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Sat, Oct 05


Baton Rouge

Sweet Jones Farms "Cochon De Lait" Pig Roast Competition

Yes, YOU WILLL BE A FAN FAVORITE JUDGE! :)TICKETS ARE GOING FAST! We are talking a full and exciting day eating all the freshly cooked pork you can think of. Bring your family and bring your appetite! An exciting farm to table event brought to you by Sweet Jones Farms powered by ICE Entertainment.

Sweet Jones Farms "Cochon De Lait" Pig Roast Competition
Sweet Jones Farms "Cochon De Lait" Pig Roast Competition

Time & Location

Oct 05, 2024, 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Baton Rouge, 100 Laurel St, Baton Rouge, LA 70801, USA

About the event

Sweet Jones Farms is proud to present a once in a lifetime experience!  Guess what?  Your ticket purchase will be DIRECTLY helping a local farmer and fisherman.  Sweet Jones Farms has recenllenty been filming with roku  and food network with Chef Emril Lagasse about Lousiana's sustainable food industry.  We will be taking some of the proceeds and helping our local farmers and fisherman thanks to you! Bring your family and bring your apetite!  We will have some of the finest cooks and chefs preparing a farm to table experience you will cherish.  Our #SavouringTheSouth farm to table events has taken years to develop and every event we do will help a local farmer or fisherman in Louisiana.


A Brief History:

Since Louisiana’s early days, pork has reigned supreme at pig roasts, believed to have been hosted by Native Americans, although they can also be traced to African, French, German and Spanish cultures. A wooden frame was built for smoking the meat over an open fire.

The group of people who eventually became known as Acadians or “Cajuns” spent difficult years finding a permanent home. In the early 1600s, they were transplanted from rural areas of western France and sailed to coastal Canada to establish the French colony called Acadia. Thousands relocated to southern Louisiana, where Cajuns developed their unique lifestyle.

The most notable aspect of Cajun culture is found in their cuisine, which mixes influences from other cultures within Louisiana, specifically Spanish, German, Italian, Creole, Native American, African and French. Even though Louisiana natural bayous and coastline demanded fishing, the main source for meat became the pig.

#CoChonDeLait #EatLocalBuyFresh #SweetJonesFarms  #LouisianaFishermen #LouisianaFarmers

This event has a group. You’re welcome to join the group once you register for the event.


  • 5 hours

    Gates Open to the Public

  • 30 minutes

    Contestant Winner Announcements

    Main Gate Entrance
1 more item available


  • General Admission

    Includes: - (20) Fan Favorite Tickets -Entry into the Event -Entry Fee Discount to next event. (Email with a discount code will be sent after the event.)

    From $10.00 to $30.00
    • $30.00
      +$0.75 service fee
    • $10.00
      +$0.25 service fee
  • VIP


    • $50.00
      +$1.25 service fee



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