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Tailgating at LSU – Southern Style

Saturday in Baton Rouge means tailgating when the Tigers have a home game. LSU tailgating is almost like a religion for some devoted fans. Learn how to tailgate like a Tiger with tips on everything from the best tailgating spots to LSU tailgate recipes sure to be a hit with your crew. Why Tailgating Is […]

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Top Fall Festivals in Louisiana

As the Bayou State’s leaves turn orange and the trees begin to show bare branches, something remarkable happens: The fall festival season explodes into being. From north to south, people gather by the thousands to celebrate various activities in style — from the annual Baton Rouge fall events to major music performances in New Orleans. […]

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Best Farmers’ Markets in Baton Rouge

With some of the most flavorful fresh salads downtown Baton Rouge has to offer, we at Milford’s on Third prefer to emphasize fresh ingredients and local flavors. Locally sourced foods are the best way to make sure your ingredients are fresh, and they also help support the local food community and economy. Like many farm-to-table […]

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Get Your Hands on the Best Bagels in Downtown Baton Rouge

There’s something about bagels people love. Maybe it’s the smooth, firm exterior. Or it could be the dense, chewy inside. Perhaps it’s the way they taste when toasted and generously loaded with any number of delectable toppings and spreads. If you’ve ever visited New York City, there’s a good chance you’ve consumed a delicious bagel […]

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Where To Have a Romantic Picnic in Downtown Baton Rouge

Plan a romantic picnic for your special someone as a way to connect, take in nature and enjoy fresh deli meats in Baton Rouge. Packing a delicious picnic is simple with the freshest meats and cheeses. When it comes to fresh deli meat in downtown Baton Rouge, turn to Milford’s on Third. Fresh meat, fresh […]

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Matzo Ball Soup for the Soul

Want to connect with an ancient tradition, or just want something delicious, light and satisfying for lunch? For millennia, the symphony of ingredients that is the simple matzo ball soup recipe has fed the stomachs, eased the fevers and warmed the souls of countless generations. Today, this basic, earthy and yet timeless dish is a […]

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The Go-To Guide for Rich Winter and Holiday Roast Beef, Ham and Pot Roast Recipes — Baton Rouge Style

As winter comes creeping in, we start craving something with a little more substance than the lighter fare we eat in warmer times. As we gear up for our desired hibernation, there’s nothing that beats the heartiness of a rich and roast-y, slow-cooked piece of rib roast, pot roast — or anything with beef and […]

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