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Awards

  • 2011 - Association of Food Journalists Awards, published November 4, 2010

    "Jeffrey Plaza Jewel"

  • 2011 - Association of Food Journalists Awards, published November 11, 2010

    "Near Beer"

2008 Stories by Ian Froeb

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  • In This Week's Issue

    published Jan 23, 2008

    My review of Newstead Tower Public House is now available online. Click here to read. Newstead Tower Public House - Photo: Jennifer Silverberg Also in this week's issue: Malcolm contemplates vegan... More >>

  • Restaurant Tidbit: After

    published Jan 23, 2008

    The diner isn't there! After, the 24-hour diner that opened last year in Forest Park Southeast's Grove neighborhood, has closed. According to a sign on the front door, the restaurant's brea... More >>

  • The Morning Brew: Wednesday, 1.23

    published Jan 23, 2008

    www.pbs.org The New York Times finds high levels of mercury in tuna from several New York City sushi restaurants. At a few restaurants, levels exceeded the point where the FDA has the right... More >>

  • Grub Street

    published January 23, 2008

    On the first day of the art history class I took in high school, the teacher asked us to define "art." I assumed this was a rhetorical question... More >>

  • Review Preview: Newstead Tower Public House

    published Jan 22, 2008

    Were it not for the stark contrast between Newstead's beautifully rehabbed exterior (including the titular tower, which someone should adopt as the logo of the Grove's resurgence before I copyright t... More >>

  • Restaurant Tidbit: Pi

    published Jan 22, 2008

    Driving into work this morning, I noticed signs in the windows of Pi, the pizzeria taking over the former Mirasol space at 6144 Delmar Boulevard, announcing that the restaurant will open on...3/14. ... More >>

  • The Morning Brew: Tuesday, 1.22

    published Jan 22, 2008

    www.the-eic.com A report on the rise in the cost of palm and other cooking oils and the severe impact this is having on poor countries. (New York Times) Scientists are beginning to study t... More >>

  • Three for Three: 1.18-1.20

    published Jan 18, 2008

    The weekend never seems long enough, but it's still plenty of time to try new restaurants or rediscover old favorites. Here are three recommendations of places I've visited in recent weeks. ... More >>

  • Your Weekly St. Louis Food Blog Digest

    published Jan 18, 2008

    www.techpaedia.com A look at what's happening at some of our favorite St. Louis food blogs. Meet the Cheesemonger's Wife! At STL Hops Mike pays a visit to Granite City Food and Brewing, a... More >>

  • Restaurant Tidbit: Mama's Coal Pot

    published Jan 18, 2008

    Looks like Mama's Coal Pot, the small barbecue stand located behind the Market in the Loop in University City, might have closed. The listed phone number has been disconnected and -- perhaps more tel... More >>

  • The Morning Brew: Friday, 1.18

    published Jan 18, 2008

    www.procean.no China claims its seafood is safer now that it has cracked down on the use of illegal veterinary drugs to protect farmed fish from polluted waters. But when a Chinese official... More >>

  • Restaurant Tidbit: The Deluxe Restaurant

    published Jan 17, 2008

    In today's Post-Dispatch, Joe Whittington reports that a "1950s diner-style" joint called The Deluxe Restaurant will be opening in March at 2733 Sutton Boulevard in Maplewood. -Ian Froeb... More >>

  • The Morning Brew: Thursday, 1.17

    published Jan 17, 2008

    www.seedtoplate.com A group of European bioethics experts question whether we should clone animals for food. (AFP) An effort to repeal the state of California's stringent new standards for... More >>

  • Baker, Author Peter Reinhart at Companion

    published Jan 16, 2008

    Baker and author Peter Reinhart will be promoting his new book, Whole Grain Breads: New Techniques, Extraordinary Flavor, from 9-11 a.m. on Sunday, January 20, at the new Companion in the Central Wes... More >>

  • In This Week's Issue

    published Jan 16, 2008

    My review of the Indian restaurant Rasoi is now available online. Click here to read. Rasoi - Photo: Jennifer Silverberg Also in this week's issue: Malcolm revisits food scares past while trying t... More >>

  • Restaurant Tidbit: Pappy's Smokehouse

    published Jan 16, 2008

    According to its Web site, Pappy's Smokehouse (3106 Olive Street) will open on February 1. -Ian Froeb... More >>

  • The Morning Brew: Monday, 1.16

    published Jan 16, 2008

    www.eb.com You might have heard about Jamie Oliver's slaughter of a chicken on British television. Here, a look at the incident and the larger trend of chefs who want to know the animals th... More >>

  • Restaurant Tidbits: Special Everything Tastes Like Cough Drops Edition

    published Jan 15, 2008

    www.amazon.com No, really. Everything. Even this extra-bold, overextracted coffee I'm swilling. Cherry cough drops. With my feebleness as an excuse, I point to a couple of my favorite Web ... More >>

  • India à la Mode

    published January 16, 2008

    As its name might suggest, the "Bollywood Popper" at the four-month-old Indian restaurant Rasoi looks something like a jalapeño... More >>

  • Review Preview: Rasoi

    published Jan 15, 2008

    In food, as in the arts, influence isn't always linear. It's a give-and-take between recipes and traditions hundreds or even thousands of years old and the rapidly shrinking modern world that globali... More >>

  • The Morning Brew: Tuesday, 1.15

    published Jan 15, 2008

    www.wikimedia.org As expected, a new -- and very long -- FDA report finds that the meat and dairy products of cloned animals are safe for consumption. (Washington Post) The New York Times ... More >>

  • Gut Check Is Under the Weather

    published Jan 14, 2008

    www.nelbrokers.co.za Regular posting will resume tomorrow. (I hope.) -Ian Froeb... More >>

  • Another New Food Forum

    published Jan 14, 2008

    Food blogger extraordinaire -- and new restaurant and book reviewer for Sauce -- Bill Burge has set up a discussion forum at his blog, STL Bites. Several threads are already up and running. Go check ... More >>

  • The Morning Brew: Monday, 1.14

    published Jan 14, 2008

    www.csulb.edu Carl Karcher, who founded the Carl's Jr. fast-food chain, has died. He was 90. (Orange County Register) The Zagat family is planning to sell its empire of restaurant-, hotel-... More >>

  • Three for Three: 1.11-1.13

    published Jan 11, 2008

    The weekend never seems long enough, but it's still plenty of time to try new restaurants or rediscover old favorites. Here are three recommendations of places I've visited in recent weeks. ... More >>

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