Andrew wants you to meet him in St. Louis, as the song goes, and get a taste of this river city’s diverse neighborhoods, serving up iconic barbecue and rarer fare like pig snouts and paddlefish roe.Go to Episode
Smoki O's has the best snoots in St. Louis. What are snoots? Pig snouts cured overnight, seasoned with cayenne pepper, garlic and salt, then grilled and served with barbecue sauce.
1545 N. Broadway, St. Louis, MO 63102
Founded in 1779, this is one of the oldest farmer's markets in the country. Harr Family Farms sells cheek bacon while Joyce's Corner Kitchen serves up fried ravioli and Jell-O shots.
730 Carroll St, St. Louis, MO 63104
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