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The holidays are for sipping hot cocoa by the fireside, basking in the glow of festive lights and spending time with those we love. But we all know the looming list of those to buy for can weigh on these memorable moments. Don’t let the daunting task of shopping tarnish your holiday! We have…

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The Holidays are the season for sharing your table. It’s a time for gathering our loved ones in cozy spaces and feeling the warmth of family and friendship. This year, squeeze in more of that precious time with those you love by using our holiday party guide. From smoked Thanksgiving turkeys to wine and cheese boards, local experts are here to make the holidays less stressful and more delicious!

It’s about that time to break out the blanket fort and huddle up until the holidays! To make things a little easier on you as the temperature drops, we have a few of our favorite December cocktails on hand. Cheers!

Time to start bundling up. There isn’t much better than a nice, warm cocktail when the cold weather is beating you down, and the Hot Toddy is up to the task. Here are a few variations on the classic winter warmer.

Feast goes Behind the Apron with David Bailey of Bailey's Restaurants. Bailey discusses his journey from opening a small chocolate bar in Lafayette Square to expanding into seven unique restaurant concepts, multiple locations and a full-fledged catering business.

Feast on St. Louis goes Behind the Apron with James Beard award-winning chef, Kevin Nashan. He talks about his journey to becoming a chef and his two different but equally amazing restaurants, Sidney Street Cafe and Peacemaker Lobster & Crab.

Explore St. Louis hosted a panel of the top local restaurant owners to discuss the vibrant St. Louis food scene and the unique flavors of the Midwest. Learn about the necessary ingredients to create a foodie destination. 

This is my favorite time of year, but it’s also probably the busiest and most stressful. Our calendars are booked with parties and special events. We are hosting guests, traveling and shopping for gifts. It’s not the time of year anyone wants to transform their diet. So instead, think of small swaps you can make to your classic recipes to make your holidays a little healthier. 

This time of year is always my favorite. There is so much to be grateful for, especially enjoying the company of family and friends with a home-cooked meal. Try this Stuffed Acorn Squash recipe for a healthy winter treat.

What I love most about October is the cooler weather, the smell of cinnamon and spice, the changing leaves and that fall festivities are in full swing. These things instantly conjure up fond childhood memories as I reminisce about my dad pulling my friends and I around on a hayrack ride. Our…

Berries are wonderfully diverse — if occasionally confusing — fruits. Botanists are quick to point out that, technically speaking, bananas and eggplants are berries while strawberries and raspberries are not. Some varieties can thrive even in freezing temperatures. For others, only the tropics will do. “Heading into the cold and often gray winter months, there’s something special about adding some color to your meals.

Take an insider look at customer favorites and samplers from Burgers' Smokehouse. Find out more from Steven Burger about gifts you can order online like the Ultimate Bacon Sampler, Pride of Missouri sausage-and-cheese sampler, Wild Game Sampler and more.

Just in time for Thanksgiving, this month's Ham How-To video showcases a different Burgers' Smokehouse whole meat – Hickory Smoked Whole Turkey. Cat Neville and Steven Burger show us how simple it is to prepare a traditional smoked turkey for your holiday table.

The Missouri Craft Distillers Guild was created to bring together our state’s craft distilleries and speak with a unified voice to spread the message that quality and local can go hand in hand. From the northern border to the Bootheel, there are incredible craft distilleries to be found and …

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Winemakers across the state have had to get creative growing grapes in the unpredictable Missouri weather. Hybrid varieties like the Chambourcin are able to hold up to the sometimes harsh climate. Known for its spicy, earthy taste, follow Feast as we explore the Chambourcin at Chaumette Vine…