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This Week at the Farmer’s Market by Charlene LeJeune

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The following is the Covington Farmer’s Market weekly newsletter by Charlene LeJeune:

My apologies for no newsletter for the past 2 week, friends! An ambulance ride, heart surgery, and a hospital stay later and my Mr. Wonderful is back to me, recovering nicely. But whether I write or not, our Covington Farmers’ Market opens each week. And rain or shine, just like the market, Mr. Houston is here with beautiful vegetables. Squashes and cucumbers and cherry tomatoes head the list but there may be some okra as well. Now that you have the okra, try slicing each in half, toss olive oil and a little sea salt, spread on a baking sheet in a single layer. Roast or grill for 25 minutes. Now, bring to a boil zest and juice from an orange, 1-1/2 tbsp balsamic vinegar, 1 tbsp honey (Jerry’s, of course) and minced clove of garlic. Boil rapidly, whisking occasionally until it’s reduced by half, about 5 minutes. Drizzle over your roasted okra and Voila! and amazing dish! Now for the oil and vinegar part of that, we have a new vendor. NOLA Blends is offering a delightful selection of blended oils and balsamic vinegars. You just won’t believe your luck!

from the Nola Blends Facebook page, www.facebook.com/nolablends

Huckleberry Farms will be there with tasty goat cheeses that are wonderful spread on slices of yellow squash or cucumber or stuffed into jalapeños or banana peppers. Crepes and quiche is available at Jerome’s table. Corey is preparing his smokey pulled pork and brisket chili and served with—you’ll never guess—Smoked Cornbread! Can’t wait to try that! Did you know that you can grill duck breast on the barbie? Well, Ross has the duck for that. You won’t forget your eggs from Kristen, will you?

It is officially summer and that calls for a cool glass of jasmine tea from Kandy. And what better way to enjoy it than with a pan seared salmon salad on crisp papaya noodles? Remember your honey from Jerry. He’s just finishing honey gathering season so that honey is fresh from the hive so to speak. A tasty, flaky pie filled with beef, rice, carrots, onions, almonds and spices, that’s what Abeer will be serving. No worries, she’ll have your other favorites, too. New vendor, Bhakti Farms, offers healthy treats and desserts and the most delicious beet and black bean burger. Ever!

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Saturday morning will be tappin’ and clappin’ to the jaunty tunes of Crispin Schroeder. So grab a cuppa joe from the coffee pavilion and head on over to Meme’s for one of her fabulously delicious veggie pancakes.

Well, it is 4th of July so I’m thinking a bit of grillin’ and fireworks and playing in the hose will be the order of the day! No worries. We’ve gotcha covered with luscious veggies, shrimp, and meats for the grill…fireworks and hose are your department. Mr. Two always has fabulous shrimp perfect for skewering all by themselves or with veggies and/or mushrooms in between. Picture this…shrimp, chunk of yellow squash, bell pepper slice, shrimp, eggplant chunk, shiitake mushroom, shrimp, salt & pepper…laying obediently on the grill…wait…turn…wait…enjoy!

Aaah the sausages from Jubilee Farms! Green Onion, Italian, Cajun, that’s what BBQ heaven is made of! Paul & Liz also have other grillin’ favorites like ground meat for burgers, pork ribs, pork chops, etc. But, if you are vegan, these choices just won’t do. Well, Bhakti Farms has the burger for you. Made of beet and black bean, you would never know that this burger has no beef!

This may be the last week for blueberries but not for the peaches, figs, watermelon, and cantaloupe. Yeah, you heard me right. Figs are here and you will find them all through the market. Probably best to get there early…just saying. Hmm, I wonder how they taste on the grill? To grill or not to grill, I’ll bet they are so delicioso, drizzled with one of those lovely balsamic vinegars from Nola Blends and a crumbling of goat cheese from Brown Hat Dairy

And, for dessert, pralines from Rose, a few of those luscious vegan divinity cookies from Mauricio & Vincent (and a host of other cookies as well). Why not a pie or two from Althee or one of her sweet breads, baked honey buns from Bear Creek Road or any one of Jennifer’s amazing pies, Norma Jean’s brownies, watermelon or cantaloupe from Fleur de Lis Farms?

