Cajun French: patriotisme – patriotism
The July 2nd Red Stick Farmers Market began this morning with the National Anthem played by a single trumpeter, John Gray. He began at one end of the market and walked slowly playing the National Anthem to the other end of the market. Everyone was in awe!
What a way to begin the July 4th Weekend!
Cajun French: le café (lu ka-fā) – coffee
The alarm sounds @ 5:30 am! I smell coffee and that helps a little. A cup of coffee later consciousness begins and I realize it’s time for a shower. By 7:30 we’re pulling out of the driveway heading for a farmers market — today is Saturday!
No matter where we are, we look for a Farmers Market to shop. Most frequently we are in the Baton Rouge, LA area and the Red Stick Farmers Market is our shopping experience. Our purchases from a typical farmers market makes up the majority of our weekly groceries.
Grab your basket and let’s go shopping!
Mais C’est Bon!
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Cajun French: le récoltier (lu rā-kōl-tee-ā) – Farmer
Having to go to Zachary, LA on Saturday, the first thing we did was look for a Farmers Market in the area. Sure enough, Zachary has a Farmers Market downtown from 8-Noon on Saturdays. The market is two years old and recently moved downtown near City Hall.
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The Saturday morning Crescent City Farmers Market in New Orleans was bursting with activity as well as color. The flowers and vegetables would fill an artist palate with a rainbow of colors. We always try to walk a market to see the offerings and then decide what to purchase.
Mais C’est Bon!
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