The Buffalo Meet Chick'n takes a classic spicy chicken sandwich and makes it completely plant-based.
Try the "chicken" sandwich with coconut cheese and vegan ranch or loaded nachos smothered in quinoa taco "meat."
Martin Rice Co. specializes in the long-grain sticky aromatic rice, which is traditionally imported from Thailand.
Look for potato skins, towering sandwiches and from-scratch banana pudding.
It’s no secret that Missouri and Kansas are known for serving some of the country’s best ‘cue. Cities have their own specialties – burnt ends in Kansas City, pork steaks in St. Louis – but no matter your location, most barbecue joints have at least one menu item in common: pulled pork sandwi…
The Cape Girardeau brewery uses historic and wild yeast strains to produce an ever-changing lineup of unique beers.
The signature dessert is available in flavors like classic New York-style and the best-selling crème brûlée.
The restaurant offers pub fare like wings, street tacos and pretzels.
Look for a prickly pear and jasmine blossom beer and another featuring cranberry, apple and baharat,
Owner Su Hill offers traditional Thai dishes, plus sushi and some Korean dishes.
Owner Greg Franklin has come up with nearly 250 flavors of cheesecake.
DeWayne Schaaf will soon debut his own house brews.
DeWayne Schaaf’s focus is on sour and wild/mixed fermentation beers brewed with Norwegian yeast strains
When it opens this summer, the new brewery will focus on sour and wild/mixed fermentation beers.
The menu will feature smoked meats and bourbon-infused sides.
A seven-barrel system brews original recipes that Cape Girardeau locals have come to love.
This month, he'll be formally inducted into the Barbecue Hall of Fame.
The restaurant will host four resident chefs in its first year: Kelly Spencer, David Bailey, Holly Cunningham and James Allen.
Bee pollen is touted for its high protein content.
Wine Spectator recently awarded 38 restaurants throughout Missouri with accolades for their wine selections. The Wine Spectator 2014 Restaurant Awards named nearly 3,800 restaurants as award winners worldwide, across all 50 states and more than 80 countries and territories.
Becoming the eighth recognized wine trail in Missouri, The Mississippi River Hills Wine Trail is located just 75 miles south of Saint Louis via Highway 55. It currently consists of six family owned and operated wineries, stretching through 40 scenic miles between Perryville and Cape Girardeau.
As you near the end of the winding drive that leads to Jones Heritage Farm & Market in Cape Girardeau County, Mo., you'll find a major obstacle in reaching your destination: chickens. They cluck about, pecking the gravel-laden path with feigned oblivion to your presence and your attempts…