Thursday, September 20, 2012

BREADA's 2nd Annual Tailgating Throwdown

Local Musician John Gray Leads the Line to the Tailgating Throwdown
BREADA, or the Big River Economic & Agricultural Development Alliance, is the group that runs three farmers markets in Baton Rouge.  Their mission is to build a healthy and strong local food system; to increase sustainability of independent local farmers, fishers and food producers; and to foster stewardship of land and community through public markets.

This October, BREADA will put on its second annual Tailgating Throwdown.  With LSU playing out of town at Texas A&M, the Red Stick Farmers Market at the Main Street Market would like to invite all tailgaters to come throw their party downtown for a good cause.  You'll be able to cook dishes on site with ingredients purchased from the market and enter them into the contest.  If you've always thought that your tailgating krewe makes the best food, then now's your chance to show off your skills!  

Check out the Tailgating Throwdown website to enter your team and get all the official rules.  I'll once again be a judge this year.  I'm extremely excited about working with BREADA on such a fun project.

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