Tiger Tailgating Starts Here

Are you ready for some football? We are! And whether you're Houston-bound or gathering with friends to watch the game at home, we can make your festivities more fun. Even ...

Pop-Up Farmers Market Subject of TV Show

As we prepare for our next Pop-Up Farmers Market Sept. 7, we wanted to share This Week in Louisiana's short video filmed at the August market. Taylor Frey discusses the ...

Capital Chefs’ Showcase Tickets Available

Alexander's Chef Scott Duplantis filmed a WAFB cooking segment recently to promote the upcoming Capital Chefs' Showcase.


Lunch Box Ideas

Some of your (and our) favorite food brands just made life easier ...

Alexander’s Named Family Favorite

Readers of Baton Rouge Parents magazine named Alexander's Highland Market a 2014 ...

Big Flavor in Small Batch Brewing

It's fitting that Chris Peneguy and Stevie Guillory sold their first bag ...

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Pop-Up Farmers Market Sunday

Luckett Farms will headline the next Pop-Up Farmers Market Sunday, Aug. 10, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. with a spread of freshly picked squash, cucumbers, bell peppers, tomatoes, zucchini, okra, and potatoes grown at its Pride and Central acreage. There will also be a book signing by author of “The Traveling Apron,” Aimee Broussard, a local who traded a career in corporate insurance to travel, blog, and publish. Broussard’s booth will include her “Kitchen Spirit” aprons, just in time for tailgate season. “We bring the ‘it’ in spirit,” she says.

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Local Jammery Jammin’ with New Products

When Ashley Savoy began canning preserves and jellies a few years ago, her mission was simple: Keep it local, and make it fresh. “The consumer shouldn’t have to pull out a dictionary to understand what they’re eating,” says Savoy, owner of GrinningJupiter Jammery.

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Wine Dinner: “A Night in Tuscany”

There may be no frigate like a book to take us lands away, but most foodies will argue that taste buds do a fair job of transcontinental transportation. And so we invite neighbors to join us as we visit central Italy, a slow-food, sit-and-sip-and-eat foodie capital of the world, for a night of Tuscan tapas and Italian wine sampling.

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Ruston Peaches Now In

A large peach contains just 70 calories, 3 grams of fiber, and vitamins A and C – but that’s not why most people eat them. Available only a few warm months of the year, the sweet fruit is as bright as an extra hour of sunlight on a July evening, as fuzzy and soft as the sand underfoot on a picnic at the beach. A juicy, tangy, sweet bite into a peach is truly a taste of summer, and we can’t get enough of the season or the seasonal yield.

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Timberlake Tequila?

Justin Timberlake may be coming to New Orleans next month, but he’s come to Baton Rouge NOW – at least in spirit.

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