Chef and TV personality Andrew Zimmern visited Kansas City last month to shoot a meat-centric episode of his Travel Channel show “Bizarre Foods.”
Chef and TV personality Andrew Zimmern visited Kansas City last month to shoot a meat-centric episode of his Travel Channel show “Bizarre Foods.” Submitted photo
Chef and TV personality Andrew Zimmern visited Kansas City last month to shoot a meat-centric episode of his Travel Channel show “Bizarre Foods.” Submitted photo
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  • Ibis Crossroads bakery: Toast to Tartines

    Messenger Coffee Co. + Ibis Bakery opened at 1624 Grand Blvd. in the Crossroads a few weeks ago. In addition to loaves of bread, customers can purchase bread-based options topped with farm-fresh ingredients, including toast and tartines.