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    What Should the Next Fight Club Sandwich Be?

    That said, I'm open to suggestions on what the next battle should be. I'm game for pretty much anything -- except burgers, of course. Hot wings? Martinis? Restaurants for people-watching? Grocery-store delis? Leave your suggestions in the comments. ...

    @ Gut Check by Ian Froeb on July 24, 2009 @ 12:00 pm
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    The Morning Brew: Friday, 7.24

    A California company recalls romaine lettuce for possible salmonella contamination. (CNN) A man with high blood pressure sues Denny's for not disclosing sodium levels in its food. (UPI) Morgan Spurlock's anti-McDonald's movie Super Size Me is goi...

    @ Gut Check by Ian Froeb on July 24, 2009 @ 10:52 am
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    Fight Club Sandwich: Finally, the Battle of the Burgers

    O'Connell's Pub Ian Froeb I ordered both burgers medium-rare, with cheese but without bacon or any other "special" toppings. As you can see in the photo above, the O'Connell's burger came with its slice of cheese coating the patty as s...

    @ Gut Check by Ian Froeb on July 23, 2009 @ 5:08 pm
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    The Dive Bomber: Irish Diving at Foley's Bar

    Apparently, the new owners intend to change Screamer's into an Irish pub. Now, I have no problem with authentic U.K.-style pubs. I love the Scottish Arms, and Castletown Geoghegan does a decent colcannon-topped shepherd's pie. I do have a problem wi...

    @ Gut Check by Robin Wheeler on July 23, 2009 @ 12:45 pm
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    This Week's Tip of the Tongue Newsletter

    Gut Check not providing enough dining tidbits for you? Consider subscribing to Tip of the Tongue, the Riverfront Times' weekly e-mail dining newsletter. In this week's edition, go into the kitchen at Onesto Pizzeria & Trattoria to learn how the aran...

    @ Gut Check by Ian Froeb on July 23, 2009 @ 11:30 am
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    FoodWire: Belgian Beer Dinner at Newstead Tower Public House

    Newstead Tower Public House (4353 Manchester Avenue; Web site) is hosting a Belgian beer dinner on Wednesday, July 29, at 7 p.m. The four-course meal costs $40 per person, tax and tip not included, and reservations are required. For more informatio...

    @ Gut Check by Ian Froeb on July 23, 2009 @ 10:30 am
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    The Morning Brew: Thursday, 7.23

    A court rules that a hog farm owes its neighbors for the stink. (Kansas City Star) Starbucks posts a profit, beats analysts' expectations. (New York Post) See how to milk a camel! (Serious Eats)

    @ Gut Check by Ian Froeb on July 23, 2009 @ 9:00 am
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    Java Enabled: Have Coffee, Will Travel

    I found myself in this very position over the Fourth of July when I was on holiday with my extended family. Food has always been very important to my family, but this affection had never really found its way to coffee. Coffee was always brewed before...

    @ Gut Check by Zach Dyer on July 22, 2009 @ 4:52 pm
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    Photos: Inside Eclipse at the Moonrise Hotel

    You've read Ian Froeb's review of Eclipse restaurant, now take a look at the restaurant's bar, dining room, kitchen, the rooftop bar and all the lunar kitsch on display at Joe Edwards' latest venture. Photo: Stew Smith Lobster Pot Pie, f...

    @ Gut Check by Nick Lucchesi on July 22, 2009 @ 2:15 pm
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    Reminder: Slow Food St. Louis' Art of Food This Weekend

    Participating restaurants include Niche, Monarch, Sidney Street Cafe, Local Harvest Cafe, Erato on Main and Annie Gunn's. (You can preview some menu items on Slow Food St. Louis' Twitter feed.) Tickets cost $40 ($30 for Slow Food St. Louis members) ...

    @ Gut Check by Ian Froeb on July 22, 2009 @ 1:14 pm
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    Review: Eclipse

    My review of Eclipse is now available online. Eclipse is located on the ground floor of the new Moonrise Hotel at 6177 Delmar Boulevard. You can view the menu, cocktail list and more at the restaurant's Web site. For those who can't wait to check out...

    @ Gut Check by Ian Froeb on July 22, 2009 @ 10:38 am
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    The Morning Brew: Wednesday, 7.22

    A different kind of food safety: Don't eat and drive. (New York Daily News) Did Julia Child approve of blogger Julie Powell's movie-inspiring attempt to cook the famous chef's recipes? (Publishers Weekly) More on the Julia/Julie controversy from ...

    @ Gut Check by Ian Froeb on July 22, 2009 @ 9:00 am
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    Jim Beam Red Stag in Gut Check's Swag Bag

    When Jim Beam e-mailed Gut Check International Headquarters to ask if I would be interested in trying its new Red Stag black cherry-infused bourbon, I said, "You had us at Jim Beam." Because, frankly, after the week I just had, I'm drinking heavily. ...

    @ Gut Check by Ian Froeb on July 21, 2009 @ 5:52 pm
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    The Noble Writ: Romo-ance and a Romo-rant

    Limiting your wine experience to these superstars is like having the Crayola 64 pack, using the red, blue, green and yellow crayons and pitching the rest in the trash. There is a great, wonderful diverse world of grape varieties out in the world! Fo...

    @ Gut Check by Dave Nelson on July 21, 2009 @ 3:37 pm
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    Throwback of the House: Tokyo Turkey Toss

    My sense of humor never developed past the age of twelve. Beavis and Butthead will always crack me up. Bodily functions? Hilarious. Cheap innuendo? My favorite. Which is why I cackle every time I come across the 1974 copy of Better Homes and Gardens:...

    @ Gut Check by Robin Wheeler on July 21, 2009 @ 11:53 am
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    FoodWire: "Divine Swine" Wine Dinner at Five

    The recently relocated Five (5100 Daggett Avenue; Web site) is hosting the "Divine Swine" wine dinner on Thursday, July 23, at 7 p.m. The five-course meal features pork, pork and more pork -- all from Benne's Farm in St. Charles -- as well as wine ...

    @ Gut Check by Ian Froeb on July 21, 2009 @ 10:30 am
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    The Morning Brew: Tuesday, 7.21

    A new report finds the greatest drop in restaurant visits in nearly 30 years. (Reuters) Will mobile slaughterhouses be the next big thing in locally-sourced food? (AP) Starbucks is experimenting with coffeehouses (not called Starbucks) that also ...

    @ Gut Check by Ian Froeb on July 21, 2009 @ 9:00 am
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    A Separate Sneak

    Show: First of a two-episode arc, "Sniper," from the fourth season of Homicide: Life on the Street. Food: Pills, booze. Difficulty: Painful. Do not try this at home. Owwww. So far I've detailed various methods of choosing sneakable foods, appropri...

    @ Gut Check by Dara Strickland on July 20, 2009 @ 6:45 pm
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    Downtown Restaurant Week 2009

    It's that time of year again: Downtown Restaurant Week 2009 begins on Monday, August 3, and runs through Sunday, August 9. This year, 25 downtown restaurants are offering three-course meals for $25 per person, tax and tip excluded. Downtown Restauran...

    @ Gut Check by Ian Froeb on July 20, 2009 @ 4:09 pm
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    Review Preview: Eclipse

    I should be living on the moon by now. I should have my own sleek condo atop a glass tower overlooking the Sea of Tranquility Golf Course, with a launch pad for my jetcopter and a wisecracking robot to do the housework. For fun I would put on my spac...

    @ Gut Check by Ian Froeb on July 20, 2009 @ 3:06 pm
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