Soooo, if you sleep in, you’re gonna miss out on the veggies —squashes (spaghetti, butternut, yellow, zuke, patty pan), cucumber, tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, okra, beans. You’ll miss the honey, gorgeous plants from Betty, Trudy, Dennis, and Alton. You’ll miss Stacey’s pickled veggies, delectable (I assume) dried Tiger Bait treats for your pets, Naturally Well’s elderberry syrup…Lotsa goodness here at the Covington Farmers’ Market. See ya there!

Lots of love
Charlene LeJeune
Abundant Life Kitchen

The Covington Farmers’ Market is open each Wednesday, rain or shine, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Covington Trailhead, 419 N. New Hampshire and every Saturday from 8a.m. to 12p.m. on the side lawn of the Covington Police Station, 609 N. Columbia St. Call (985) 892-1873 for information or visit www.covingtonfarmersmarket.org

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Candlelight Caroling at the Trailhead

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Candlelight Caroling at the Covington Trailhead takes place Thursday, December 14, 2017, beginning at 7 p.m. This is a free family event featuring performances by Crispin Schroeder, The Northlake Performing Arts Society (NPAS), Jamie Planchard (LAAPA), Maddi Tripp and John Paquette. For more information about this event, call 985-892-1873. The Covington Trailhead is located at 419 North New Hampshire Street. covla.com

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Covington Behavioral Health and Northshore Families Helping Families present “Autism Spectrum Disorder Information & Social Session” with speaker Lisa Donze Jacob, LCSW. This free session will cover helpful tips and information on raising a child or young adult on the autism spectrum. Parents/ Caregivers of individuals with autism and adults with autism are invited to attend. Event takes place Thursday, December 14, 2017 from 6 p.m. To 8 p.m. in Covington Behavioral Health, located at 201 Greenbriar Blvd. Refreshments will be provided. To register for this free event, please call Angie King at the following number: 985-789-8215.

The City of Covington is excited to announce Candlelight Caroling at the Covington Trailhead (419 N. New Hampshire Street). This holiday event takes place on December 14, 2017, beginning at 7:00 pm.
After The Crispin Schroeder band dazzles the crowd with favorite holiday tunes, The Northlake Performing Arts Society brings the carols. Jazz vocalist with The LAPA Jamie Planchard performs next, then Maddi Tripp will delight the crowd with “Have Yourself a Merry little Christmas”. The magical night ends with the crowd singing “Silent Night” by candlelight.
Refreshments and Libations will be available for purchase from Beck and Call, The English Tea Room, The Kiwanis and the Covington Business Association. Cookbooks will be for sale from the Junior League of Greater Covington. The public is encouraged to bring their chairs.

The Beautiful Christmas Tree was generously donated by the New Orleans Advocate and The St. Tammany Farmer. The Poinsettias decorating the Covington Trailhead are a gift from Hancock Whitney Bank.
“This family friendly event will be enjoyable for everyone,” said Amy Tucker, City of Covington Event Coordnator. For additional information: please contact Amy Tucker, Event Coordinator City of Covington atucker@covla.com or visit our website www.covla.com.

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Be A Buddy, Not A Bully Marlise Eschete, Community Outreach Coordinator for The Parenting Center at St. Tammany Parish Hospital, will discuss the topic of bullying. Parents and children are invited to come learn about the different types of bullying, how to prevent it and what to do if you’re experiencing it. This discussion takes place Thursday, September 21 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the Covington Branch of the St. Tammany Parish Library.

