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4th Annual Empty Bowls

By Meagan Russell
In Bayou Scene
Mar 10th, 2020
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On Saturday, January 25th, the 4rd Annual Empty Bowls lunch event was held at ULM’s Bayou Pointe Event Center in Monroe to benefit the Food Bank of Northeast Louisiana. A sampling of signature dishes from mulitple area chefs were served, accompanied by live music, activities for kids and adults and a silent auction. 19 food vendors participated this year, and there was also face painting, a pottery demo, art, and a photobooth. The food vendors included: Parish Restaurant, Taste of India, The Good Earth Juice & Salad Bar, Health with Hope, The Fat Pelican, For His Temple Foods, Char 19, Thurman’s Food Factory, JAC’s Tailgaters, Dreux Coffee, The Spice & Tea Exchange, Grown & Grazed, Copeland’s of New Orleans, Newk’s Eatery, CC’s Coffee House, Braiz’n American Bar & Grill, Wing Stop, Little India, and Bayou Brew House. Guests left the event with their choice of a beautiful, hand-crafted bowl by a local artist as a reminder of all of the empty bowls in our community.

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