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!

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 ...

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 ...

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October Wine Dinner: Tour de France

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Alexander’s Named Family Favorite

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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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First Home Game Saturday

The first home game is finally here, and we have everything you need for a fabulous tailgate! From Tiger-themed dishtowels and paper products to Tiger tales and tailgating recipes, we’ve got you covered. We even have to-GEAUX tailgating flasks and purple and gold tortilla chips for spirited snacking!

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Meanwhile, Back in the Kitchen

Alexander’s Highland Market Executive Chef Scott Duplantis huddled with celebrity chef and food blogger Holly Clegg recently to select recipes for this Sunday’s Pop-Up Farmers Market. The market runs from 10-2, but Holly will be here from 11-1 autographing her cookbooks with a back-to-school special. Meanwhile back in the kitchen,

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Big Flavor in Small Batch Brewing

It’s fitting that Chris Peneguy and Stevie Guillory sold their first bag of locally roasted coffee on July 4th. After all, Cafeciteaux is a celebration of independence, not only across America but right here in Louisiana, where a melting pot culture has produced unique flavors and traditions.

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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 benefits of introducing growers and producers to consumers.

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