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Mar 19, 2018
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Fixations: April 2017

From a magical burn cure to a decadent amaro, here’s what’s at the top of our shopping list right now.

Ice Cream: Ten to try

The best house-made scoops of summer

Fixations: May 2016

From heirloom seeds to decadent marshmallow pies, here’s what’s at the top of our shopping list right now.

Fixations: January 2016

From secret stashes of coffee to über creamy cheese, here’s what’s at the top of our shopping list right now.

9 Rum Drinks to Try

Rum is making its way into seemingly every cocktail around town, summon your inner Jack Sparrow and enjoy one last sweet sip of summer

Fixations July 2015

From a hipster apron to a salt snob’s companion, here’s what’s at the top of our shopping list right now.

The List 2015

20 dishes, drinks, faces & places we love

A Guide to the St. Louis Beer Drinker

Here are the beer sippers we’ve spotted in our travels through the River City’s beer scene.

Best Beer Buys

Here’s what’s at the top of our (beer) shopping list right now.

Fixations March 2015

From decadent cheese to healthy chips, here’s what’s at the top of our shopping list right now.

One-Up Potluck

6 dishes – and 1 drink – to destroy the competition

Grains that Pop

Brown and wild rice used to be exotic, while ancient grains like quinoa and amaranth were all but unknown. Now they practically rain from the sky

Fixations: August 2014

This month, we’re all about pie. Whether you’re making it or simply enjoying the results, be sure to stock up on the essentials. Here’s the gear at the top of our shopping list right now

10 to Try

From the city to St. Charles, these 10 pies are worth the drive

Four Seasons of Pie

Whether it’s time to crank up the furnace and huddle inside, or swap out the blankets for bikinis, think of pie crust as a blank canvas, begging to be painted with the colors and flavors of everything

Fixations July 2014

It’s summer, and it’s time to play – whether with a Strange Donuts video game, a coffee-inspired skateboard or a sharp, new kitchen toy. Here are the products at the top of our shopping list right now

By Popular Demand

7 restaurant favorites you can make at home

Fixations May 2014

We’ve been stuffing our faces with pasta, cheese, chips and chocolate while lying on the couch reading foodie lit. Here are the products that got us to this gluttonous state.

Umami Boosters

Ready to reach that fifth taste? Start by grabbing the same brands area chefs trust to deliver the umami oomph they crave.

All Gold Everything

Mr. T, Liberace and Trinidad Jame$ have nothing on us when it comes to our love of gold. Whether it has a little flourish or it’s fully gilded, each of these luxe products stands out and shines hard

Holiday Guide 2013: Gifts for the Boozehound

Whatever the challenges you face, here’s how you can raise the bar – literally – on gifting your favorite boozehound

Holiday Guide 2013: A Cookie Carol

Holiday baking hits a high note

Holiday Guide 2013: The Obligatory Gift

Gift giving is an art – like making balloon animals or soufflés. One misstep, and everyone’s deflated. This list will help you find the perfect gift for people who know it’s the thought that counts –

Holiday Guide 2013: The Food Snob

No matter which side of the line your special foodie is on, here are five gifts that are sure to make any food snob – real or perceived – smile, sans smugness.

Holiday Guide 2013: The Grill Master

Five gifts guaranteed to light their fire

Scratch Brewing

Where earth meets mash

The Starter Kitchen

Our picks for the budding chef in your life

Spin the Bottle

Are you a boring wine drinker or just a drinker of boring wine?

Fixations: September 2013

The stuff we can't get enough of

Southern Comforts: The devil wears yellow

Pay attention to the starter section of the menu next time you’re at one of these eateries because this old-school potluck favorite is boasting some serious new-school flair

Southern Comforts: Books

Inspired to bring a taste of the South into your kitchen? Crack open these titles, and you’ll have grits, greens and gumbo down in no time.

Southern Comforts: Grits

The nitty-gritty on grits

Summer Stud

From the depths of the sea to a plate near you

The List 2013

The people, places, dishes and drinks we love

Ones To Watch 2013

Food and drink pros with promise

Winning Drinks

Five drinks that garnered attention at bartender battles this year and the talented shakers and stirrers who created them

Fixations August 2012

The stuff we can’t get enough of

Peachy Keen

A few peach products that have us celebrating summer's favorite fruit

Cool Summer Reading

20 books to feed your soul this summer

High on the Hog

Porky products to squeal about

Five White Whiskeys to Try

Look for these bottles at all major liquor stores.

