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Among the 46 seafood dishes, look for crawfish bread from TJ Gourmet, shrimp and alligator sausage from Jacques-Imo's; or, how about, smothered okra and shrimp from the Praline Connection.
About 400 pepper plants also were wiped out, along with the okra crop.
Kids use peas, carrots, okra and more to make art while adults enjoy lunch.
The shrimp, crab and okra gumbo at the Restaurant Des Families booth was sublime.
Owner Kevin Jamison and chef Barry Smith champion the finest local produce — every grower is proudly featured on the menu — and preserve things at the end of the season for the winter (like pickled okra, dried herbs).
Outside his tent, women haggle over exchanging bags of grain for spears of purple-green okra.
Plant seeds for corn, beans, okra, parsnips, pumpkin, squash and watermelon.
The porch is brimming with passion flower; iris; and herbs, peppers, and okra in small pots.
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