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Friday, December 11, 2009

St. Louis Food Blog Digest: 12.5-12.11

Posted By on Fri, Dec 11, 2009 at 4:15 PM

Gut Check dishes on our favorite St. Louis food blogs.

Sounding My Barbaric Gulp: Kelly's blogging every day in December. Highlights include favorite food gifts, Quinoa Pilaf, Sables, Hot Buttered Rum, Creamy Tomato Soup, and Momofuku Pork Belly Buns.

One Hot Stove: Nupur continued her 40-recipe marathon with Cheesecake, Zucchini Soup, and a meal fit for a night at the ballet.

Cupcake Project: Stefani conducted a blind taste test with Bride and Groom 3.0 of Cold Oven Pound Cupcakes. She also made Banana Whipped Cream with Cacao Nibs.

A Veggie Venture: Alanna made Fast Pan-Roasted Brussels Sprouts.

Bruno's Dream: Bruno made Asian Marinated Grilled Halibut; Israeli Couscous with Roasted Butternut Squash and Red Onion; and Chinese Broccoli.

Iron Stef: Stef made Pork Belly Cucumber Stir Fry.

Off the Menu: Joe continued his update of new restaurants, and Evan reported on Six Row Brewing.

Sauce reported on cocoa with Santa at Onesto, and Shaw Chili Challenge.

Feast: George featured  video of McArthur's Bakery's I-64 cake.

Schlafly Beer Blog: Schlafly, O'Fallon Brewing, and Indiana's New Albany Brewing collaborated on a smoky rye IPA.

Beer Wine and Whisky: David sang the praises of blended Scotch.

STL Hops: Mike updated the list of beer tastings, provided info on cask tapping at The Bleeding Deacon and Left Hand Pint Night at iTap, announced the arrival of Lagunitas, and speculates who will be the first local craft beer to can.

St. Louis Eats and Drinks: Joe and Ann reviewed Lemongrass.

St. Louis Meal Deals: KMCA shared deals from Fountain on Locust, Molly's, Giovanni's, and Mike Shannon's.

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

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