Chocolatier Meggie Ladendecker launched the business in April.
Owner Brad Zulick also hopes to add online sales.
It's the ultimate sweet and savory topping.
Its line of chocolate bars was created in collaboration with confectioner Kakao Chocolate.
The concept will be home to The Tipsy Goat, It's Easy As Pie and more.
Coffee and craft beer combine at the collaborative new concept.
Fox got his start at the Michelin-starred Ubuntu in Napa Valley, California, serving dishes like spring peas with white chocolate, macadamia nuts and lavender almonds.
The farm’s new honey sticks and honey dippers are the perfect additions to tea, coffee and smoothies.
Old North Provisions, a locally sourced grocery store, event space and comfort-food buffet, will open this summer.
The shop offers carefully curated vintage furniture and modern housewares.
Jonathan Parker's beloved neighborhood shop is now heading into a new chapter.
The company recently launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund the promotion of its new lemonade line.
Every recipe is paired with a playful illustration by Ruby Taylor, making the drinks even more bubbly.
Look for vegan grab-and-go food, baked goods, plant-based beverages and ethically sourced gifts.
Vendors include Made Fare Co., The Tamale Man, Dang Good Produce and more.
Leszcz has collaborated with local businesses including Sump Coffee, Confluence Kombucha, Lulu’s Local Eatery, Sardella, Privado and more.
Thin, crispy and lightly salted, these preservative-free yellow-corn masa chips are famous for spoiling appetites before your entrée even arrives.
The brick-and-mortar shop allows you to browse an expanded inventory of local products sourced by Chris McKenzie.
Gonzalo Guzmán went from dishwasher to 35-year-old chef and co-owner of perhaps San Francisco’s hottest Mexican spot, Nopalito.
Larder & Cupboard’s strawberry-lemon verbena preserves and apricot-lemon-thyme preserves jointly won a 2018 Good Food Award in the preserves category.
Nosrat dedicates the first half of the book to a fascinating crash course in nearly everything you’ve ever wanted to know about the way food looks, feels, smells and tastes.
Her kitchen collection includes 100-percent cotton flour-sack towels screen-printed with recipes from local chefs and food bloggers.
Nearly two decades ago, Holly Cunningham started Hollyberry as a corporate gift business.
Products are made using high-quality porcelain imported from Europe and fired in studio in Kirkwood, Missouri.
The offerings range from simple to mildly challenging, but all are achievable for the determined home cook.
The shop features lifestyle products with a focus on quality and functionality.
Each item is made by Chelsea Wilkins in her basement studio, where she uses a slab roller, a medium-sized kiln and a rainbow of glazes.
The breadth of fungi options means the recipes also are wonderfully varied.
The corner storefront is nearly twice the size of the original.
The Merricks are working toward making Craftbot Coolers the go-to for craft beverage companies to take their branding to the next level.
For Bianco, a James Beard award-winning chef who owns Pizzeria Bianco in Phoenix, it all began with pizza.
Love Katie’s Pizza & Pasta Osteria?
The award-winning bakery, which closed its doors following a fire in October 2016, reopened its Soulard shop on August 3
The craft-beer bottle shop is moving just around the corner.
It’s no surprise that the lives of Mike Mills, a Barbecue Hall-of-Famer with four World Champion titles and three Memphis in May Grand World Champion titles, and his daughter Amy revolve around family and barbecue.
The multi-faceted concept will also serve as a washing, packaging and storage facility for Good Life Growing.
The high-quality olive oil is shipped straight from a fruitful grove in Sparta to a storefront in St. Louis.
Earlier this year, the CSA expanded into a restaurant, Mac’s Local Eats, inside Tamm Avenue Bar, and opened a retail storefront next door.
Chef Elisabeth Prueitt gets it. She’s co-founder of San Francisco’s famous Tartine Bakery & Cafe and restaurant Tartine Manufactory, as well as a mom to a 9-year-old daughter.
Time to pop bottles and clink drinks: This month, we’re celebrating the winners of the 2017 Feast 50 Awards! The August issue, which also marks Feast’s seventh anniversary, is our annual hat tip to the men and women who are defining the flavor of our region.
Look for fan favorite Velvet Underbrown and the new Squeezebox Lemon.
Along with running the shop on a taste-before-you-buy philosophy, the duo collaborate with other local businesses to host community classes on barbecue, beer and whiskey at the shop.
Just in time for summer, the cookbook features more than 90 frozen-cocktail recipes perfect for a summer picnic, cookout or at-home happy hour.
Owner and granola-maker Irene Reinkemeyer says the new space will help her expand production and grow locally.
The locally produced Greek olive oil is opening a storefront.
Dry waffle mix and sprayable, 100-percent maple syrup debut this month in local stores.
Mixing up top-notch cocktails at home just got a little easier.
Katie Collier is bringing authentic Italian cuisine into the everyday kitchen.
The condiment company offers other flavors such as spicy garlic and deli-style pickles.
Formerly known as ReTrailer Tea Co., Lisa Govro's tea company has an all-new look and an expanded team.
It's available in hot and mild and sold in 16- and 32-ounce jars.
The handcrafted cured-meat company debuted a retail counter inside the specialty food store.
In Alton, Illinois, a new shop offers a selection of gourmet sweets.
The book debunks matcha misconceptions and shares how to brew a cup – or mix it into a cocktail – at home.
The jelly-like confection is inspired by pâtés de fruit.
Fans of uniquely flavorful cooking components have a new specialty shop to pick up some prime products.
The beer and sauce hybrid shop will run on a "taste-before-you-buy" philosophy.
The shop's new owners plan to preserve the store's hallmarks of aged beef, pork, chicken, bratwurst and wild game, but to also add new farm-to-table elements.
Told in his trademark irreverent style, the recipes draw on Talde’s Filipino heritage as well as his love for American fast food.
Bulgaria is the only place in the world that the yogurt culture Lactobacillus bulgaricus can be naturally harnessed.
Her first cookbook combines her signature beautiful photography and delicious recipes with a few irreverent stories.
The shop features 40 different varieties of loose-leaf tea alongside smoothies, wraps, salads and more.
Sate that devilish sweet tooth with some saccharine delights by visiting one of St. Louis’ premier candy shops. From chocolatey truffles and sticky caramels to rainbow-colored gummies and tasty taffy, you can’t go wrong with any of the following selections. Here are five of our favorite plac…
Last summer, Local Harvest Catering in St. Louis quietly became Seed Sprout Spoon.
The delicate, slightly crunchy shells of the macarons are traditional, yet the chewy insides are filled with creative flavor combinations.
Woodworker Collin Garrity believes you shouldn’t have to sacrifice function for visual appeal.
You’ll find the essentials – pots, pans, spatulas, spoons – and other fun and functional items like aprons, rolling pins, short-stack edition cookbooklets, gifts and more.
It’s filled with four locally inspired flavors as well as a seasonal white chocolate-peppermint flavor.
Twinkle Brews candles are made from hand-cut recycled beer bottles – labels intact – filled with 100-percent soy wax that’s fragranced with the notes of the beer once found in the bottles.
Nourish at Home officially launched in October to provide busy families with high-quality meal components using local ingredients.
All are made with all-natural milk chocolate, pumpkin pie flavorings and spices.
The bar-supply shop is now open in The Grove.