Troubadours Songwriter Night takes place on Thursday, September 21 from 6:30 to 9 p.m. at the Covington Brewhouse. Hosted by Tommy Ike Hailey of the Northshore Songwriters Circle, this event features songwriter rounds with an open mic at the end. Held every third Thursday of the month at the Covington Brewhouse, this month features the following regional artists: John West, Matthew Chauvin, Jim Nelson, Buzz Jackson, Tony Cobb and Timothy Achan Gates.

Covington Brewhouse will be doing a special cask tapping this Thursday night at The Tasting Room to celebrate Louisiana Craft Beer Week and the Covington Brewhouse team has a very special announcement to make at this event. Special entertainment will be provided by the Covington Troubadours Songwriter group. Celebrate Louisiana Craft Beer Week in Covington Brewhouse style.

The Covington Farmer’s Market takes place every week on Wednesdays at the Covington Trailhead and Saturdays at the Covington Police Department. Wednesday market is from 10 a.m. Until 2 p.m. And features prepared foods for lunchtime; Saturday market is from 8 a.m. Until 12 noon and features fresh produce, prepared foods, plants, live music and a food demo. This Saturday, enjoy the music of Crispin Schroeder with a food demo by Bear Creek Road.

Join Peg Usner, Artist at St. Tammany Art Association as she presents a talk and walk through her exhibition, “The Intimacy of Plein Air Painting.” Peg will explain the meaning behind the artwork titles, give brief narration of her creative process and describe the challenges of each piece. Doors open at 5 p.m., talk begins at 5:30. Free admission. STAA is located 320 N. Columbia St.

DOTD Open House Public Meeting on Tuesday, September 26, 2017 at the Covington City Council Chambers, located at 222 East Kirkland Street, 4 – 6 p.m. (LADOTD) is conducting an open house public meeting for the proposed US 190B and Jefferson Ave. Roundabout project. The purpose of the meeting is to provide information about the project and to obtain input from interested parties with a multi-media presentation.

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This Week at the Covington Farmer’s Market

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Covington Farmers Market LogoHappy Tuesday to you, friends! It looks like we will have a toasty Wednesday tomorrow but our market vendors will be here with great eats and our faithful market band will be here with terrific tunes. I usually shop for the week and it saves me firing up the oven every day.

Corn chowder for lunch (just because it’s one of my faves), pulled pork, broccoli salad, and cheesy grits (dinner), noodle salad with lemongrass chicken (lunch), grilled shrimp tostada with the salsa on the side (another meal), a cup of jasmine tea to cool me, desserts from Frankie (this week it’s banana pudding), teacakes for my morning coffee. Sometimes I’ll pick up something for Mr. Wonderful, but he can’t always decide what he wants so he’ll have to settle for a ham sandwich. Check out our new vendor. Leannie is making some wonderful things from figs – fig pepper jelly, fig preserves, and a balsamic fig vinaigrette. I tried the vinaigrette last week – so tasty – great on your salad or to top a cracker spread with cream cheese.

Tabasco, the Covington Farmers Market mascot Roux-ster

Tabasco, the Covington Farmers Market mascot Roux-ster

Bright and early Saturday (cause that’s when the veggie selection is best) grab your iced latte from Coast Roast and get your veggies while the gettin’s good. The veggies are always fresh ‘cause they are picked the day before. I’m not sure the supermarkets can say the same. Then there’s the added bonus of knowing your farmer. This week you also get to enjoy the happy tunes of Crispin  Schroeder drifting up from the gazebo while waiting for Frankie of Peanut Factory fame to set up in the demo tent. I know, I know. Sorry for the misinformation last week but I promise that Frankie will be here this week and I think (could be wishful thinking) there will be cobbler involved.

I was not at the market last Saturday. I was out having a ball doing service work with my church. Unfortunately, I forgot to ask my proteges to take up the slack for me so I’ll have to wing it.

