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Wednesday, Jan 21, 2014

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TREE GIVEAWAY

​Tree types include Bald Cypress, Live Oak, Nuttal Oak, Native Sweet Pecan, Shumard Oak, Wildlife Packet (Blackgum, Persimmon, Water Oak
and Red Mulberry), and Aboretum Packet.

All trees will be bare rooted and should be placed in water for hydration two to three hours prior to planting. 

VENDORS
(Vendors intending to participate as of press time.)

​Bayou Fire Foods - bags of kettle corn and homemade hot tamales in a special sauce

Fame Confectionary - New! sweet treats including pralines, English toffee, assorted chocolate bark, heavenly hash, brittle, monkey mix and turtles

Jefferson Seafood - variety of items each week such as red fish, trout, catfish, boiled crabs & shrimp, fresh shrimp, peeled shrimp, stuffed artichokes, and crab dip

Lil Deb's Snowworld - New! hot cocoa, coffee, nachos with cheese, and snowballs when temps reach 70 degrees and above

Sandy's Sweets - variety of items each week such as homemade pies (new flavors: blackberry, fig, raspberry, peach), sugar free pies and tea cookies, rum cakes, bread pudding, soft dinner rolls, popcorn, brownies and ready-to-eat entrees

Story Produce - kale, cabbage, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, lettuce, spinach, mustard greens, turnips, bell pepper, a variety of beans, honey, eggs and more

Thai D Jing - New Vendor! - shrimp fresh rolls, veggie egg rolls, shrimp & cheese rolls, flower crackers, sweet Thai ice tea, coffee, and homemade peanut butter sauce, pad Thai sauce, and sweet & sour sauce

Zeringue Farms - broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, parsley, mustard, kale, collard greens, turnips, shallots, lettuce, spinach, satsumas, oranges, and chicken eggs



EAST BANK SATURDAY MARKET
Saturdays - 8am to 12 noon
ORMOND PLANTATION
13786 RIVER ROAD
DESTREHAN, LA



















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WEST BANK WEDNESDAY MARKET
Wednesdays - 2:30 pm to 6:00pm
ST. CHARLES PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER
12715 HWY 90 - LULING, LA



    










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Ormond Plantation
13786 River Road
Destrehan, LA
985.764.8544










LUNCH
11:00 am - 2:00 pm Tuesday - Friday

NOW SERVING DINNER!
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm - Friday

Featuring Chef Richard Kiral

Guided tours Tuesday through Saturday
by appointment only. 

Bed & Breakfast
Full Plantation Breakfast
Complimentary fruit & cheese tray and
bottle of wine, with an overnight stay.
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GCFM Receives 
River Region Arts & Humanities Council 
Angelus Award

















​Source:  www.nola.com

Marilyn Richoux, President of the GCFM, accepts the 2013 Angelus Award from RRAHC President, Marilyn Smith. The Market was selected because it provides a forum for local music, dance, art, literature (local artists are invited for book signings), master gardeners and guest chefs, who cook on site and lecture on local cuisine and its history. For the full article, click here.