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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…


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.