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Byrd & Barrel's Bob Brazell to Revamp The Tenderloin Room at the Chase Park Plaza

The chef and his partners will introduce dry-aged steaks.

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Chef Jonathan Justus and Camille Eklof to Close Black Dirt on Nov. 7 In Kansas City

The restaurant offered a casual menu of comforting dishes, all made with the chef’s signature locavore point of view.

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4 Brand-New Brunches to Try in Kansas City

As weekend brunch continues its reign from morning 'til midday on menus across Kansas City, new and existing restaurants are quickly adding new brunch dishes or even dressing up their existing brunch menus. Recently, several new brunch opt…

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The Best Food and Drink Events in St. Louis This Weekend: Nov. 1-3

Learn to cook barbecue, eat breakfast while fishing for trout or celebrate the Day of the Dead. 

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The Best Food and Drink Events in Kansas City This Weekend: Nov. 1-3

Celebrate Day of the Dead, chow down on some chili or eat as much crab as you can. 

Recipe of the Day

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Wine-Poached Pear & Black Walnut Goat Cheese Salad

An oaky Chardonnay – one with notes of apple and vanilla – “pears” well with the flavors in the poaching liquid.

Sip, Savor, Celebrate with Total Wine & More

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Seasonal Fall Specials from Total Wine & More

Temperatures are dropping, and a lot of you are waking up in the wee hours to pregame before your favorite teams hit the field. Whether you…

Upcoming Events

Schnucks Cooking Class: Ginger-Pear Soup - Wed., Nov. 20

In this class, you’ll learn wonderful ways to use pears while they’re in season. Read more

The Best Food and Drink Events in Kansas City This Weekend: Jan. 24-26

Sip on whiskey, celebrate Australia Day or learn how build an impressive cheese board. Read more

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In Good Taste: How Rutabagas Boost Immunity

This fall, try swapping in rutabagas for potatoes. Though they are more popular in northern European countries with cool climates, rutabagas – sometimes called “Swedish turnips” or even just “swedes” – are a cross between turnips and cabbage, and they make earthy, sweet accompaniments for hearty fall comfort foods. They're exceptionally healthy, too. A medium-size rutabaga has only 145 calories and delivers nearly half of your daily recommended amount of vitamin C Read more