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Tweet Beat: The week’s best tweets from STL foodies

March 2nd 10:03am, 2012

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Farmhauseric 
Wrestling season is over. So I’m starting my first full shift I’m the kitchen today. Excited to learn from our kitchen staff and get better

GerardFCraft 
Did you ever think that you would see this in the kitchen at the Today Show?! Go Missouri! pic.twitter.com/WQk6f2ap

dhmeyer 
@GerardFCraft Glad you’re enjoying @themodernnyc. Congrats on your well-deserved Beard nomination!

Dalebo 
The parking garage at school smells like a brewery. Start of a good day?

bissingers 
#HappyNationalPancakeDay We recommend trying yours with some of our gourmet chocolate chips. ow.ly/9kWZF

CakefrBreakfast 
For a minute I thought I could give up coffee for lent. Then grad school weekend happened. No good. #bgsuemod

mcharcuterie 
My car smells like crab rangoon.

shooter_mcgavic
I must be rubbing off on the folks in my office. Apparently we’re all going to @iTAPCfield after work #frequentflyer

maddie_em 
My love of Flamin Hot Cheetos makes me wonder if I was a 16 yr old boy in another life. #sohot

STLRD2Be 
Easter candy is out…too early to indulge in a Reese’s PB egg? I think not.

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By Meera Nagarajan

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One Response to “Tweet Beat: The week’s best tweets from STL foodies”

  1. Norris Eimer Says:
    March 15th, 2012 at 1:27 pm

    The craft beer revolution has been great so far. Hope to see it continue strong for years to come.

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