Dog Days

Undoubtedly, 1904 was a big year for the hot dog. Its most famous topping, French’s yellow mustard, and the hot dog itself were both exposed to the masses at the World’s Fair in St. Louis. New York can claim French’s as its own, but the biggest hot dog purveyor at the fair was a Missourian.


Smith's Restaurant

Smith’s Restaurant Gets By on Word of Mouth

Owners Mark and Angie Smith of Smith’s Restaurant say their famous Giant Pork Tenderloin Sandwich tops the menu.


A Slice of Pie

A Slice of Pie Celebrates 30 Years

According to Ron Hopson, the key to a good pie is the crust. Ron should know. He and his wife, Mickey, have been baking them at A Slice of Pie for more than thirty years.


AJ's Eat and Drink

Noble Parentage: AJ’s Eat and Drink

After surviving a devastating fire, AJ's Eat and Drink—The Steak House is newly remodeled, highly popular, magnificently flavored in Macon.


Alex's Pizza Palace

For Great Pizza in Rolla, Follow the Students

For more than 50 years, Alex’s Pizza Palace has been serving Rolla locals as well as Missouri S&T students.


Toasted Ravioli St. Louis

Make Toasted Ravioli at Home

This quick and easy recipe for St. Louis style toasted ravioli is perfect for your next party or potluck.


Gooey Butter Cake

Here Are Our Favorite Places to Get Gooey Butter Cake in and Around St. Louis

Legends abound about the true origins of gooey butter cake, with one common denominator—like toasted ravioli, it is purported to be a mistake of glorious proportions.