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Ed Heath

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    September 8, 2014

    Chef Chat: Jennifer Cleveland's Guilty Pleasures and Not-So-Secret Crush

    Following college, the siren song of the mountains drew Jennifer Cleveland to Salt Lake City where she met her two great loves: cooking and her partner, Ed Heath. After culinary school at the prestigious Culinary Institute of America at Greystone and stints at some of the country's top restaurants ( ... More >>

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    April 16, 2014

    Lime Prices Cause Local Restaurants to Get Creative

    You may have noticed the limes at your local grocery store are a little pricier than usual. Come on, 99 cents for one tiny citrus? Those high prices are hitting restaurants that order limes in bulk even harder. Some 98 percent of the limes eaten in the United States come from Mexico, a place that wa ... More >>

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    March 21, 2014

    John Perkins Takes the Title at Iron Fork 2014

    One of the best parts of Iron Fork is the competition. Chefs and bartenders from some of our favorite restaurants battled for supremacy. Returning champ Ed Heath of Cleveland Heath took on challengers John Perkins of Juniper, Colleen Clawson of Standard Fare and Brian Coltrain of Element. The compet ... More >>

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    March 18, 2014

    The Chefs of Iron Fork 2014: Brian Coltrain, Element

    Iron Fork 2014 is only days away, and one of the best parts (besides all that food) is the chef competition. Four local chefs at the top of their game will cook their hearts out live, onstage, with a mystery ingredient. Only one will be declared the winner. Last year, Ed Heath of Cleveland-Heath to ... More >>

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    March 11, 2014

    The Full List of Iron Fork 2014 Participants Plus $5 Off Your Ticket

    Iron Fork is just over a week away, and we are looking out for you, loyal Gut Check readers. Not only have we finalized the list of participating restaurants and competing chefs, but we have a special deal for you. See also: The Chefs of Iron Fork 2014: John Perkins, Juniper

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    March 7, 2014

    The Chefs of Iron Fork 2014: John Perkins, Juniper

    Iron Fork 2014 is only a few weeks away, and one of the best parts (besides all that food) is the chef competition. Four local chefs at the top of their game will cook their hearts out live, onstage, with a mystery ingredient. Only one will be declared the winner. Last year, Ed Heath of Cleveland-H ... More >>

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    March 4, 2014

    The Chefs of Iron Fork 2014: Colleen Clawson, Standard Fare

    Iron Fork 2014 is only a few weeks away, and one of the best parts (besides all that food) is the chef competition. Four local chefs at the top of their game will cook their hearts out live, onstage, with a mystery ingredient. Only one will be declared the winner. Last year, Ed Heath of Cleveland- ... More >>

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    February 5, 2014

    The Restaurants and Competitors of Iron Fork 2014

    Iron Fork, our annual celebration of St. Louis food, is only weeks away. We're lining up some of the best restaurants and chefs in town for your eating pleasure. The Gut Check editorial staff has personally picked the participants and competitors, and we wanted to give y'all the first look at who's ... More >>

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    October 22, 2013

    Chef Josh Galliano on His Rituals, Fried Chicken and Hating Jam Bands

    At this point, saying that Josh Galliano is a rock star in the St. Louis (if not national) culinary scene is stating the obvious. If his status was not already solidified by his tenure at An American Place and Monarch, or his Best New Chef award from Food and Wine Magazine, then the overwhelming suc ... More >>

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    March 29, 2013

    Riverfront Times' Iron Fork 2013: The Slideshow (and the Hangover)

    First, a heartfelt thank you to everyone -- restaurants, bars, sponsors, ticket-buyers -- who attended last night's Iron Fork event. It was the biggest Iron Fork yet: 2,000 people trying food from some 40 restaurants, plus cocktails from the mixology-competition entrants. The lines to enter and the ... More >>

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