22


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

STL Bites: Bill applauded The Good Pi for donating 100% of a day's profits to Haitian earthquake relief.

Bruno's Dream: Bruno gave a behind-the-scenes tour of Volpi.

Slow Food St. Louis: Eight-year-old Lucy wrote a bit about The Parker Ranch.

Adventures in Eating Locally: In keeping with her resolution to blog more in 2010, Kimberly shared info on winter farmers markets and urban homesteading.

Off the Menu: Joe pondered the interest in a downtown farmer's market, announced the reopening of an expanded Eckert's and shared predictions from the Fancy Food Trade Show.

STL Hops: Mike had info about Schlafly's annual Burns Night, a cask of Schalfly Dry-Hopped APA at Bigelo's Bistro and the winners of iTap's Pick Five contest.

Feast: George had news about a possible new iTap location and shared his monthly roundup of openings and closings.

Sauce shared news about The Vino Gallery, Olive Street Smokehouse and Ray Hill's Brewhouse.

Sounding My Barbaric Gulp: Kelly made Bittersweet Chocolate Tart with Pretzel Crust.

A Veggie Venture: Alanna made Homemade Vegetable Bouillon.

Cupcake Project: Stef made little volcanoes.

FamilyStyle Food: Karen made New World Vegetables with Cilantro-Lime Quinoa.

One Hot Stove: Nupur made Thai-Spiced Mushroom Noodle Soup and Crispy Dosa.

Show Me Vegan: Lisa made Banh Mi with Lemongrass Tofu.

Sugar, Spice, and More Things Nice: Rachel made Greek Spaghetti

St. Louis Eats and Drinks: The Pollacks dined at Haveli and tested some mail-order cake.

Local Harvest now has brown rice from Martin Rice Company.

St. Louis Meal Deals: Karin had deals from SuperSmokers and Serendipity.

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


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