The traditional Eastern European street food is basically a cylindrical cake both stuffed and topped with a variety of yummy treats.
Travis Tucker brings a new before-and-after dinner dining concept to Columbia.
Owner Debbie Baker-Oliver is also opening Triple 3 Vineyard, Winery and Event Center.
He's a coffee roaster as well as a musician.
A few Missouri food-and-drink producers just earned a big national honor.
The coffee shop, housed in a former schoolhouse, offers a rotating seasonal bakery menu.
You can order sushi, Korean barbecue, or combine the two with the Korean BBQ Rolls.
The restaurant comes from the same owners of the beloved Chim’s Thai Kitchen at Cooper’s Landing.
Renu and Rob Olson bring the tastes of Thailand to Columbia with their secret ingredient: Thai basil.
Look for seasonal lattes (in flavors like pumpkin spice and peppermint mocha), craft soda, hot chocolate, bagels and more.
Lindsey Spratt has been running her catering business for four years, and now she's ready to expand.
Pepe Perez prepares authentic tacos, quesadillas, nachos, tamales and more.
The shop works with a single farm in Nicaragua to source its coffee beans, which are roasted by co-owner Wade Buckman.
The chef shares his experiences working as an educator at Columbia Area Career Center.
Episodes highlight local makers, including charcuterie, tofu, escargot and cheese.
They've also got some new sleek packaging.
The owner of the Cajun-style restaurant in downtown Columbia shares his experience with food.
The luggage room is now a kitchen; the waiting room is now a dining room.
The shop specializes in custom hand-decorated sugar cookies for any occasion.
We talked to the head brewer about what he drinks at home, his favorite breakfast in Columbia and why homebrewers should relax.
New owners Leremie and Beth Schaffer have spent the last year learning each recipe and "getting breading down to a science."
Kimsha Rosensteel's blackberry fried chicken has been a big hit.
We caught up with the chef to chat about the importance of fresh, seasonal sourcing, his love of mac 'n' cheese and more.
We caught up with the chef to talk about mac 'n' cheese, Bon Appetit and what he cooks at home.
Inspired by Korean street food, Jina Yoo opens her second restaurant in Columbia.
After 92 years, it's still a favorite spot.
It also gives scholarships to high school students and awards to local farmers to bolster their work in the region.
We recently caught up with the duo to learn where they grab a bite to eat when they’re off the clock.
The portfolio of spirits currently includes a young bourbon whiskey, wheat whiskey and bourbon mash moonshine.
The shop incorporates more American ice cream flavors like cookies, s’mores and cotton candy.
Cotton candy, deep-fried Oreos and light beer aren’t the only eats and drinks enticing visitors at the Missouri State Fair in Sedalia this week.
We caught up with Poelling to talk the perfect chicken-fried steak, Kansas City barbecue and the merits of cinnamon.
Jane Parres raises grass-fed, antibiotic-free beef for area restaurants.
Chef Kwang Yoo, owner of I Am Sushi Burrito and Geisha Sushi Bar, prepares to open his third restaurant
Food allergies and dietary restrictions don’t mean you have to skimp on dessert
Co-owners Rexroy Scott and Collin Russell continue to expand the business that was only meant to be a hobby.
The shop specializes in decadent, towering milkshakes.
Choose from fried or steamed oysters, shrimp, mussels or blue crabs.
The shop specializes in late-night delivery of warm, gooey cookies.
Congrats to all of this year’s winners!
Sushi chef Kwang Yoo shares his background in cooking and details on some of his favorite foods.
It's known for its steaks, especially the rib eye, which is seared in cast iron and served with a balsamic glaze and shrimp.
The mill, originally a flour mill, was built by owner Jeannie Parker's grandfather, Peter Helling, in 1901
It combines the best traits from two beloved sweets: homemade fruit pie and a freshly fried donut.