St. Louis Food Blog Digest: 11.21-12.4
Sounding My Barbaric Gulp: Kelly celebrated Thanksgiving with creamed leeks and a proposal. She shared lots of Thanksgiving favorites, contest ideas of Menu for Hope and her future great-great grandmother-in-law's spinach recipe.
Cupcake Project: Stefani extolled her new favorite book, Penguin and the Cupcake.
Iron Stef: Stephanie tackled Turducken and Pioneer Woman's Meatballs.
A Veggie Venture: Alanna made Caramelized Onion Tart and Carrot Salad with Pomegranate.
FamilyStyle Food: Karen made Pomegranate Salsa.
One Hot Stove: Nupur has been a cooking and blogging fiend, with Chocolate Banana Bread, Mango Curry, Vegan Dum Aloo, Gujarati Daal, Savory Bread Pudding, Pumpkin Flan, Green Bean Casserole, Glazed Butternut Squash, Alambi Bhaat, Ful Medames and Sarson Da Saag.
Sugar, Spice and More Things Nice: Rachel made whole wheat cookies and gave tips for cutting holiday sugar.
STL Hops: Mike had a round-up of upcoming beer tastings, cask tappings at iTap, The Stable, The Good Pie, the opening of 6 Row Brewing Company, a beer celebration in honor of Henry Herbst, the Schlafly/O'Fallon/New Albanian collaboration, Jerad Gardner's whereabouts, upgrades at O'Fallon Brewing and the STL Hops anniversary party round-up.
St. Louis Eats and Drinks: Joe and Ann reviewed brunch at The Scottish Arms, Urban Eats Bakery and Cafe, Mosaic and Veritas. They made Black Cake.
Off the Menu: Joe had news on lots of West County action, the new incarnation of Chez Leon and Crepes in the City's rebirth as Lola.
Sauce had news of Brentwood's switch to Ray's Donuts, afternoon tea at Cafe Osage, The Ritz-Carlton's gingerbread house, internship possibilities with EarthDance, a local jerky company, a photo exhibit featuring City Seeds Urban Farm and the South County Tucker's Place.
Feast: George had details on the Highway 40 re-opening specials, Clayton restaurant expansions, Tropical Moose's foray into waffles and a new P'Sghetti's.
STL Meal Deals had coupons for December, and deals for Toys for Tots donators and Racanelli's.
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