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Missouri Summer Festivals 2017

With celebrations of everything from food, music and regional heritage to the arts, the nation’s founding and international cultures, Missouri has a variety of fairs and festivals to enjoy this summer. Your summer travels in the Show-Me State might lead to the El Dorado Springs Picnic (July 20-22), a community tradition that includes nightly performances by the El Dorado Springs …

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Spring Into 2017 Festival Season In The Show-Me State

With gentle breezes, mild days and nature filled with a riot of blooming dogwoods and redbuds, Missouri in spring is a little slice of heaven. A heaven filled with fantastic things to eat and drink, every genre of music and entertainment imaginable, glorious art and creative crafts, and celebrations of a time of renewal. Get ready to travel: it’s the …

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Missouri Eats: CB Social House

If you’ve said all Springfield, Missouri, needs is another location of City Butcher and Barbecue, you’re in luck – sort of. City Butcher owners Cody Smith and Jeremy Smith recently opened the doors to CB Social House, a sister restaurant located downtown. They serve up a butcher-centric, Southern-inspired menu with nods to the barbecue joint, including a 42-ounce tomahawk rib-eye …

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Great Comfort Food Spots in Missouri

How do you define comfort food? For some, comfort food is a connection to the past. Perhaps you’re searching for a fried chicken recipe that turns out like Grandma’s. Or maybe you’re waking up early on weekends to make biscuits and gravy for the kids, just like Mom did for you when you were little. For others, comfort food is …

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Missouri Eats: Hendricks BBQ

Hendricks BBQ has made a big impression in the St. Louis area. Customers will wait up to two hours for a table on any given Saturday evening to get their fingers on the St. Charles eatery’s popular pepper-crusted smoked brisket, and they’ll always make room for fixin’s like collard greens, baked beans with bacon and creamy mac ‘n’ cheese. The …

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Grab a Bite on the Katy Trail

Missouri’s Katy Trail is an excellent gateway to a variety of Missouri adventures. Not only does the 240-mile trail offer quick access to campgrounds and fantastic photo opportunities, it’s located close to a several bed and breakfasts, retail shops, cities of varying sizes and, naturally, excellent restaurants and wineries. No matter what types of food and drink your palate prefers, …

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Mouth-watering Missouri Norton BBQ Sauce Recipe

Whether you’re grilling or smoking, cooking out is synonymous with summer. Missouri wine in your glass, something delicious on the grill and fresh air in your lungs. Who could ask for more? How about adding mouth-watering homemade barbecue sauce to the mix? Perfection! This BBQ sauce is rich (thanks to the wine), slightly sweet, and nicely thick with just a …

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Missouri Eats: The BBQ Saloon

Barbecue and whiskey are everywhere right now, with chefs and restaurateurs pairing the two inherently smoky items together in restaurant concepts across the region. One such recent addition to the St. Louis food-and drink scene is The BBQ Saloon, located in the space formerly occupied by The Majestic Restaurant & Bar at Euclid and Laclede avenues in the Central West …

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14 Reasons You Don’t Need to Be at Work Today

It’s taunting you. The unused vacation days counter on your timesheet is growing right before your eyes. But there’s too much work to do. You can’t afford a day off, right? Wrong. Unless you’re a brain surgeon and lives are on the line, it’s not going to hurt you to miss a day of work (sorry, Doc, you better punch …

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Enjoy Live Music and BBQ at Round Barn Blues

When my husband and I attend Round Barn Blues I think his favorite part is the amazing music while my favorite part is sitting under the trees on the lawn beside the famous Round Barn eating barbeque beef sandwiches. If you love live Blues music you will not want to miss the Round Barn Blues on September 20th  in Kirksville. For one …

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