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Shop Like a Chef: A Food Lover's Guide to St. Louis Neighborhoods

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From South City to the North Side, from Frontenac to Clayton, and from Creve Coeur to University City, this guide explores the independent grocers, ethnic markets, and specialty food stores of greater St. Louis. Local food advocate and chef Clara Moore and food and beverage writer Matt Sorrell discuss where to buy a wide range of ingredients and the necessary equipment to ...more
Paperback, 250 pages
Published November 1st 2013 by Everything Goes Media
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