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6600 Clayton Road Richmond Heights, MO 63117 | Richmond Heights | 314-644-0510
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    Doughnuts are having a moment in St. Louis. From the crazy collaborations at Strange Donuts to the old-fashioned breakfast pastries at World's Fair, they've come along way from cops in...
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    We got to the Schnucks (6600 Clayton Road, Richmond Heights; 314-644-0510) in Richmond Heights just in time yesterday evening. Our mission was simple: beeline to the snacks aisle in search...
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    Welcome to Spice World, in which Gut Check zeroes in on overlooked spices from around the globe, introducing those you may not own -- and probably should. History: We've got the ancient...
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  • Gut Check: Complaints, Rants and Assorted Blowback
    The Post-Dispatch reports today that Schnucks has removed the signs outside its supermarkets banning patrons from carrying concealed weapons. "As the discussion continued, we decided to make...
  • Gut Check: Thrill or Swill?
    Most people who are concerned with what they eat and drink are on board with buying from quality local producers. In Missouri this concept frequently comes to a screeching halt when it comes...
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  • Dining: Columns
    The jury is in: Yogurt is the new black. Sure, the current craze may be traced to the crude "fruit-on-the-bottom" 1970s when yogurt positioned itself in the emergent field of health foods....
  • Dining: Columns
    What happened? When did broccoli, milk, apples and walnuts stop providing the nutritional oomph our overfed bodies need? Was it back when, disfigured by goiters, we began adding iodine to...
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    Low fat. Low cholesterol. These aren't the sort of descriptors that spring to mind when talk turns to eggs. Then again, the 4.6 ounces of dehydrated magic that makes up a can of Deb El...
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    If forced to decide, I suppose my favorite item in that compendium of useless gadgetry, SkyMall, would have to be the iCarta Stereo Dock — a bargain at $99 (plus S&H). Sure, there's...
  • Dining: Columns
    The fat kid groaning on the couch was unconvincing. Uncle Marty's postprandial coma wasn't terminal, and Aunt Sarah's indigestion was quelled over the counter. Try though it might, the...
  • Dining: Columns
    By my count, a pig's foot has sixteen bones. This number may be off. The label on the nine-ounce jar of pickled Hormel Pigs Feet that holds my test foot clearly states that the product is...
  • Dining: Columns
    With their anthropomorphic connotations, the head cheeses, wieners and chicken fingers of the world have always been a link too close on the food chain for my comfort. Don't get me wrong: I...
  • Dining: Columns
    Prying open a can of meat is rarely uplifting. Sure, the occasional tub of goose liver pâté may slip across the Atlantic, but more often it's forcemeat of the domestic variety...
  • Dining: Reviews
    What do you get when you cross an English household goods manufacturer, a British tea producer and a German house specializing in dried soup mixes? Why, Nacho Pasta, of course! Born of...
  • Dining: Columns
    $1.00 Schnucks 6600 Clayton Road, Richmond Heights What do you get when you cross an English household goods manufacturer, a British tea producer and a German house specializing in...
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    According to the Internet, Shen Nung (456-538 A.D.), compiler of the Shen-Nung Pen-Ts'ao Ching: The Shen-Nung Pharmacopoeia, explained the effects of one B-to-the-E ingredient: "Ginseng is a...
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    There comes a time in your life when you realize the dagger of alcohol cuts both directions: While it can underscore your party lifestyle in exciting, titillating ways (as has been...

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