Pop-Up Farmers Market in Pictures

It's hard to describe how perfectly fall weather, local farmers, foodies, and faithful customers combined to make our sixth pop-up farmers market last Sunday our best yet, so we'll show ...

Get Pumped: Visit Our “Patch”

Pumpkins are in! And nothing says fall quite like the big round orange variety of squash that's native to North America and popular on front porches and in pies, lattes, ...

October Wine Dinner: Tour de France

Join us Oct. 22 at 6:30 p.m. as we transform our cafe into a French bistro and transport diners to southern France during our bimonthly wine dinner. The Tour de ...

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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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Harvest Days at October Pop-Up Farmers Market

The first 50 people to attend Alexander’s Highland Market’s October Pop-Up Farmers Market on Sunday, Oct. 5, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 18111 Highland Market Drive and visit Southern Art’s booth will receive a free bottle of Southern Art No. 1 Handcrafted Hot Sauce, a local product recently named a Martha Stewart American Made 2014 Food Finalist.

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Tiger Tailgating Headquarters Now Open

It never rains in Tiger Stadium, right? But we’re expecting to reign this Saturday night when our 8th-ranked LSU Tigers take on the Mississippi State Bulldogs!

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Louisiana Raw Sugar – A Family Affair

For 70 years, the Romero family of Youngsville, La., has owned and operated Three Brothers Farm, a 29-acre site in Lafayette Parish specializing in harvesting sugar cane. From the homegrown sugarcane, father-and-son co-owners Bob and Chris Romero produce, package, and sell raw sugar in their FDA-approved kitchen with no additives or preservatives. Alexander’s recently began carrying the local all-natural product in 1- and 3-lb containers. “We’ve been active in the New Orleans market for years,” says Bob Romero, “but we’re just getting into your area.”

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Cake Jewels’ Spirited Cake Balls

It’s never a question what Cake Jewels owner Molly Jarvis will bring to a tailgate party. Since she was old enough to operate an oven, the 25-year-old event planner has been bringing bite-sized bits of cake that are as decorative and pretty to look at as they are delicious to eat. “My mom is super creative – give her a hot glue gun and she can rule the world!” she laughs. “But she doesn’t like to bake, so when I wanted sweets I had to make them myself.”

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Tent Row Returns Sunday

Look for the row of canopies this Sunday! It’s time for our monthly Pop-Up Farmers Market on Sept. 7, from 10-2, where farmers and food vendors will sample and sell fresh produce and small batch foodie products.

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