Emmy-winning Feast TV brings Feast Magazine to life through in-depth segments on the stories and recipes found in each issue. Our monthly, half-hour program connects you to the St. Louis region'€™s most innovative culinarians through a fresh, insightful look at the local food scene.

This month, Feast TV focuses its lens on Midwest tastemakers.

In her demo, publisher Catherine Neville demos how to make bouillabaisse with crusty bread

Also in this episode:

-- Join producer Catherine Neville for a roundtable in Kansas City featuring seven of the city's most acclaimed chefs and listen in as they discuss the state of the restaurant scene in Kansas City and the economic and cultural importance of a robust Midwest culinary scene.

-- Venture to Lawrence, Kansas, to meet the innovators behind 25-year-old Free State Brewing, the first legal brewery to launch in Kansas since that state banned alcohol in 1881.

-- Learn how Corey Smale took St. Louis' Strange Donuts from concept to multi-location power brand in less than a year.

Feast TV is presented by Missouri Wines with support from Whole Foods Market. Produced in partnership with Forever An Astronaut.

Tune in or set your DVR now to watch the January episode of Emmy-winning Feast TV:

--St. Louis: Tune into the Nine Network (Channel 9) to see Feast TV on Sat., Jan. 3 at 2pm; Sun., Jan. 4 at 11am; and Mon., Jan. 5 at 1pm. Feast TV will also air throughout the month on nineCREATE.

-- Kansas City: In Kansas City, watch Feast TV on KCPT (Channel 19) on Sat., Jan. 17 at 2:30pm.

-- Mid-Missouri: You can watch Feast TV throughout mid-Missouri on KMOS (Channel 6) on Thurs., Jan. 22 at 8:30pm and on Sun., Jan. 25 at 6:30pm.

-- Southern Illinois: Feast TV will air in the southern Illinois region on WSIU (Channel 8) at 10am on Sat., Jan. 10.

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