Slow Food Kansas City holds a Culinary Garage Sale every other year to which raises funds for the organization and other food-oriented local nonprofits and initiatives. Mark your calendars because the next sale will be May 2.
The 2015 barbecue season is now open for Hillsdale Bank Bar-B-Q. When you’re itching for a barbecue adventure in rural Chow Town, Greg and Donna Beverlin are ready to serve you on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays now through through November.
Ink’s Middle of the Map Fest Forum features three food-centric events. Among them: A discussion with chefs Colby Garrelts, Howard Hanna, Patrick Ryan and Nick Wesemann about Kansas City’s growing reputation as a dining destination.
This recipe for Ancho Chili-Rubbed Fish Tacos was created by Dannette Fortner, a Johnson County Community College student chef who used to shy away from fish. That changed when she learned more about ways to prepare it in culinary classes.
Paradise Locker Meats has earned a national reputation supplying star chefs throughout the country with heritage breed hogs raised in Missouri. Now an expansion will allow the Fantasma family to sell their meats at local supermarkets.
The latest installment in Brewery Ommegang’s series of “Game of Thrones”-inspired beers is Three-Eyed Raven Dark Saison Ale, a dark brew has a spicy, fruity flavor and a crisp finish. The beer is now available in Kansas and Missouri.
Shelly Iseman of Leawood, a physical therapist, homemaker and community volunteer, enjoys hosting brunch. Her recipe for Honey Brunch Mimosas from a Colorado junior league cookbook is a family favorite.
Chow Town is the most authoritative take on Kansas City's food scene. The Star’s food and drink experts and a hungry community of guest culinary voices (chefs, bartenders, cookbook authors, a barbecue expert, a culinary student and a personal chef) will offer up a can't-miss daily diet of meaty and delicious tidbits gleaned from all corners of our ever-expanding food scene.