I am pretty sure that we will still have peaches and just thinking about their exquisite taste and smell ….. well, you get the picture. I am seriously hoping that we still have figs this Saturday ‘cause I did promise Mr. Wonderful I would personally make him fig preserves. Then there are times when I want variety. So, I turn to Althee and Robin. I do enjoy Althee’s blackberry jelly and kumquat marmalade and Robin’s peach bourbon and apple bacon pepper jellies. I’ve been hoping that she will consider making her King Cake jelly year ‘round.

With the temps elevated, there is NOTHING more satisfying than one of Amanda’s fruity Popsicles on a warm Saturday morning. My favorite is avocado but I see all flavors drifting around the market and they are always accompanied by big smiles.

You’ll need a list for this market as well – milk, honey, eggs, a few cookies, perhaps a muffin or two, a pound of freshly roasted coffee….Whether you’re here for the veggies or the goodies or the gorgeous plants, you won’t find a better place to be than the Covington Farmers’ Market. See ya there!

Lots of love

Charlene LeJeune

Abundant Life Kitchen

The Covington Farmers’ Market is open each Wednesday, rain or shine, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Covington Trailhead, 419 N. New Hampshire and every Saturday from 8a.m. to 12p.m. on the side lawn of the Covington Police Station, 609 N. Columbia St.  Call (985) 892-1873 for information or visit http://www.covingtonfarmersmarket.org/

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Sunset At The Landing Lagniappe Concert This Saturday Evening

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Sunset at the Landing Lagniappe concert show flyer for October 3, 2015

Sunset at the Landing Lagniappe concert show flyer for October 3, 2015

There will be a Sunset at the Landing Lagniappe concert Saturday, October 3 beginning at 5pm!  The line up begins at 5 p.m. with Keenan Knight & Crispin Schroeder, Amedee Frederick, The Creole Bluesman, Featuring A5 at 6 p.m., Crescent Citizen at 7 p.m. and the Chris Lenox Trio at 8 p.m.

Free Admission, bring your lawn chairs and picnic dinners.  For more information, call 985-892-1873.  Brought to you by the City of Covington, Heritage Bank of St. Tammany and the Covington Farmer’s Market.

 

 

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This Week at the Covington Farmer’s Market by Charlene LeJeune

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Wed Farmers Market signHappy, happy Tuesday! I am looking forward to a lovely day tomorrow with blue skies smilin’ at me (and you, too.) Why not join us for a delicious turkey and cheddar wrap with a nice steamy bowl of Hot & Sour soup from Nanette? Or perhaps you may enjoy a serving of crunchy egg rolls from Kandi. Jeff and Kristen will not be at either market this week, but we will see them here next week. Frankie will have mini pies and fruit breads and crunchy nut brittle – that’s, if you’re good. Natalie will be here with fresh strawberries and Mr. Houston will have yard eggs, red & green cabbages, broccoli, turnips, and greens.

Crispin Schroeder will play at the Covington Farmers Market this Saturday

Crispin Schroeder will play at the Covington Farmers Market this Saturday

Those blue skies will be smilin’ again come Saturday morning and the melodic tunes of Crispen Schroeder will shine out from the gazebo. I know most of you have tasted Dong’s scrumptious Korean pancakes (‘cause I’ve seen them floating around the market like they were Lola’s parmesan fries). Well, Dong will sample and sell Korean BBQ this coming week. Can’t wait to taste it!

Crystal (Betty Rue Gluten-Free) is now offering finishing salts. I wasn’t sure what a finishing salt was so I looked it up and found that they enhance the depth of natural flavors in your meal. “As you eat, food and salt combine—first a flash of salt… then the food… a flicker of salt and now fuller food flavors, and then a faint spark of salt catches at the richest and most complex flavors of the food. With finishing salt, the relationship of salt and food evolves with every bite. The rewards are increased intensity of flavor, greater flavor complexity, exciting new textures and even aromas, and a heightened awareness of the very process of tasting food.” I couldn’t have said it better myself.

