Come see the folk housing, low-land homes, largest Hungarian settlement in the state, grazing buffalo and deer.
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Sure to relieve the stress of a busy lifestyle are the tall willowy pines, lazy rivers, bayous, swamp tours, bird-watching and much more. See our antique village. Enjoy some of the best Cajun and Creole cuisine in the state. One of Louisiana's historic Florida Parishes, St. Helena was established in It is located a few minutes off Interstate 55, which enters the state in the area described as the "toe" of Louisiana. In fact, boots are very much in evidence in this rural region.
Pine forests scent the air at the St. The Amite River forms the eastern boundary of the parish and the Tickfaw flows along the western side. Louisiana Highway 10, once known as the Choctaw Trail, crosses the parish and is a beautiful scenic drive.
Inspiration Park, near Kentwood, offers camping and meditation facilities. Adapted from the Louisiana Office of Tourism site. Nature's Best Pecan Halves, selected straight from the South's finest and oldest orchards! The Elliot variety is named after the breeder cross-pollinator a number of years ago and it still is one of the most popular pecans being offered today. It is a little short plump pecan that has a high oil content which gives it a sweeter flavor than some of the other pecan varieties.
Enjoy them in your favorite recipes, just plain as a nutritious snack or I like to add it to my morning cereal. Share a Made with our secret Louisiana recipe, our creamy, delicious Chocolate Pecan Fudge is the perfect blend of flavors for a delightful treat. Our fudge is brimming with Classic Golden Pecan pieces to create a gift that will delight your clients, friends and family! Chocolate will melt. Please call if you want special packaging for Summertime shipments of chocolate products, extra shipping costs apply. Classic Golden Pecans. Products of The Mezzanine at Cochon restaurant accommodates semi-private gatherings.
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The lofted space offers room for up to 30 guests for a seated dinner and accommodates up to 40 guests for a reception. Cochon, opened with chef-partner Stephen Stryjewski, is where Link offers true Cajun and Southern cooking featuring the foods and cooking techniques he grew up preparing and eating. Cochon Butcher is a tribute to Old World butcher and charcuterie shops which also serves a bar menu, sandwiches, wine and creative cocktails.
The latest addition to the family is Gianna, an Italian restaurant joining the group in April For his commitment to the industry, the Louisiana Restaurant Association honored Link by naming him Restaurateur of the Year in Released in Real Cajun is a collection of family recipes that Link has honed and perfected while honoring the authenticity of the Cajun people.
In , Chefs Link and Stryjewski created the Link Stryjewski Foundation to address the persistent cycle of violence and poverty, as well as the lack of quality education and job training opportunities available to young people in New Orleans. In , Stryjewski and his business partner Chef Donald Link created the Link Stryjewski Foundation to address the persistent cycle of violence and poverty, as well as the lack of quality education and job training opportunities available to young people in New Orleans.
He subsequently moved on to oversee culinary operations at Link Restaurant Group as Executive Chef for the company. With a new job came an increased ability to learn and travel.
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As a member of the Fatback Collective, a group of Southern chefs who have compiled numerous accolades and awards in restaurants across the South, Ryan has learned new traditions and techniques from many talented BBQ pitmasters and has traveled to Uruguay to study traditional open-fire cooking.
Chef de Cuisine Nicole was born and raised in the Philippines. She grew up in a small town called Cagayan de Oro, in Northern Mindanao.
Her family owned a bakery where she grew up watching the production of fresh baked bread in an old fashioned wood burning stone oven. Farm to table has always been part of the Filipino culture. Food has always been part of the family business. Nicole moved back to her hometown in the Philippines after L. After a few years back home she relocated to New Orleans.
Nicole became the Chef de Cuisine at Peche in Our Forager, Ashley Locklear, cultivates those relationships by working hand-in-hand with these growers to develop and procure the exact ingredients each chef wants to utilize when crafting their menus at our family of restaurants. Our recipes honor the simplicity of the food and we celebrate the ingredients that are incorporated into each dish. Ashley spends her days visiting farmers, walking their fields seeing firsthand how things are growing. Her network of farmers spans a mile radius of New Orleans, providing the freshest produce picked at its peak.
She believes food it about flavor, just as much as freshness. Please find here a listing of some of the farmers we are proud to work with on an ongoing basis. Compostella is a certified organic vegetable farm specializing in salad greens located in Tickfaw, Louisiana. After apprenticing on organic farms in the Northwest, owners Madeline and Tim made their way down to New Orleans. Covey Rise Farms began as a 10 acre farm which has grown into a 50 acre farm in central Tangipahoa Parish.
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Covey Rise Farms grows over 30 types of vegetables throughout the year with a retired LSU Agriculture Professor as their crop consultant. Beginning as a demonstration garden, The Good Food Project has expanded to over 75 active school and community gardens that grow vegetables, fruit and herbs. The project teaches sustainable gardening, nutrition and healthy eating options, while providing fresh produce to participants and restaurants.
Incorporated in , Indian Springs is a farmers cooperative with 31 active members located in Petal, Mississippi. Inglewood Farm, ran by members of the Keller family, is an agricultural operation on Inglewood Plantation located in Alexandria, Louisiana. Since its founding in , Inglewood has a story of transition from a large-scale commercial tenant operation to an all-encompassing sustainable family farm.
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Inglewood has year round production of fruit and vegetables, specializing in pecans, pork and chicken. Johndale Farm is a berry farm located in Ponchatoula, Louisiana, owned by Heather Robertson, who we have worked with for eight years. Heather primarily produce strawberries, as well as blueberries and blackberries, and is usually the first farm to bring berries to market. He left his life as a chef and headed for the farm after moving to New Mexico and being exposed to the variety of healthy produce that is available in a farm-centric community.
Ellis uses sustainable and organic agriculture practices to cultivate his one-acre farm.
Old Market Lane Farm is an eight-acre farm located in Hammond, Louisiana, that we have been working with for eight years. Our restaurants utilize their leeks, blueberries, summer squash and any extra eggs Carolyn may have. Peeps Farms is a poultry farm located in Carriere, Mississippi that specializes in yard eggs with love. Perilloux Farm is a six-acre farm in St. Charles Parish owned by the friendly farmer, Timmy Perilloux, who we have been purchasing from for the last 10 years.
Poche Family Farm is a small vegetable farm located in Independence, Louisiana that we have worked with for five years.