All of you boudin and cracklin fans don't want to miss the Port Barre Cracklin Festival in November. This festival showcases the ritual of making cracklins - a traditional Louisiana food that has made headlines on such cooking reality shows such as Top Chef. Click the button below to learn more.
Experience Creole culture at the Holy Ghost Creole Festival in Opelousas, Louisiana. Every year, this festival features the best in gospel and zydeco music. Also, sample homemade sweet dough pies and Creole cookin'. Click the button below to learn more.
Voted Best New Event for 2013 by the Louisiana Association of Fairs & Festivals. The mission of this cultural event is to promote the wetlands and woodlands that surround the community of Krotz Springs and the Atchafalaya River. Click the button below for more information.
Sample one of Louisiana's most iconic dishes, Étouffée, at the Mayor's Cook-Off. Click the button below to learn more.
Taste the best crawfish étouffée in the world and vote for your favorite at this family-friendly event! There are things for the whole family to do including a petting zoo and fun jumps for the kids with live music and dancing for the adults. Click the button below to learn more.
The first Saturday in March, pit masters and area chefs prepare their best beef dishes. You won't want to miss this cook-off with trail rides and live music. Click the button below to learn more.
Festivities in Cankton will include a chicken run, gumbo cook-off, fun jumps, face painting, a children's chicken run, and a fais dodo with a live band. Click the button below to learn more.
Choose the best cooked Boston Butt in three categories: BBQ/Smoked, gravy, or jambalaya at the Grey Foundation's cook-off this February. Click the button below to learn more.
In Louisiana, we argue about who's got the best gumbo more than we do politics or religion. Here's your chance to decide who's is best at the Annual Gumbo Cook-Off, a festival and fundraiser hosted by the Gumbo Foundation. Click the button below to learn more.
Eunice's 125-year celebration will feature the opening of a time capsule from the 90s, live music, a Cajun food cook-off, food booths and food truck vendors, arts & crafts vendors, a car show, and the unveiling of their Clovis Crawfish Statue. Click the button below to learn more.