Rosalie Apothecary has many different tea blends to suit your tastes. I tried one this weekend called Carob Café and found the flavors of roasted carob and cacao, dandelion root and clove very soothing. You can even make a coffee substitute by brewing this blend stronger. Try her other blends, such as Hibiscus & Spearmint, Gypsy Cold Care, or Mulling Spice. Since they are loose teas, she even has cute little muslin bags to brew with. Perfect!

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You can’t forget your little four legged buddies. Tiger Bait raw pet foods now offers dried chicken strips for your furry friend. I’m sure your pet will LOVE the raw foods they have. Hopefully, Andy and Tiffany will be back at the market this week. Right now they have their hands full as their nanny goats are beginning to have their kids. Ishmael of Mt. Hermon Pork tells me that they will have both green onion and Italian sausage available this week. He also told me of plans he has to make some gourmet type sausages which sound amazing!

I had a chance to taste some of Lena’s biscotti this past weekend; it was deeelish! She makes them with whole grains and almonds and they are crispy and perfect for dipping into a steamy cup of coffee. She also has those magnificent toasted bread rounds which are great instead of chips for dipping into Nur’s roasted red pepper or chipotle hummus or Hot Tamale Mama’s spinach artichoke dip.

Coffee Beans from Coast Roast

Coffee Beans from Coast Roast

We have lots and lots and lots of great things here at the Covington Farmers’ Market such as fabulous lip and skin balm from Michele (Sweet Home, Sweet Earth), or homemade marshmallows from Betty Rue, or a great gourmet coffee from Coast Roast, but you won’t find them if you’re not here. Come join us for a great start to your day!

Lots of love,
Charlene LeJeune
Abundant Life Kitchen

The Covington Farmers’ Market is open each Wednesday, rain or shine, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Covington Trailhead, 419 N. New Hampshire and every Saturday from 8a.m. to 12p.m. on the side lawn of the Covington Police Station, 609 N. Columbia St. Call (985) 892-1873 for information or visit www.covingtonfarmersmarket.org

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Blessings of the season to you, friends. Tomorrow is Christmas Eve and I know you’re all getting ready for family and friends and lots of great food. Stop by for some of Frankie’s goodies, Earl’s raw honey (makes a great gift) and fresh veggies from Mr. Houston.

Crispin Schroeder will play at the Covington Farmers Market this Saturday

Crispin Schroeder will play at the Covington Farmers Market this Saturday

Saturday will be the last market of 2014. Weren’t we just celebrating the 4th of July?  Come and enjoy a refreshing cup of coffee with us while you shop for the goodies you’ll need for your New Year’s party. Chrispin Schroeder will sing out the old year from the gazebo while Jeff and Kristen get the rig into place to smoke up some amazing pork. Make sure you get extra for sandwiches. Lena and Suzie have wonderful breads to make that sandwich perfect.

Chompers BBQ - food demo this Saturday at the Covington Farmers Market

Chompers BBQ – food demo this Saturday at the Covington Farmers Market

I thought we’d finish out this year with the reason you all come to the Farmers’ Market – the vegetables! A quick perusal of the tables last weekend shows that the veggies are not taking a holiday, so much the better for us. I saw the first beets of the season on John’s table along with turnips, carrots, radishes, chard, spinach, kale, tat soi, bok choi, broccoli and iceberg lettuce (sounds like we may need a little dressing too.)

Beets from Bartlett Farm at the Covington Farmer's Market

Beets from Bartlett Farm at the Covington Farmer’s Market

Dinosaur kale, collards, mustard, chard cabbage, spinach, broccoli, carrots and green onions were loaded onto Mr. Houston’s table and a few feet away Ken Savage offers huge, gorgeous cauliflower, oranges, sweet kumquats, red navel oranges, grapefruit, and satsumas. While you’re over there, check out Spanish R Us. Soriedad is baking a fantastic Tres Leche cake, almost too pretty to eat – almost. She’s making coconut flan too.  Remember to get refried beans and salsas for your party!

