Pizza Delicious and Green to Go at the French Market this Week

A Partnership of SoFAB and the French Market Corporation


Sundays and Wednesdays at the French Market, New Orleans, LA

The Southern Food and Beverage Museum and the French Market will team up every week to host a series of free programs that highlight the cuisine and culinary culture of New Orleans. Expect to see cooking demos, food conversations, and musical entertainment throughout the year at the French Market Fare stage in the Farmers Market,  located between Ursulines and Governor Nicholls Streets.

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French Market Fare is held from March to November, every Sunday at 2 PM. Made From the Market is held every Wednesday at 2:30 PM during the Crescent City Farmer’s Market at the French Market.

Please contact for more information, and we look forward to seeing you in the market!  The French Market has plenty of great programs going on throughout the year, too, so be sure to check their events page for the latest news. To get a glimpse of what we do each week, be sure to check out SoFAB’s photos on Facebook, where our photographer Stephen Binns captures all the action shots.


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Wednesday, October 29

Greg Augarten and Mike Friedman, owners and operators of Pizza Delicious,  will demonstrate how to make one of their famous New York style pizzas topped with marinated farm fresh kale.


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Sunday, November 2

Green to Go is a local, family owned mobile food company dedicated to bringing healthy food to the streets of New Orleans. They serve a variety of salads, coordinated by color, and focus on incorporating local products into each dish.




Wednesday, November 5

Booty’s Street Food in the Bywater showcases street food from around the world, paired with globally-inspired cocktails. Inspired by owner Nick Vivion’s travels as a travel journalist, the menu spans the globe from Nigeria to Nicaragua, offering a world palate in a shareable feast.


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Sunday, November 9

The demonstration team at Whole Foods Market Broad Street are ready to showcase a new healthy recipe for the changing seasons.



Wednesday, November 12

Chef Dan Esses, owner of Esses Foods and Frenchman restaurant The Three Muses, shares a couple of ways to enjoy a delicious meal with his handmade pastas and sauces.



Sunday, November 16

CoolBrew is the original cold-brewed, natural, fresh coffee concentrate created in 1989 by the late pharmacist and renaissance man, Phillip McCrory. Phil’s quest for a better tasting and less acidic coffee led him to the re-discovery of the cold-dripped process long familiar in the city of New Orleans. His son, Jeff McCrory, will demonstrate a few new ways to use the family’s product to create amazing drinks for anytime of the day.



Wednesday, November 19

Kristen Preau, the “Jambalaya Girl” will show off her family’s quick and tasty jambalaya recipe with fresh veggies from the Crescent City Farmer’s Market. Cook Me Somethin’ Mister is a New Orleans family business offering New Orleans party food products.


Sunday, November 23

Chef Christian Green, a Dillard University Alumn and former contestant on Fox’s MasterChef series, will demonstrate a dish and share a few tips on how to manage the stress of holiday cooking.


Wednesday, November 26

Learn more about the honey business with Jerry Burg and sample a few of his locally harvested honeys during the Crescent City Farmer’s Market.


Sunday, November 30

Kid Chef Eliana wraps up a whirlwind year of cooking, eating, and communicating about food with the last demonstration of the 2014 French Market Fare Series.



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