The Food of the 2014 Taste of St. Louis

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The Cup's Confetti cupcake. | Caroline Yoo
  • The Cup's Confetti cupcake. | Caroline Yoo

The first Taste of St. Louis out in Chesterfield seemed to be a big success. No matter where you live in the metro area, it's hard to resist dozens of the best restaurants, a chef competition and some Food Network celebrities. The main thing, though, is still the food, and we took lots of yummy photos for your viewing pleasure. You can view the full slideshow here, but continue on for some of our favorites.

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Mac & cheese from Bishop's Post. | Caroline Yoo
  • Mac & cheese from Bishop's Post. | Caroline Yoo
The fried Philly roll from Drunken Fish. | Caroline Yoo
  • The fried Philly roll from Drunken Fish. | Caroline Yoo
General Tso's chicken from Hot Wok. | Caroline Yoo
  • General Tso's chicken from Hot Wok. | Caroline Yoo
The cheeseburger at Bishop's Post. | Caroline Yoo
  • The cheeseburger at Bishop's Post. | Caroline Yoo
Strawberry ice cream from Oberweis Dairy. | Caroline Yoo
  • Strawberry ice cream from Oberweis Dairy. | Caroline Yoo
Chicken samosas at Anis Hyderabad House. | Caroline Yoo
  • Chicken samosas at Anis Hyderabad House. | Caroline Yoo
Thai glass noodles from Mandalay Asian Cuisine. | Caroline Yoo
  • Thai glass noodles from Mandalay Asian Cuisine. | Caroline Yoo
Ribs from Rib City. | Caroline Yoo
  • Ribs from Rib City. | Caroline Yoo

Gut Check is always hungry for tips and feedback. E-mail the author at Nancy.Stiles@RiverfrontTimes.com.

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