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St. Louis Travel Guide
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Andrew is welcomed to St. Louis institution Smoki O's by owners Otis and Earline Walker, proud purveyors of snoots, or cured pig snouts.
St. Louis is known for its barbecue, and Smoki O's is known for its rib tip and snoots combo meal. Andrew calls their snoots crispy pig nose bacon.
Pig snouts are a main ingredient in Gioia Deli's famous "hot salami."
Paddlefish, found in Lake of the Ozarks in Warsaw, MO, are prehistoric-looking fish with a long bill nose. No one knows the reason for their spatula-like bills.
Female paddlefish have 2 giant egg sacks filled with roe that make up 25% of their individual weight.
Andrew fries up paddlefish roe for his fishermen friends, and learns that paddlefish roe is an acquired taste.
Paddlefish roe can cost up to $40 an ounce once salted and turned into caviar. One female paddlefish, also known as a spoonbill, can yield thousands of dollars in roe.
What’s in the pig heart pastrami at Farmhaus in St. Louis? Raw pig heart, brined and seasoned, then smoked and sliced.
Farmhaus chef Kevin Willmann turns a pig heart into the perfect pastrami for this unique Reuben sandwich.
Pig even makes an appearance at dessert at Farmhaus -- the pecan pie and pear tart topped with butterscotch ice cream and pig liver caramel sauce.
If you stumble upon a "See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil" monkey set, Andrew says you have to buy it, or you’ll have bad luck.
Cevapi, or sausage links made with spiced minced beef, at St. Louis' Grbic Restaurant is a staple of Bosnian cuisine.
Joyce's Corner Kitchen at St. Louis' Soulard Market sells the city's famous fried ravioli, and Jell-O shots.
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