Baby Swiss from Grow.Farm at the Covington Farmer's Market

Baby Swiss from Grow.Farm at the Covington Farmer’s Market

Fortunately, Nick still has those fabulous Evangeline sweet potatoes. You’ll also find heirloom turnips, chard, curly mustard, flat leaf kale, and persimmons plus quail eggs. Don’t forget your New Year’s cabbage from Natalie and some strawberries too! Johnadale Farms is back again with their strawberries – we’ve got goodness all around! Dennis has pure cane syrup made from his own sugar cane fields. Stop by and check it out!

Alton and Sandra have some absolutely gorgeous camellia bushes that will not be available for long. Look over their table for the most fragrant herbs for your garden – rosemary, lemon thyme, chocolate mint and more.

We hope you’ll join us for the last market of the year. By next Saturday, a whole new year will have begun along with the hopes and plans that a new year always brings. We wish you peace and prosperity in 2015. Thank you for your patronage, your friendship, and your recipes; we look forward to another year with you.

Lots of love,
Charlene LeJeune
Abundant Life Kitchen

The Covington Farmers’ Market is open each Wednesday, rain or shine, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Covington Trailhead, 419 N. New Hampshire and every Saturday from 8a.m. to 12p.m. on the side lawn of the Covington Police Station, 609 N. Columbia St. Call (985) 892-1873 for information or visit www.covingtonfarmersmarket.org

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This Week At The Farmers Market By Charlene LeJeune

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Crispin Schroeder will play at the Covington Farmers Market this Saturday

Crispin Schroeder will play at the Covington Farmers Market this Saturday

Hi, friends and a very Happy Tuesday to you! Through my rose colored glasses I see that tomorrow is looking like an absolutely glorious day. How could it be otherwise with a fantastic market and terrific lunch to enjoy? Jeff (Chomper’s BBQ) is serving corn bread with that delicious pulled pork. That’s worth a trip out on its own but there will be other enticements, such as hearty soups and salads, crispy summer rolls, fried apple pies, dark chocolate wrapped Oreos, luscious chocolate caramel apples… need I say more?

Crispin Schroeder will be serenading us this Saturday so grab your coffee and a muffin and stroll around, enjoying the day and all the market has to offer. Someone must be living right (I’d like an email with instructions, please) and sending good vibes our way because Chomper’s BBQ will be in the demo tent with smoked turkey legs, BBQ chicken (thighs/drumsticks), BBQ chili and cornbread (Oh, YUM!), macaroni and cheese and the ultimate in barbecue sauces and rubs.

Betty Rue is adding to the gluten-free repertoire of muffins. The latest creations from the innovative mind of Michaela include peanut butter and chocolate chip, orange carrot and cranberry, and the newly popular “I Can’t Believe It’s Zucchini” muffin (really delish). Stop by and grab a slice of spinach tomato quiche while you’re deciding which muffin you like best.

Cynthia was back this week with her special Bolognese Sauce with veal, pork, and beef, and traditional cannoli. This week she made two kinds of ravioli – a roasted pepper pasta stuffed with cheese and the other was stuffed with crabmeat. Can’t beat that!

This cold weather has been wreaking havoc on the produce vendors’ crops but there are still a lot of beautiful veggies to be had and the promise of more to come. I noticed that Alton and Sandra had lemon thyme last week which seems to be a local favorite, as well as other culinary herbs. Ask them to fix you a basket of your favorites to put in a sunny window so you’ll have fresh herbs to use whenever you need them.

As always, there is so much more to see and experience at the Covington Farmers’ Market. BUT….you have to be here to get the full benefit. See ya!

Lots of love,
Charlene LeJeune
Abundant Life Kitchen

 

The Covington Farmers’ Market is open each Wednesday, rain or shine, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Covington Trailhead, 419 N. New Hampshire and every Saturday from 8a.m. to 12p.m. on the side lawn of the Covington Police Station, 609 N. Columbia St. Call (985) 892-1873 for information or visit www.covingtonfarmersmarket.org