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Suzanne Corbett, Food/Travel Editor  Suzanne Corbett is an award-winning writer/producer, culinary teacher, food historian, author of two cookbooks including "The Gilded Table, Recipes and Table His­tory from the Camp­bell House," and her most recent book, "Unique Eats and Eateries in St. Louis." Corbett has articles published in national magazines. 

 

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Planning a Derby Day Party? The Kentucky Hot Brown and Mint Juleps are Sure Bet Winners To Serve


Derby Day, a time to celebrate fast horses, smooth bourbon and the Kentucky Hot Brown. That’s right, the Hot Brown, the signature open-face sandwich that layers turkey, sauce, bacon and tomato on buttery toast. It’s become the “must have,” along with a Mint Julep for Derby fans, or for that matter, anyone who visits Kentucky.

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Why Hofbrauhaus is sure to be the hottest attraction in the Greater St. Louis area


Belleville Mayor Mark Eckert was on hand Wednesday night to welcome one of the most exciting venues to hit our area: Hofbrauhaus. 

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Eat Ice cream and Help Cardinals Care at Clementine’s Creamery


Ice cream diva Tamara Keefe, creator and owner of Clementine’s Naughty and Nice Creamery, has stepped up to the plate once again to help support another great cause. The latest non-profit to reap the sweet rewards from Clementine’s endeavors is Cardinal’s Care through its creation of the Sundae at the Ballpark.

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Homestand Highlights plus tasty treats at Busch and new promotions

You can find just about anything you are looking for from make-your-own-nachos to vegan wraps to barbecue and there's even a cupcake stand at Busch Stadium this year.

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Al Hrabosky joins Descendants of Babe Ruth, others to Celebrate Hot Springs Historic Baseball Trail

  

Descendants of baseball immortal Babe Ruth and Major League legends Ferguson  Jenkins and Al  Hrabosky will help celebrate with Hot Springs on its completion of its internationally famous Historic Baseball Trail March 23 and March 24.

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Stopping in Georgia on the way to Spring Training-- or back


Before March and the Cardinal pre-season comes to an end take a spring break and head south to Florida. Along the way jump off the interstate and check out the sites, especially in Georgia, where I-75 runs through the heart of the state renown for its history, southern hospitality and love of sports.

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Getting back in Shape for Spring Training or Spring Break: Healthy Eating Tips that Yield Successful Workouts

Spring training. Time to get in shape and get healthy.

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Friday is National Pizza Day: Celebrate with Real Napoli, Italy Style


Cold weather days won’t stop anyone from celebrating February’s best events: Mardi Gras, Valentine’s Day, and National Pizza Day, which this year occurs on Friday.

 

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Super Bowl Classic Foods With a Twist


It’s nearly game day, which means its time to party. It also means you need a menu fast. A menu that will make your Super Bowl party a winner.  After all Super Bowl Sunday is all about the food. Fact is Super Bowl has become the second biggest eating day in America after Thanksgiving.

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Food: Getting Ready to Ring in the New Year with Drinks and Snacks

Time to toast the holidays and ring in the New Year with the proverbial cup of cheer. 

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