While at this store, I read a wonderful tale about the history of aprons. This story truly moved me and brought a tear to my eye. It persuade me to purchase an apron of my own which I use daily. This store has changed my life, and the way I cook.
This was one of my favorite shops to visit while in St. Charles. I cannot wait to return next August! Friendly staff and more choices than you know what to do with. I can't wait to try out all of the items I purchased. The prices were very reasonable and alot more value for your money than buying spices at the grocery store.
Before the current state capitol was built in Jefferson City, legislators debated slavery and states rights in this historic area
of St. Charles. After Missouri became a state in 1826, the people of St. Charles provided this site as ...
This family owned restaurant treats its guests as if they were guests at their own home, and is the next
best thing to having dinner at Mom's house. All of the food at Tony's is homemade. The soups are ...