Cuisine: An Interactive Performance by America’s Favorite “Mission Impossible” Chef

By |October 17th, 2018|CUISINE|

Chef Robert Irvine is used to taking on impossible tasks. After all, making the possible from the impossible has been the focus of his popular Food Network series, Dinner: Impossible and Restaurant: Impossible. That said, it’s no surprise Irvine is up [...]

Cuisine: Tricky Eats

By |October 12th, 2018|CUISINE|

Sugar skulls decorated for the Day of the Dead are easily found at Mexican bakeries along Cherokee Street photo by Suzanne Corbett By Suzanne Corbett Trick or treat! October’s rallying cry brings a smile to my face. And [...]

Cuisine: Fall Picks for Seasonal Eats with Theatrics

By |October 11th, 2018|CUISINE|

Pork medallions with maple Dijon sauce, a featured plate at Cafe at the Rep photo courtesy Llywelyn's Catering Fall brings a bounty of new sensory sensations ripe for foodies and theater patrons to harvest.  The fancy to the unfussy [...]

Raging Skillet: The Season-Opener at The New Jewish Theatre

By |September 24th, 2018|COMMUNITY, CUISINE|

The New Jewish Theatre is serving up an opening entrée to its 21st season with a tasty adaptation of celebrity Chef Rossi’s autobiographical memoir, Raging Skillet – equal parts book launch, cooking demonstration, heaping helping of comedy, and a side of Jewish [...]

Chef Conversations: River City Casino’s Pierpaolo Pittia & Seth Verseman

By |September 20th, 2018|CUISINE|

By Suzanne Corbett River City Casino chefs Seth Verseman and Pierpaolo Pittia Winning big at any casino is never guaranteed - unless you’re off the gaming floor and at a dining table at either River City Casino & [...]

Amazing Fall Adventures

By |September 18th, 2018|CUISINE|

By Suzanne Corbett Acres of corn at Brookdale Farms in Eureka, Missouri, are transformed each fall into St. Louis County’s largest corn mazes. Photo courtesy of Brookdale Farms Summer is winding down, and farmers are expecting another amazing fall, [...]

Cuisine: Celebrate Fall with a Bang and a Toast!

By |September 14th, 2018|CUISINE|

By Suzanne Corbett Pyromania Cedar Lakes Cedars knows the best way to end summer and to welcome fall is with a bang. That bang is made by two hours of fireworks, preceeded with wine, food and music at its annual [...]

Cuisine: Nibbles & Nosh August 2018

By |August 16th, 2018|CUISINE|

By Candice Coleman School is back in session…and we could literally write a book on how some of our favorite eateries spent their summer vacations. Needless to say, there was no rest in these restaurants. Edgewild's donut holes [...]

Cuisine: Hungry for School

By |August 2nd, 2018|CUISINE|

Students sampling and sipping during a Dierbergs cooking class. Photo by Suzanne Corbett By Suzanne Corbett Contrary to the calendar and conventional thinking, the New Year doesn’t begin on Jan. 1 - at least for those in the [...]

Cuisine: Nibbles & Nosh July 2018

By |July 17th, 2018|CUISINE|

By Candice Coleman The Brass Rail's Scott Ellinger and his Thanksgiving helpers We’ve all heard of Christmas in July promotions, but Thanksgiving? You may recall, The Brass Rail Steakhouse in O’Fallon, Missouri, provided more than 7,000 people in [...]

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