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We invite you to a Reception Premiering the WI Foodie Show “The Louisiana Connection”

Special Event Thursday, February 8th, 6:30 pm – Join us for an edifying and gratifying evening for the soul and taste buds!

The Louisiana Connection” –

In this episode of Wisconsin Foodie they travel the Mississippi to examine the effects of farming runoff on fisheries in the Bayou. Margaret Krome of the Michael Fields Institute has been rallying Wisconsin farmers to rethink farming practices to be more conscious of runoff. The goal is to bring the fisherman of Louisiana together with Wisconsin farmers over food, bringing fresh farmed foods of the north and wild caught foods of the south together for an epic feast.

Meet and talk with WI Foodie Producer Arthur Ircink, and Mississppi Connection Project Leader Margaret Krome!
Enjoy Louisiana shrimp and Strauss grass-fed beef hors d’oeuvres, Organic Wines, Local Beer, and Samplings of Mead from The Hive Taproom and have a special seat to the Premiere Screening of this important WI Foodie Episode!

Reception & Screening 6:30 pm – 8 ish pm
RSVP now!  Limited Seating Available!   BUY TICKETS NOW



Watch a Sneak Peek of “The Louisiana Connection” on YouTube


In the Big Brown Barn at Michael Fields Agricultural Institute
W2493 County Rd ES
East Troy, WI 53120

Executive Chef Adam Carson of Toothpicks Catering


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Questions please contact Molly, 262-642-3303 ext 124 or email.

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