Friday, March 21, 2014

The Food of Iron Fork 2014

Posted By on Fri, Mar 21, 2014 at 12:30 PM

Cake pops from Nadoz Bakery. | Micah Usher
  • Cake pops from Nadoz Bakery. | Micah Usher

Last night's sold-out Iron Fork event was, of course, filled with tons of yummy treats. 39 of the best restaurants in St. Louis brought their A-game. We ate (almost) everything, so we'll be doing double-duty at the gym this afternoon. In case you missed it, we rounded up some drool-worthy photos of the delicious offerings. You can check out the full Iron Fork slideshow here.

See also: Iron Fork 2014: The Menu

Seared sea scallops with minted pea pesto from Central Table Food Hall. | Micah Usher
  • Seared sea scallops with minted pea pesto from Central Table Food Hall. | Micah Usher
Asparagus soup from Central Table Food Hall. | Micah Usher
  • Asparagus soup from Central Table Food Hall. | Micah Usher
Lavender ganache and whipped lemon crème fraiche from Kakao Chocolate. | Micah Usher
  • Lavender ganache and whipped lemon crème fraiche from Kakao Chocolate. | Micah Usher
Shredded chicken with onions, tomatoes, chorizo and chipotle sauce for tacos at La Tejana. | Micah Usher
  • Shredded chicken with onions, tomatoes, chorizo and chipotle sauce for tacos at La Tejana. | Micah Usher
Guanciale arrosto (skewers of roasted guanciale, garlic-rubbed ciabatta and balsamic glazed red peppers) from Salume Beddu. | Micah Usher
  • Guanciale arrosto (skewers of roasted guanciale, garlic-rubbed ciabatta and balsamic glazed red peppers) from Salume Beddu. | Micah Usher

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