Since 1996, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch has published a weekly restaurant recipe request column called "Special Request". In 2011, I became its author (!!!) and am creating the list of all the local St. Louis restaurant recipes which have been published over the years. Many recipes are online. However, many other recipes are not available online, especially from the early years. Some recipes are published in two cookbooks published by the Post-Dispatch. Enjoy our local restaurants! About This List SPECIAL REQUEST COLUMN All the recipes listed here have been published in 'Special Request', the St. Louis Post-Dispatch's popular restaurant recipe request column, published Wednesdays in the Food section. Beginning in 1996, Special Request recipes were published in the print edition of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and beginning some time later (I'm still figuring out exactly when) online at StlToday.com. PLEASE KNOW This list is a work in progress and a labor of love! There are many restaurants to add and several hundred more recipes to list. Looking for a particular restaurant or recipe? Leave a comment and I'll add it sooner than later. This list was developed and is maintained by Alanna Kellogg, author of the online recipe column Kitchen Parade (the site you're visiting), the food blog about vegetables, A Veggie Venture and since 2011, the Special Request column for the Post-Dispatch. MARY BILLINGS After more than ten years and an amazing run of 501 columns, Mary Billings retired from writing the Special Request column in 2011. We all owe Mary a debt of gratitude for her work, see more about her retirement. TO REQUEST A RECIPE Do your favorite St. Louis-area restaurant a big favor by making a recipe request. When published, the space allotted is the equivalent of a half-page or three-quarter-page ad, with no cost to the restaurant. Is there a dish
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