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Cityscape
1:21 pm
Fri November 21, 2014

Sound Bites: Mixing Drinks After Losing The Sense Of Smell

Bar manager Joel Clark mixes drinks at The Purple Martin in St. Louis.
Credit Sauce Magazine

Joel Clark, who has been called one of St. Louis’ top craft cocktail bartenders, lost his sense of smell after suffering a seizure in December. Losing a sense is traumatic in itself, but losing the sense of smell also means Clark has lost his sense of taste.

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Cityscape
2:36 pm
Fri October 10, 2014

Sound Bites: A Closer Look At The Modern Butcher

Andrew Jennrich, left, is the head butcher at The Butchery, Truffles Restaurant's new meat market. Brandon Benanck, right, is Truffles' executive chef.
Credit Meera Nagarajan / Courtesy of Sauce Magazine

Butcher shops are changing. Whole-animal butcher shops, using local farm-raised animals, are popping up in St. Louis. In this month's Sound Bites segment on "Cityscape," we talked to local butchers about the benefits of the new trend.

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Cityscape
1:26 pm
Fri September 12, 2014

Sound Bites: St. Louis Sommeliers Debunk Wine Myths

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It turns out wine may not be as highfalutin as many believe.

Wine has only been part of American culture for the last 30 years, sommelier Patricia Wamhoff said, while in Europe it’s part of everyday consumption. More people are looking at wine as a hobby, sommelier Andrey Ivanov said. “It’s very accessible nowadays.”

So we put these experts to the test:

Do you look down at a $5 bottle of wine?

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Cityscape
5:29 pm
Fri February 8, 2013

Soundbites: Rook Cooks

Lou Rook III is Executive Chef at Annie Gunn’s restaurant in Chesterfield, Missouri.  He’s also the author of a new cook book, Rook Cooks.

For our monthly Sound Bites segment in partnership with Sauce Magazine, host Steve Potter talked with Rook and Sauce Magazine Associate Editor Julie Cohen.

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Cityscape
3:06 pm
Fri January 11, 2013

Sound Bites: Little Country Gentleman Offers Unique Dining Experience

Chef-Owner Mike Randolph along with chef de cusine Dale Beauchamp at Little Country Gentleman in Clayton, Missouri
Jonathan Gayman

“The excitement begins with a complimentary half glass of sparkling Lambrusco – the real stuff, fizzy and dry from Italy’s Emilia-Romagna region – and an amuse-bouche,” writes Sauce Magazine food reviewer Michael Renner.

Mike Randolph is the chef-owner Little Country Gentleman which opened in the Fall of 2012.

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Cityscape
12:29 pm
Fri December 14, 2012

Sound Bites With Sauce Magazine: A Year In Review

Representation of Sauce Magazine Restaurant Critic Michael Renner
(Courtesy: Sauce Magazine)

Sauce Magazine readers are accustomed to the annual readers’ choice edition which comes out in July.

At the end of 2012, St. Louis Public Radio has partnered with the publication in our monthly Sound Bites segment to talk about some of the best dishes, trends, and things to look forward to in the coming year.

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Cityscape
4:36 pm
Fri November 9, 2012

Sound Bites With Sauce Magazine: Bread

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Our monthly Sound Bites segment in partnership with Sauce Magazine is about bread.

Host Steve Potter talks with Managing Editor Stacy Shultz, Josh Allen, owner of Companion Bakery, and Ted Wilson, the soon-to-be-owner of Loafers Bakery.

Among other things, they answer Sauce Magazine readers’ questions about bread.

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Cityscape
1:58 pm
Fri October 12, 2012

Sound Bites: Filipino Food On The Rise In St. Louis

(L to R): Steve Potter, Emilio Bombais, Ligaya Figueras, Ammie Maminta-McSwain
Erin Keplinger

Two restaurants which offer Filipino food have opened within the last few weeks.  Emilio Bombais is the owner of Café Manila, a seasonal food stand at the Kirkwood Farmers Market, has opened Manila Bistro in downtown Kirkwood.  Ammie Maminta-McSwain along with her niece, Abby Hernandez, recently took over the Shell Corner Café in downtown St. Louis and offer Filipino food during the lunch hours.

From Cityscape
10:25 am
Fri January 27, 2012

Sound Bites: Getting at the Root of American cuisine

Chef Brian Hardesty in the kitchen at Root.
(Libby Franklin/St. Louis Public Radio)

Root, a new restaurant from executive chef Brian Hardesty, opened in Richmond Heights a week ago today.  In the sixth installment of our series Sound Bites, created in partnership with Sauce Magazine, producer Libby Franklin checks in with Hardesty about his latest project, which seeks to shine a new light on old cuisine.

A Good Year St Louis: Food Trucks
12:00 pm
Mon December 26, 2011

A good year for mobile cuisine with St. Louis food trucks

Hungry food truck fans line up for something yummy to eat at a Food Truck Friday event with Sauce Magazine in 2011.
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2011 was a good year for St. Louis food trucks.

The mobile eats trend exploded on the St. Louis scene after one of the first trucks, Pi On The Spot, hit the pavement in 2010. Now, an ever-growing number of trucks and wagons take to the streets each day, tweeting out their locations so hungry diners can line up for a meal on the run.

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