ST. LOUIS — This holiday season is shaping up to be a little closer to normal for so many people in the St. Louis area. In 2020, pandemic restrictions meant many people spent the holidays having socially distanced outdoor meals and drive-by present drop-offs.
Kitchens will be filled again with familiar aromas, helping hands from all generations and fond memories in the making. Living rooms will be packed with presents – and little ones eager to open them in front of adoring loved ones. Dining rooms will be jammed with extra seats at the table, plates piled high and family members sharing the kinds of stories only an extra special cup of eggnog can bring out.
The Abby Eats St. Louis podcast team at 5 On Your Side wants to hear how you’re making it happen this year. Our hotline is open for the 3rd annual holiday call-in episode, and we want to hear from you!
Leave us a voicemail at 314-532-6012.
We’re collecting your stories to share with fellow podcast listeners. Feel free to answer any of the questions below of just tell us what you’re most excited for this holiday season.
- What are you thankful for this year?
- What’s your family’s favorite holiday tradition?
- What’s the story that’s shared every time your loved ones get together this time of year?
- What are you eating, cooking, drinking or toasting to as we round out the year?
Leave us a voicemail with your name and city, and you just might hear yourself on the 3rd annual Abby Eats St. Louis holiday call-in episode. You can listen to 2020’s listener call-in episode here and the one from 2019 here.
You can also email us a note or voice memo at email@example.com. The deadline to share your story is Monday, Dec. 20.
Listen for your stories in a future podcast episode.
In the meantime, subscribe to Abby Eats St. Louis for free on your favorite podcast app so you don’t miss a single bite of St. Louis’ tasty food scene.
About Abby Eats St. Louis
Abby Llorico tells the story of St. Louis based on what’s on the table. From the hunger for local ingredients, to the booming brunch scene and the craving for creative cocktails, Abby dives into the nitty-gritty of how St. Louis grew to become the foodie town that it is.
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