Tag Archives: Missouri regional foods

Wine and Culinary Tour of Missouri’s Rhine Valley

A tasty tour in Missouri in the Columbia Tribune: http://www.columbiatribune.com/arts_life/food/a-wine-and-culinary-tour-of-missouri-s-rhine-valley/article_ad74cdaa-2538-11e3-9bdd-10604b9f1ff4.html

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Tasty Eats in Missouri’s Rhine Valley

Old wine casks, grape arbors, and food pairings by Chef Eddie Neill of St. Louis thrilled visitors to Missouri’s Rhine Valley near Hermann. Photos here of visitors Paula MaHaffy and Danielle Goodman of St. Louis, and Jason and Kristina Hampton … Continue reading

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Pied at the church picnic

I went to an annual church picnic in Eldon week ago and tasted something we need to discuss: green tomato pie. It sat on a little round paper plate among slices of peach pie, apple pie, berry cobbler and German … Continue reading

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Be Your Own Wurstmeister

After 42 years in the sausage making business, Mike Sloan of the Wurst Haus in Hermann has started offering classes. I attended one along with 22 others, some local but most from other parts of Missouri, Kansas and Illinois. We … Continue reading

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Pick a Peck

Photo by Nathan Furstenau Ripened on a tree, juice-dripping and magnificent, it’s not too late for Missouri peaches. If you’re up for a country drive, nine-plus peach orchards and markets near Lexington along the Sante Fe Trail (Highway 24) have … Continue reading

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Tomato Tales

In an informal survey (read while walking around during my day), the tomato was the unanimous pick for favorite garden vegetable. Americans eat an average of about 100 pounds of medium-sized tomatoes per year, according to Robert Hendrickson in American … Continue reading

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For the Love of Food

Check out the June 2013 J-School Magazine (scroll down for Savor Missouri coverage)! http://journalism.missouri.edu/june-2013/the-love-of-food.php

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