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Winemakers across the state have had to get creative growing grapes in the unpredictable Missouri weather. Hybrid varieties like the Chambourcin are able to hold up to the sometimes harsh climate. Known for its spicy, earthy taste, follow Feast as we explore the Chambourcin at Chaumette Vine…

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The Holidays are the season for sharing your table. It’s a time for gathering our loved ones in cozy spaces and feeling the warmth of family and friendship. This year, squeeze in more of that precious time with those you love by using our holiday party guide. From smoked Thanksgiving turkeys to wine and cheese boards, local experts are here to make the holidays less stressful and more delicious!

This time of year is always my favorite. There is so much to be grateful for, especially enjoying the company of family and friends with a home-cooked meal. Try this Stuffed Acorn Squash recipe for a healthy winter treat.

What I love most about October is the cooler weather, the smell of cinnamon and spice, the changing leaves and that fall festivities are in full swing. These things instantly conjure up fond childhood memories as I reminisce about my dad pulling my friends and I around on a hayrack ride. Our…

In the United States, lentils are sometimes thought of as beans’ less popular cousins — that is, when they’re thought about at all. Along with beans, peas, chickpeas and peanuts, lentils are legumes, and there are plenty of good reasons for them to be pantry staples. “They are low in fat, ch…

If you’ve felt the cool breeze slippin’ in, you may be tempted to mourn the summer. But embrace (and taste!) the season with these fall cocktails by Kyle Mathis of Westport Social. Whether it’s around a bonfire or over a dinner shared with friends, these recipes are the perfect sip to get yo…

In its second festival commemorating the brand-new outdoor plaza, Ballpark Village will host its first wine walk. The event, presented by 14 Hands, takes place on Sat., Oct. 5 from 1 to 4pm and will include wine tastings and small plates at participating venues.

Ballpark Village, the premiere dining and entertainment district adjacent to Busch Stadium in downtown St. Louis, will host its first Bacon and Brunch Festival on Sunday, September 22, 2019. This one-of-a-kind event will be the first large-scale festival to take place at the brand new outdoo…

As the weather begins to cool and the seasons start to change, it’s time to fall back into a routine of healthy habits. September is Family Meal Month and I’m reminded again and again about the positive, lifelong benefits of eating meals together. There is something to be said about the powe…

As cool autumn evenings settle into St. Louis, Boundary’s general manager Joe Wilson and executive chef Ryan Cooper are crafting a new menu that will feature fall produce at its peak, sourced from local growers including Tony’s Family Farms, Ozark Forest Mushrooms, Such and Such Farm and Bae…

Pears prove that good things come in small packages. Not only are they available at just about every supermarket, they’re easy to eat (no need to peel or core or pit), low in calories and high in fiber: With six grams, a single pear supplies almost a quarter of the recommended daily amount. …

As summer starts to wind down, we know you’re looking for any way to beat the heat. That’s where rum comes in. Rum is an extremely versatile spirit – transport yourself to the tropics with one of these rum-based sippers. Make sure to pick up some cocktail umbrellas!

For years doctors have cautioned that red-meat eaters have higher rates of stroke, diabetes and heart disease than those who adopt vegetarian or plant-heavy diets, so many people view poultry as a middle-of-the-road option. “When eaten in moderation, poultry can be a great source of protein …

When Theodore Link laid out his plans for downtown St. Louis’ Union Station in 1894, he envisioned the space as a grand transportation hub for travelers and a source of pride for those who called the city home. Though Union Station has been reimagined many times in the 125 years since it ope…

Basso is a comfortable and stylish venue for anything from a date to a group outing. Blaise Pastoret, director of restaurants, gives us a look into Basso’s delicious dishes and delightful drinks, as well as what makes it such an inviting atmosphere for their guests.

YIELDS | 6Ingredients1lb ground turkey6 bell peppers1 cup pearl couscous, dry2 1⁄2 tablespoon olive oil1 can (15 oz) diced tomatoes, low sodium1⁄2 yellow onion, diced2 cloves garlic, minced2 cups spinach, chopped1 tablespoon turmeric1 teaspoon cumin1⁄2 teaspoon paprika3⁄4 teaspoon pepper1 cu…

Nothing is more perfect for July 4th celebrations than fresh sweet corn. That might be because growing up in Nebraska our summers revolved around harvesting our sweet corn at the peak of freshness.

Did you know July 1st is Canada Day? It’s a celebration of the unification of three separate provinces – Canada, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick – in 1867. This unification paved the way for the Canada we know and love today. Celebrate our neighbor to the north with one of these Canadian-inspi…

A take on a classic Sazerec, this winter warmer was the brainchild of Ray Edwards. The Lillet Blanc lightens up the scotch while creating a canvas for the banana to come through.

 November is one of our favorite months: Campfires, the changing colors of the leaves and the approaching holiday season makes for plenty of fun and celebration. This week, we’ve got a few cocktails celebrating some of our favorite flavors of November. Cheers!

“Have I been paying too much?” What a scary thought.  Good news: You never have to worry about price when you shop at Total Wine & More. Buy with confidence because we have the lowest prices in town, and grab yourself some treats with the savings.

You might never think about where your raincoat came from. But fun fact: The first modern raincoat was sold on this day back in 1823. One of the slickest inventions of all time, you’d rain on our parade if you didn’t storm into your next party with these rainy day cocktails.

To us, nothing quite says fall like camping. The smells, the outdoors, and, best of all, the flavors all epitomize our favorite aspects of autumn. If you’re unable to get out camping on a particular weekend, you can still bring some of those flavors home with these three cocktails.

On Sept. 14, 2009, we lost a true icon of American cinema: Patrick Swayze. Whether you wanted romance, action or handsome men dressed in drag, Swayze could do it. Bust out the old VHS tapes and raise a glass with these cocktails inspired by some of his most memorable roles.

What’s up, doc? Did you know that on July 27, 1940, a little cartoon character by the name of Bugs Bunny made his first official appearance in the cartoon short “A Wild Hare?” To celebrate that iconic “wascally wabbit,” we’ve got a few carrot-based cocktails for you this week. –Jordan Baranowski

We know you’re on the go a lot during the summer: vacations, spending time with friends and family, trying to get outside when the heat isn’t too much. That’s why we’re offering specials on products that are perfect for taking with you no matter which direction the rest of summer takes you. …