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Friday, March 21, 2008

Your Weekly St. Louis Food Blog Digest

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A look at what's happening at some of our favorite St. Louis food blogs.

The Cheesemonger's Wife advocates for a state dessert -- for Maryland.

Iron Stef honors St. Patrick's Day by making her own corned beef.

The Pollacks have dinner -- and a bit of a problem -- at Athena's.

The Cupcake Project takes a break from cupcakes to advocate quinoa for breakfast.

Meanwhile, at A Veggie Venture, Alanna takes on carrot-cake cupcakes.

At One Hot Stove, Nupur is also interested in quinoa and other whole-grain breakfasts.

At STL Bites, Bill writes a letter to restaurateurs about their beer selection.

Mike does him one better at STL Hops and helps a new restaurant devise its beer menu.

At FamilyStyle Food, Karen is mixing up a batch of tangerine-tinis.

Mac & cheese is on the menu at Sounding My Barbaric Gulp.

Mandy is baking banana cake with caramel-espresso frosting at Fresh from the Oven.

Do you know a St. Louis food blog we should read? Do you write one yourself? Drop us a line.

-Ian Froeb

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