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Sappington Farmers' Market

8400 Watson Road St Louis, MO 63119 | Webster Groves | 314-843-7848
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  • Gut Check: This Just In
    Sappington Farmers' Market (8400 Watson Road, Marlbourough; 314-843-7848) announced last week that it will be closing permanently on Friday, August 24. When Gut Check called the market on...
  • Gut Check: Farmers' Markets & Grocery Stores
    The Farm to Family Mobile Market partnership between Sappington Farmers' Market (8400 Watson Road, Marlbourough; 314-838-7848) and Metro St. Louis Transit has undergone some changes over the...
  • Gut Check: Desserts & Sweets
    Warning: The mental images produced by the following descriptions of items offered at the 2012 St. Louis Food Blogger Bake Sale might cause uncontrollable cravings and excessive salivation....
  • Gut Check: Weekend Best Bets
    Friday (Apr. 27): Third Annual Green Ball @ Moonrise Hotel This annual event to reinforce sustainability initiatives features an open bar with local beer and wine, locally sourced cuisine,...
  • Gut Check: Farmers' Markets & Grocery Stores
    Gut Check first told you last month about Farm to Family Mobile Market, a partnership between MetroLink and the Sappington Farmers' Market (8400 Watson Road, Marlborough; 314-843-7848) to...
  • Gut Check: Fish Fry Frenzy
    Beginning Today, Friday, March 9, the Webster Groves Lion's Club will hold a fundraising barbecue every second Friday and Saturday through October (excluding July) from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m in...
  • Gut Check: Desserts & Sweets
    If Gut Check told you that a baked good existed in the world that had no sugar, salt, butter, artificial flavors or additional processed ingredients and still tasted delightful, would you...
  • Gut Check: Food Festivals
    If you are a summer tomato stalwart like Gut Check, this is the time of year you have been waiting for. The first red spherical joy bombs have been hitting the farmer's markets with the...
  • Gut Check: Farmers' Markets & Grocery Stores
    Been jonesing for the first sweet, juicy local peach of the season? You don't have to wait as long as usual. Most years the first St. Louis-area peaches don't ripen till the end of June. So...
  • Dining: Summertime
    No doubt, we St. Louisans love to cook outside. Heck, if we were facing the Blizzard of the Century, while most of us would flock to the store for toilet paper and milk, someone would surely...
  • Gut Check: Farmers' Market Share
    Is there a vegetable more beloved by gardeners than the tomato? Incredibly versatile, preservable, and downright perfect when picked from the vine at peak ripeness, tomatoes rightly find...
  • Dining:
    The month of May heralds many things: the end of school, the beginning of barbecue weather. At Gut Check the big news is that area farmers' markets have begun to open for the season. The...

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