Item of the Week
Market, November 15, 2011 | 9 am - 1 pm
Mauthe's Progress Milk Barn is now offering their milk in glass bottles - a beautiful, eco-friendly way to get your milk, all while feeling like you've stepped back in time. How does it work? Simply pay a deposit ($4 for a half gallon, $2 for a quart), then buy your choice of whole, reduced fat or skim milk ($3.50 for a half gallon, $2 for a quart). Bring your empty glass bottle each week and just pay for another fresh half gallon or quart of local, farm fresh milk.
Market, November 17, 2011 | 3 pm - 7 pm
With all the cleaning, cooking and prepping for the holidays, it's nice to have something around to snack on - and preferably something healthy. Grab some hummus from Nur's Kitchen to keep on hand for those moments when you just need a quick snack between errands. Nur's red lentil balls make a fast, tasty, substantial meal without taking up too much precious fridge space.
Market, November 19, 2011 | 8 am - 12 noon
Are you lucky enough to be a guest at somebody else's house for Thanksgiving Dinner? Better not show up empty handed! Anita de Boisblanc of White Wood Farms has jams, preserves and pepper jellies that make great host or hostess gifts. Pick up a jar or, even better, one of her holiday gift sets. Local, delicious and beautifully packaged, they're the perfect compliment to any chef. Also, please note that we're expanding our Saturday market to include vendors facing the sidewalk on Girod Street, so be sure to check them out. You all know and love the guys at Indian Springs. We thought they might like some company.
of the Week
It’s not Thanksgiving in New Orleans without Oyster Dressing. Every family has their own favorite version, but this one comes from Frank Davis’s Creole sidekick Mary Clare. Play around with our recipe to create a side dish that everyone will be begging for again next year.