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Mike Emerson has cooked with Super Smokers founder Skip Steele at the prestigious Memphis in May barbecue contest, but midtown St. Louis is the big winner now that he's... More »
Hoosier food is elevated to haute status at this unassuming South St. Louis outpost, where chef and owner Tom Coghill (previously head kitchen honcho at Frazer's... More »
After winning fans at local competitions and the Wildwood farmers' market, Paul Lamers and Mark Ruck opened PM BBQ to showcase their Memphis-style barbecue. The half-chicken, with... More »
Skip Steele grew up in Memphis and has been barbecuing as a hobby and a profession for most of his life. His pedigree includes Super Smokers BBQ, the Memphis in May... More »
17th Street Bar & Grill 1711 West Highway 50, O'Fallon, Illinois; 618-622-1717. Mike Mills has been named grand champion at the annual Memphis in May... More »
Alastair Nisbet has reinvented his Tower Grove East gastropub to feature rustic American cuisine such as barbecue and chili. Tender and tasty smoked meats include... More »
C&K -- a 40-year veteran of the local barbecue scene -- serves it sloppy and tasty. The liquidy sauce has heavy tomato overtones in its aroma and a visible dose of black... More »
The heartiest of the food found along the old Blues Highway is the stock-in-trade of this charming Webster Groves spot. From old favorites like... More »
In spite of its swanky Ladue address, Lester Miller's encore to Busch's Grove doesn't venture too far from the standard sports-bar menu. You'll find... More »
There are no adjectives to describe the burgers at Grandpa Mischeaux's, arguably the best burgers in the city. There are only facts: 1.2... More »
Jim Randall is walking toward the front door of BBQ ASAP, the restaurant he and his wife Mary opened last year, and I am very, very nervous. In his hands he holds an aluminum tray filled with barbecue right off the smoker. What sort of barbecue I can't tell — a tent of foil covers it — but from the way...
Look: I can tell you that Hendricks BBQ sprawls across 17,000 square feet on two floors. I can tell you that this restaurant along St. Charles' historic Main Street is also slated to be a live-music venue and a moonshine distillery (neither is operational yet), that it seats some 600, that the...
Poultry occupies a neglected corner of the barbecue pantheon. It's the Ringo tune on a Beatles album, the pitcher batting with the bases loaded. Even in the hands of a barbecue master, birds are liable to disappoint — not because they're bad, but because you know you could be, you should be, eating pork or beef brisket instead.
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