This is a pizza I had last summer in Birmingham at Slice Pizza and Brew,
725 29th Street South.
I’d like to have another one sometime!
It’s the Soul Pie:
Turnip Greens, Black Eye Peas, Conecuh Sausage, Grilled Red Onion, Bacon, Pepperjack and Cheddar Cheese.
Got each of these in the photo for a buck apiece today at the St. Louis Book Fair at West County Mall.
The Book Fair runs through Sunday.
This one’s a Woodchuck Hard Cider from Vermont. Now available in St. Louis
As Sauce points out in their email this morning, there are numerous food-related books each year at the Book Fair.
I’ll see you there this weekend!
It’s new. It’s open.
In the Loop at the northeast corner of Delmar and Skinker.
They sell huge and delicious cannoli.
They also have some very nice Sfogliatella Riccia, as seen below. You must try one. I insist.
The Cappuccino is pretty good, too! Getcha some.
Open 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday & Sunday
11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. Thursday through Saturday
e.e. cummings fans and k.d. lang fans, take note:
The restaurant name is “prasino,” with a lower case “p.”
prasino is located right off I-70 at the 5th street exit. They’re in the same building as the new Tucanos, where the old Noah’s Ark used to be.
prasino is open at 11:00 a.m. each day thru next Monday. Beginning April 30, they’ll open each day at 8:00 a.m. for breakfast.
They’re offering an Earth Dinner (a sustainably sourced Lobster Stuffed Avocado with chili beurre blanc and mango salsa) thru Friday (4/26), with a portion of the proceeds going to Chefs Collaborative.
The segment of “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives” featuring Guy Fieri’s visit to Highway 61 Roadhouse runs at 7:00 p.m. tonight (Saturday, April 20) and tomorrow (Sunday, April 21) at 2:00 p.m.
DDD is seen on the Food Network.
Here’s a photo of Highway 61 owner Bill Kunz with Guy Fieri.
After four quarterfinal Fiala Food Chef Wars dinners and two semifinal dinners, the two finalists emerged: executive chefs Matt Abeshouse of The Crossing and Adam Gnau of Acero.
On Wednesday, April 17, the sold-out final round dinner at The Crossing—a five-course affair—saw Adam Gnau (pictured below) crowned the winner. Adam’s Artichoke Crostini was voted the best dish of the evening.
The winner was chosen by the diners who rated each course on their scorecards. Diners did not know which chef prepared which dish.
The event also marked the 15th anniversary of The Crossing (in Clayton), which opened on April 15, 1998.
Spicy Shellfish Linguine. New menu item at 1111 Mississippi. Delicious.