We've said it before, and we'll say it again: Instagram was practically made for pictures of food. Gut Check has rounded up our favorite foodie accounts in St. Louis, but there are so many cool photos every week, we wanted to share what St. Louis' best chefs, bartenders and eaters are Instagramming. If you see a good one, send it to us!
1. Persimmons at Yellowtree Farm
This is why people love farm-to-table. Just look at that!
A photo posted by Justin Leszcz (@yellowtreefarm) on
2. Josh Galliano's Berger Bluff parsnip soup
This soup is all autumn. We can already feel it warming our bellies.
A photo posted by Josh Galliano (@joshgalliano) on
3. French toast at Rooster South Grand
Now this is a breakfast.
A photo posted by We Eat Stuff (@weeatstuffstl) on
4. Fig leaves at Dirty Girl Farms.
To be made into ice cream and a tincture.
A photo posted by anne l. lehman (@dirtygirlfarms) on
5. Whitefish from Niche
Now we know what happened to that beautiful fish from last week...
A photo posted by Bmansuniverse (@bmansuniverse) on
6. Atlantic skate wing at the Crossing
A perfect November dish.
A photo posted by The Crossing, Acero Ristorante (@thecrossingstl) on
7. Winter Wheat Ale at Main & Mill Brewery
This Festus craft brewery isn't open yet, but Instagrams like this are making it hard to wait.
A photo posted by Main & Mill Brewing Co. (@mainandmillbrew) on
8. Caramel apple pie doughnut at Strange Donuts
Move over, apple pie.
A photo posted by Strange Donuts (@strangedonuts) on
9. Rick Lewis at Peacemaker
Not only are the lobsters at Peacemaker delicious, we love how supportive the St. Louis culinary community is.
A photo posted by RickJLewis1 (@rickjlewis1) on
10. The pizza line at Pastaria
It's a well-oiled machine.
A photo posted by Spencer Pernikoff (@whiskeyandsoba) on
Gut Check is always hungry for tips and feedback. E-mail the author at Nancy.Stiles@RiverfrontTimes.com.
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