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Dish of the Day

Torta Ahogada

I do my best not to do the standard Food Network reaction when I eat something delicious (you know the one: they take a bite, then simultaneously roll…

Recipes

Oaxacan Mole Braised Beef

I’m not a butcher, but I’ve hung around Bolyard’s Meat enough to consider myself a meat journeyman. I’ve learned by watching, not doing. Can I break down a cow? No. Can…

Dining Out: St. Louis

Publico’s Happy Hour

“The Mini-Taco Chronicles” INT. HIGH SCHOOL CAFETERIA, ST. LOUIS, MO – 2005 A young Spencer stands in line in his school’s cafeteria, anxiously awaiting his turn to have…

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Burnt Scallion Chicken Enchiladas

I’m always looking for ways to combine things I love—in this case, joining my love for enchiladas with my love for Sean Brock’s grilled chicken wings with a…

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Animal Style Nachos

St. Louis is getting a Shake Shack! Woohoo! To celebrate, I decided to make ShackBurger nachos—but then I happened to see a Facebook post talking about an In…

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Nduja Nachos

Cleaning up after making my hockey game nachos, I opened the fridge door to put away the jalapenos, and I saw it. Shining bright like a diamond was…

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An Ode To Nachos

For as long as I can remember, there have been two foods that have held a very special place in my heart: pizza and nachos. They both offer…

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Lunch Pick: La Tejana Taqueria

I have a tendency to get obsessed—with a specific dish, a restaurant, a chef, or, more often, a cuisine. A few weeks back, I watched a video of chef…

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Público

In a city with tons of restaurants I’ve yet to eat at, I try not to repeat myself too often. I’ve failed miserably over the last two months. Since…

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Kim Cheese

Unlike those of you who work in Clayton or downtown, I don’t have access to a lot of locally-owned lunch spots. I work in Creve Coeur, land of…

Dining Out: St. Louis

Público

It was something like 8 months ago when I first heard that Público, a Latin-American taberna (tavern) with a focus on wood-fired dishes, was opening next door to The Good Pie…

Dining Out: St. Louis

Seoul Taco

I know, I know. It’s ridiculous that I hadn’t written about Seoul Taco until now. Even worse is the fact that I hadn’t actually eaten Seoul Taco since moving back…