Feast St. Louis
Feast in St. Louis approaches food as more than just something to eat. It tweets and writes about St. Louis food as a culture. Discover the St. Louis culinary scene with Feast Magazine. The St. Louis food magazine shares a buffet of inspirational cooking ideas, creative kitchen designs, the latest food-related gadgets and everything you want to know about St. Louis-area restaurants.
@saucemagazineSauce Magazine has been part of the St. Louis culinary scene for almost a decade with a widely-distributed printed magazine. It has kept up with changing technology to jump right onto the Twitter wire as well. Twitter allows the magazine to enhance its knowledge to a broader audience, encouraging followers to share their enthusiastic knowledge of St. Louis dining, entertainment and good home cooking. Follow Sauce Magazine to discover insights on food in St. Louis.
St. Louis Bites
Get the low-down truth about food in St. Louis. St. Louis Bites has been reviewing and rating food in the area since 2007. It now shares its thoughts with Twitter followers. If the food is good, St. Louis Bites will give it a thumbs up. If the food is not up to par, it will not hold back every honest thought.
Gut Check St. Louis
Ian Froeb keeps St. Louis in the know about local restaurants with Gut Check. Gut Check is a blog from the St. Louis Riverfront Times website that keeps readers informed about eating in St. Louis. Tweets are updated frequently each day with the latest St. Louis information on food, restaurants and food events.
George Mahe tweets updates several times a day from Relish. This St. Louis Food Magazine food, wine and spirits blog presents readers with the latest area fare. Savor information about area restaurants, food trucks, wineries, events and food-related news. Your taste buds will water while reading information from ice cream to fine dining and everything in between.
Eat It STL
Amy Burdge is the dishing diva in St. Louis. She tweets dazzling details about dining, food and drink in St. Louis. Her tweets include her thoughts on the fare in St. Louis as well as retweets of just about any event involving food in St. Louis, including job openings, how to jazz up French fries, food bank information and charity food events. When she’s not tweeting, she’s blogging at eatitstl.com.
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Every Little Thing
Stacy Anderson is a self-described social media addict, craft beer drinker and natural food eater. She tweets about food in St. Louis. Her tweets correspond with her blog at everylittlething.com. She expresses everything from her fascination with live music to how to eat clean and fresh in St. Louis.
Food Snob STL
Laura Beaver is the food snob in St. Louis, but being snobby may not be what you think. To Laura and her family, it simply means being selective and careful to eat healthy. She is on a journey to prove that wholesome food can be delicious and just as decadent as less-than-healthy options. Her tweets are an extension of her Food Snob St. Louis blog about the local foods she and her family enjoy.
St. Louis Food Trucks
Experience the streets of St. Louis from the inside of a food truck. Always be in the know about where to find your favorite food truck. Follow the tweets of St. Louis Food Trucks to locate your favorite truck each day. Learn more about the food trucks in St. Louis inside this Twitter user’s blog at showmefoodtrucks.com.
Lulu’s Local Eatery
@lulusfoodtruckFrom farm to food truck, this husband-and-wife team share their natural lifestyle with St. Louis. The food they serve is grown locally and their menu items of wraps and bowls are made from scratch with organic ingredients. Even the containers they serve the food in are 100 percent biodegradable. Learn how eating local, fresh and sustainable foods doesn’t have to be complicated by following Lulu’s Local Eatery tweets. Pick up some lunch from Lulu’s and then find a nice spot in St. Louis for a picnic.
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Tere Scott is a freelance writer and author of e-books and two educational blogs. She loves to research information to share. She currently resides in St. Louis. Her work can be found at Examiner.com.