Emmy-winning Feast TV brings Feast Magazine to life through in-depth segments on the stories and recipes found in each issue. Our monthly, half-hour program connects you to the St. Louis region'€™s most innovative culinarians through a fresh, insightful look at the local food scene.

Catch the culinary creations of St. Louis' Southside in the September episode:

--Get in the kitchen with Quincy Street Bistro chef Rick Lewis to see his upscale twist on comfort food come together.

--Dig into three styles of slingers at Southwest Diner, Tiffany’s Original Diner and The Mud House.

--Discover the rich history behind two well-loved south city sandwich shops: LeGrand’s Market & Catering and Gioia’s Deli.

--Hear firsthand from Perennial Artisan Ales’ Phil Wymore and Cory King on their artisan approach to craft brewing.

Feast TV producer Cat Neville rounds out the episode with a demo of Pint Size Bakery & Coffee owner Christy Augustin’s version of caramel apples, paired with Stone Hill Winery's Reserve Traminette.

Be sure to tune into the Nine Network (KETC Channel 9) at 2pm on Sat., Sept. 6, and 1pm on Mon., Sept. 8. Feast TV will also air on the nineCREATE channel throughout the month.

Pick up the recipe and ingredients at both St. Louis locations of Whole Foods Market (Brentwood and Town & Country).

Feast TV is presented by Missouri Wines with support from Whole Foods Market and Roth Living. Produced in partnership with Pounds Media.