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|'Taste of Franklin' set for March 18th|
The seventh annual "Taste of Franklin," held by the Winnsboro-Franklin Parish Chamber of Commerce, will be at 6 p.m. Thursday, March 18, at the United Pentecostal Church Family Life Center in Winnsboro.
As in the past, the event will be held in conjunction with the Franklin Parish Catfish Festival's "Catfish Cookoff."
Sponsors for the event include the chamber, the festival and the Franklin Parish Tourism Commission.
Tickets are $20 each and are limited in number, so festival officials say those interested in an evening of good food in an informal "all-you-can-taste" setting should contact the chamber office for tickets as soon as possible.
Depending on prior ticket sales, a very limited number of tickets may be available at the door.
The event features Catfish Cookoff participants and area chefs, restaurants, caterers and entrepreneurs who will prepare their signature dishes for the public.
"This year, we've invited each of the four candidates in the race for Mayor of the City of Winnsboro to participate in the Taste of Franklin," said event coordinator Lindy Price.
"This should certainly add a little extra fun and excitement to the event."
Price also noted that 'celebrity' judges from KNOE TV8 including Stephen Mayer and Darrell Teats will appear at the event and judge the catfish dishes cooked by those entering the Catfish Cookoff.
Participants include Brown's Landing, Big Boy's Bar-B-Que, Calantha Jones Pies, Leigh Cureington Catering, Darrell Teats Catering, Ezell's Lunch Box, Franklin Medical Center Food Services, Haring's Pride Catfish, Jackson Street Guest House, L & K Country Store, Louisiana Catfish Producer's Association, Louisiana Cattlemen's Association, and Po Boy's Meats.
Other participants include Ronnie Hatton Meats, Smoker's Paradise, Sonic of Winnsboro, WalMart Deli, Winnsboro Main Street, Every Occasion, Kinloch Plantation Products, Mixed Blessings, Sweet Peas, Coax Baptist Church, Saints Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church, First Baptist Church of Wisner, Gene Boquet, Karl Broussard, Kay Huff, James McLemore, and Sidney McLemore.