Thursday:
Benefit for Mr. Okra

Mr. Okra

May 20, 2010
6-10 pm
$10
at d.b.a. (618 Frenchman St., NOLA)


A well-known presence in New Orleans, Mr. Okra sells fresh fruits and vegetables with sing-song announcements over loud speakers from his truck.  His selling-style reminds of us days when vendors roamed the streets of New Orleans and filled Congo Square with their goods, chanting advertisements for coffee and calas.

Mr. Okra's truck, as identifiable as Mr. Okra in bright slogans ans colorful decorations, has reached the end of its wandering days.  Help him raise money to buy a new truck by coming out to d.b.a. on Thursday to hear Morning 40 Federation. Happy Talk Band, Guitar Lightnin' Lee, King James and Mr Graveyard Jaw.  Attendees can make a tax-deuctible donation to Mr. Okra by writing a check to the Southern Food and Beverage Museum with "Mr. Okra" in the memo line.


Saturday:
Mint Julep Talk + Tasting


May 22, 2010
noon-1:30 pm
$15 SoFAB members, $20 nonmembers
(please sign up in advance)
at the Southern Food and Beverage Museum, Riverwalk Marketplace, Julia St. Entrance

May is here and it is officially the season of the most famous Southern cocktail, the Mint Julep.  We'll be kicking back, tasting a few, discussing its origins, meaning, and developing role.

Please reserve your spot here...(Click)
 



Saturday:
River Road Plantation
Cookbook Signing and Demonstration


May 22, 2010
2-4 pm
Free for Members, admission required for non-members
at the Southern Food and Beverage Museum, Riverwalk Marketplace, Julia St. Entrance

Join author Anne Butler for a signing and discussion of her newest cookbook compiling the historic and contemporary recipes of the plantation houses that stretch along River Road.  Chef Doug Clark, now of the New Orleans Westin, will demonstrate his recipe for Mussels Rockefeller.

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May 29
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Cookbook Publishing 101
July 20
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