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SATURDAY August 30, 2014

Live Music by Blanch Newsome

VENDORS
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Amato Winery - seasonal blackberry, blueberry, cranberry, muscadine, orange, peach and strawberry wines. Free samples of a select wine each Saturday.

Bob's produce - pineapple plants

Cox's Meat Market - red meats, tasso, smoked sausages, andouille, chicken and smoked chicken (local and free-range grass-fed beef and free-range chicken)

Darlene's Southern Comforts - scented soy candles and fragrance oils

Durham Orchards - peaches, plums, nectarines and tomatoes - FINAL WEEKEND!

Folse & Co. - specialty bread including cherry walnut, banana, zucchini walnut pumpkin and white bread plus old fashion Hershey's chocolate fudge, fig cookies, sesame cookies, lemon cookies, peanut butter fudge and pecan pralines

Homegrown Produce Farm - strawberries, tomatoes, onions, squash, carrots, kale, asparagus, romaine lettuce, cauliflower, cabbage, potatoes

Mama Mary's Kitchen - jellies, pepper jellies and Sweet Heat Pickle products

Martin's Nursery - tomato plants, citrus trees, flowers, hanging baskets, breeding plants

Plantation Kettle Corn - kettle corn, cracklins, pork skins, jambalaya, pastalaya

Sandy's Sweets - popcorn balls, tea cakes, cobbler, rum cake, stuffed pies and fruit drinks

Story Produce - variety of fresh produce including tomatoes, bell peppers, zucchini, cucumbers, sweet potatoes, carrots, Brussels sprouts, potatoes, onions, cabbage, strawberries, and beans

Zeringue Farms - zucchini, bell peppers, white squash, eggplants, jalapeno peppers, chicken eggs, duck eggs and Bees are my Business local honey 

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.