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The American Sector Hosts Landry Vineyards on April 27

Plus food inspection cuts could be heading to Louisiana

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CITY PARK— "Our hope is that combining a dining experience with food we're growing here will give people a point of contact with our farm and our mission, that's our goal."— Jamie Broussard of Grow Dat Youth Farm on the upcoming dinner event on May 7 showcasing Link Group chefs and the nonprofit's produce. [Advocate]

LOUISIANA— The Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals could cut down its health inspectors by 11% (or 16 inspectors) due to proposed state budget cuts.  [AP]

WAREHOUSE DISTRICT— The American Sector's Dinner After Dark series hosts Landry Vineyards tomorrow,  April 27, at 7 p.m. with a five-course dinner prepared by Executive Chef Eric Cook in the Stage Door Canteen. Wine pairings from Louisiana's own Landry Vineyards, out of Monroe. Reservations here. [Eaterwire]

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