Super Salads at the French Market this Saturday!

A Partnership of SoFAB and the French Market Corporation

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Saturdays 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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Made From the Market is held every Saturday at 11 AM during the French Market’s new Saturday Market.

Please contact kelsey@southernfood.org 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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Saturday, April 2

Join local farmer Jimmy Delery as he shares a few secrets to Super Salads!

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Saturday, April 11: NO DEMONSTRATION! Enjoy the French Quarter Festival!

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Wednesday and Saturday, April 15 and 18
Join SoFAB Staff as they share tips and recipes for making the most of the spring produce now available in the market!
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