Chef Pat Mould visited 'Mornings With Ken and Bernie' today and had nothing but praise for the Delcambre Seafood and Farmer's Market.

With the grand opening of the Market set for Saturday May 11th, Chef Mould said,

At the second 'soft opening' this past weekend the crowd of approximately 2,000 exceeded the population of the town of Delcambre by about 700 people.

The Seafood and Farmer's Market will feature plenty of home made jams, jellies, seafood and locally produced vegetables from 70 different vendors and Chef Mould said there will be a special crop,

The Coushatta Indian tribe from Elton has developed these hydroponic tomatoes and they are guaranteeing they will being at least 500 pounds of tomatoes for sale next Saturday.

In addition to products for sale Mould said he will be cooking.

I'll be doing four different demonstrations with different recipes using the Vermilion Bay Sweets which is the shrimp product being packaged there by the folks of Delcambre Direct.  Delcambre Direct is a great program where you can communicate directly with boat captains to place an order or inquire about their catch as they're coming back into port.

To find out more about Delcambre Direct and the grand opening of the Delcambre Seafood and Farmer's Market take a listen to the interview: