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Mussels

Cooking mussels at home might seem intimidating, but this easy-to-make recipe takes the guesswork out of it. Served in a sweet, tangy coconut-…

Explore Missouri's wine industry, learn to make yogurt, tour Hammer & Hand's Indian antiques and more in our May episode of Feast TV.

Nowhere on earth is better than Brussels for one-stop sampling of chocolate, beer, mussels, waffles and fries, and this year brings additional…

Quite-the-pair

Despite the restaurant's name, it's not just oysters that draw patrons to DeMun. STLwinegirl Angela Ortmann discovered mussels that lend themselves wonderfully to two wines or a beer. Get her pairings here!

Fruit components such as lychee nut and apricot support the exotic flavors of this dish and help temper the spiciness of the chiles.