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SoFAB Bringing Back 'French Market Fare' Series

For those who want to know even more about New Orleans food and drink: The Southern Food and Beverage Museum, housed (for now) inside the Riverwalk Marketplace, is bringing back their French Market Fare lecture/cooking demo series. These weekly events are typically held from March through November, and include a whole buncha events geared towards food nerds, while also featuring, of course, actual fare from the French Market. The events are every Sunday at 2PM at the French Market Stage on Decatur Street.

The first three lectures have been announced: This week, it's SoFAB director Liz Williams talking about New Orleans' St Joseph's Day Altars and next week Elizabeth Pearce with a "Cocktail Tour Through History." The full press release is after the jump.

For Immediate Release:

French Market Fare Returns

The Southern Food and Beverage Museum in partnership with the French Market is resuming French Market Fare, a series of free programs to highlight the cuisine and culinary culture of New Orleans each Sunday starting in March, ending in November.

French Market Fare runs every Sunday, except holidays, at 2 p.m. at the French Market Stage in the Farmers Market between Ursulines Street and Gov. Nicholls Street. Programs range from cooking demos and lectures to musical entertainment.

“French Market Fare allows visitors to experience New Orleans’ culinary culture in a historic setting,” said Kelsey Parris, operations manager at the Southern Food and Beverage Museum.

Upcoming French Market Fare programs are St. Joseph’s Altars with Liz Williams on Sunday, March 18, A Cocktail Tour through History with Elizabeth Pearce on Sunday, March 25 and Brewing Fundamentals with Brian Girardot on Sunday, April 1.
For more information on the Southern Food and Beverage Museum or French Market Fare visit southernfood.org or contact the museum at info@southernfood.org or 504-569-0405.

The Southern Food and Beverage Museum is a non-profit living history museum located in New Orleans, LA, that is dedicated to the discovery, understanding and celebration of the food, drink and the related culture of the South.

· Southern Food and Beverage Museum [Official Site]
· All SoFAB Coverage on Eater NOLA [-ENOLA-]

[Photo: Jennie Westerman / French Market]

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