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Recipes | Restaurant-ing through history

I went there in the late and early The cooks were all old, crabby women, but they made the beat food ever! Miss Hulling’s Sour Cream Noodle Bake. This was a Monday special at the Miss Hulling’s Cafeterias in St.

Menu from Stix, Baer & Fuller in  the 70s (remember when all the department stores had restaurants?)

Menu from Stix, Baer & Fuller in the (remember when all the department stores had restaurants?

The St. Louis Globe-Democrat (informally referred to as The Globe) was originally a daily print newspaper based in St. Louis, Missouri from 1852 until 1986

Louis Globe-Democrat (informally referred to as The Globe) was originally a daily print newspaper based in St. Louis, Missouri, from 1852 until 1986

Remember

I remember a Katz store, in Springfield, Missouri, when I visited Grandma as a child. I was fascinated by the cat sign.

Busch's Grove Restaurant (St. Louis, MO - Ladue)

Busch's Grove, Ladue I remember the bathroom attendants and cute, little cottages you could eat in.

Oldest Known Picture of St. Louis   1814

Oldest Known Picture of St. Louis - c.

Lambert Airport 1960's

View of Airport Terminal Building and Parking Area Lambert - St Louis Municipal Airport MO

my mom & dad loved the Highlands

The Highlands 1963 Fire When we lived in the city, Woodward School we would have our school pinic at the Highlands. It had a wooden roller coaster which was really creepy because you could hear the wood creak when it was going.

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