My Last Meal

pondering the age-old question of how to culminate a great life with one heavenly spread

Resurgin' Bourbon: Buy it

Want to get the best bourbon for your buck? Look for these labels on the shelves at your favorite well-stocked liquor store. Some well-aged whiskeys on the list are harder to find, so snatch a bottle

Acid Trip

From Spain to Italy, France to Germany, we found the finest vinegars the world has to offer

From the Farm: April 2012

The best laid schemes o' mice an' men…

Bay of Pigs

Cuba and America’s history may be a bit complex, but their finest collaboration – the Cuban sandwich – is proof that good food is greater than the sum of its parts

Easter Cakes, Candies and Cookies

This year, leave the Peeps in their rightful place (on the supermarket shelves) and opt instead for some swoon-worthy homemade sweets.

Four books for perfecting the art of pastry

4 Seasons Bakery's Agi and Aaron Groff suggested these cookbooks for those hoping to master the science of satisfying that sweet tooth

Appliance Envy

Everyone dreams of the perfect kitchen. But there’s always something better, faster and sharper to splurge on. Divulge our inner-most kitchen fantasies? We thought you'd never ask.

A Second Shot

How Scott Carey finally found his calling – and why it just might lead to the best cup of coffee this town has ever tasted

From the Farm: Winter 2012

The winds of change are blowing

Drinks for Mardi Gras

Recipes guaranteed to make the city's best party even better

Three books for creating classic cuisine

Carl McConnell, chef and co-owner of Stone Soup Cottage in Cottleville, Mo., is a master of classic, elegant cuisine. In addition to his own recently released cookbook, Stone Soup Cottage: A Vignette

Child's Play

Why PB&Js, Pop-Tarts and s’mores are better than ever

From the Farm: December 2011

The cows move out, the birds move in and one much-awaited arrival

The List

The people, places, plates and products we love right now

Buy the Bottle

Need a cool bottle to add to your collection? These wines and spirits get high marks for design, and they taste just as good as they look.

Easy Apps

When guests arrive hungry and dinner’s sweet smells fill the air, hold everyone over with these quick and easy apps.

From the Farm: November 2011

Chicks arrive, cows leave and the farmhouse becomes our home

Paella Project

Those Spaniards know a little something about comfort food. Break out the sangria, put on the paella and gather around the fire for a family-style feast.

A Better Bar

You’ve already stocked your home bar with the basics, so what to buy next? We asked local industry pros to suggest a few bottles that will help you build a well-rounded bar.

Suds City

Home to 16 microbreweries, St. Louis has proven itself as a major player in the national craft beer movement. But with so many brews on draft, how to tell what to order? Here, a tour of the taps.

10 Tasty Years

A look back at Sauce's anniversary covers

Dipped, Dunked & Dusted

Doughnuts get the white coat treatment

City Grown

Farming on Main Street goes mainstream

From the Farm

Cats, cows and prepping for the chicks

Iced Tea

All you need to brew the perfect pitcher at home

Cook's Books

The four cookbooks every cook interested in Pan-Latin cuisine should own


The stuff we can't get enough of

Ones To Watch

Food and drink pros with promise

From the Farm: Just the beginning

One local couple shares their journey from downtown to down home

Global Cooling

Beat the heat with frosty treats from India, Mexico and the Philippines


What's hot right now

Sensational Sippers At Home

Everything you need to make fresh and healthy sodas in your own kitchen

Barbecue Styles

How different regions do their 'cue

Beyond the Border

There's no one way to do barbecue

Tips From the Pros

Experts lend their barbecue advice

Recipes for Sides

It's not barbecue without the sides

Pure, but Not Simple

Ligaya Figueras visited the Ice Visions studio in Kirkwood to learn about the five-day process involved in making the crystal-clear ice cylinders destined for craft cocktails at Taste

Can-Do Chicken

Take a cue from these local chefs and craft-beer connoisseurs to infuse a spectrum of scrumptious flavor into your next backyard barbecue.

One-Man Show

At this tiny corner diner in The Loop, chef Hyo Bae is your waiter, busboy and cashier – and turns out great-tasting food in the process

Recipes for Mother's Day

10 tasty ways to treat mom to brunch

Recipes for Cinco De Mayo

20 recipes for celebrating in style

Nice Ice At Home

Feeling ice-venturous? Buy a mold and make your own at home. Here are some products to check out:

Gifts For the Host

Our suggestions of fun finds for home enthusiasts and food fanatics that are all in good taste.

Brunch Accessories

Everything you need to throw a laid-back brunch

Tapping Tradition

Midwestern maple syrup is made the old-fashioned way

Cook's Books

The four cookbooks every seasonal cook should own

Game Changers

11 visionaries who have altered St. Louis’ culinary scene. Their experience. Their words.

Sandwiches: Ten To Try

From the marvelous and meaty to the oh-so-cheesy, St. Louis offers some truly amazing sandwiches. Here are 10 you gotta try.

Cook Wise: Easy Pie Crust

Perfect pie crust anyone can master

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