If you want a unique cocktail to make for Valentine’s Day, look no further! Celebrate your sweetheart with dreams of the tropics in the Rum Sunset cocktail. This recipe makes two, so celebrate with whoever you choose, and dream of a romantic, tropical getaway together. It’s easy to scale up …
On Feb. 9, 1964, The Beatles appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show and played their hit song “I Want to Hold Your Hand,” kicking off the British invasion. Decades later, they’re still seen as one of the greatest bands of all time and that performance is legendary. In honor of our British friends,…
February is one of those months where you can really sense a change in the air. You start to notice the days getting longer, and you can begin to see nature coming back in after the cold winter. We aren’t out of the woods yet, but February always makes us feel like we just might make it after all. That’s why we recommend the Clover Club cocktail, a Philadelphia classic. The sweet and tart combination and bright color of the raspberry is perfect with Valentine’s Day coming up, and an egg white cocktail is a great way to hold out until spring gets here.
Fish has long been considered “brain food.” Some studies have shown that people who eat fish maintain more gray matter — that is, greater brain volume — than those who don’t. But the benefits of eating fish actually cast a much wider net. “Fish and other marine life are some of the best sour…
Try this heart-healthy recipe for Walnut "Chorizo" Tacos this February. Walnuts are high in omega-3 fats. While a small handful of walnuts offers superior snackability, we’ve used walnuts to create a unique spin on the classic meat taco. Top these meat-less Walnut “Chorizo” Tacos with pickled vegetables or take it up a notch by adding avocado mash, pineapple salsa or purple cabbage slaw. Trust me, your heart will thank you!
If love is about sharing, what better to share than a few delicious bites? Whether a ten-year anniversary or a right swipe, here are the best restaurants to take your date this month.
If you are looking for a romantic environment this Valentine’s Day without the hassle of reservations, head up to the top floor of the Hilton at the Ballpark to experience Three Sixty. The restaurant’s inventive small plates, craft cocktails and romantic surroundings will be sure to impress …
It’s January 24 – the official birthday of the beer can! Even though it had actually been around before that day (shh, it was still Prohibition when it first showed up!), Krueger’s released the first official canned beer in Virginia stores on this day in 1935. Let’s celebrate with some beer …
We’re sick of winter – bring on the nice weather! We’ll try to coax it out with a few of these Aperol-based cocktails. Aperol is similar to Campari, but slightly less bitter. It adds a great accent to these drinks.
On January 12, 1976, the world lost a true literary giant: Agatha Christie. One of the masters of the detective story, Christie’s works continue to puzzle and inspire readers. In honor of Ms. Christie, here are a few cocktails tied to her most famous creations.
Amazing food is a must for every aspect of a wedding celebration, whether it's the bridal shower, rehearsal dinner, the reception or the after-party.
January brings fresh starts to a New Year.
Gerard Craft came into the St. Louis culinary scene with a bang when the opened the original Niche in 2005. Ten years later, he became the first St. Louis chef to take home the coveted James Beard Best Chef: Midwest award in 2015. And as his Niche Restaurant Group grows, he has added mentoring younger chefs to his list of job descriptions.
Across the Atlantic in the United Kingdom, medjool dates stuffed with marzipan are a traditional holiday snack. But dates here in the U.S. aren’t as commonly tied to a specific season, so any time is a good one to get to know these sweet, tropical stone fruits.
It’s just about time to ring in the new year (and new decade!), and we know you want to celebrate. We’ve got a few sparkling cocktails for just such an occasion! Have fun and make sure to celebrate responsibly. Happy New Year!
Ring in the New Year (and new decade!) with our sparkling wine! Whether you’ve got several parties to attend or you prefer a quiet celebration at home – make sure you’re well-stocked. Cheers!
Ho ho ho! Christmas is next week, and we know the big meals, cabin fever and way too much time with the family can make you crave a cocktail. Here are a few of our Christmas favorites to leave out for Santa. Have a safe and happy holiday!
Norton is Missouri's state grape, which is why Feast headed to the heart of Augusta to explore (and taste) Norton wine. Learn with us as we taste the characteristics that make up a Norton.
The holidays are all about sharing with friends and family. Introduce your favorites spirits, wine and holiday beer to your loved ones. We won’t judge if you decide to keep a few for yourself!
The holiday season is upon us! Check off everyone on your list with our wine and spirits. Pick up a few stocking stuffers for yourself while you’re at it – you deserve a winter warmer!
Berries are wonderfully diverse — if occasionally confusing — fruits. Botanists are quick to point out that, technically speaking, bananas and eggplants are berries while strawberries and raspberries are not. Some varieties can thrive even in freezing temperatures. For others, only the tropics will do. “Heading into the cold and often gray winter months, there’s something special about adding some color to your meals.
This is my favorite time of year, but it’s also probably the busiest and most stressful. Our calendars are booked with parties and special events. We are hosting guests, traveling and shopping for gifts. It’s not the time of year anyone wants to transform their diet. So instead, think of small swaps you can make to your classic recipes to make your holidays a little healthier.