2020 Louisiana Seafood Cook-Off To Crown New King or Queen of Louisiana Seafood During Virtual

10392068 10153732825141998 4705719992631763535 N

BATON ROUGE, La (press release) – Lieutenant Governor Billy Nungesser and the Louisiana Seafood Promotion and Marketing Board are set to crown a new “King or Queen of Louisiana Seafood” for the 13th Annual Louisiana Seafood Cook-Off. Due to the current pandemic, this year’s event went virtual with each of the 10 competing chefs recording cooking demonstrations of their dishes in front of the judges to sample. New for 2020, those videos were posted to the Louisiana Seafood Facebook page for viewers to pick a “People’s Choice” winner.

Originally scheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 28, the announcement of the winner of the 2020 Louisiana Seafood Cook-Off and crowning of the King or Queen of Louisiana Seafood is being postponed until Monday, Nov. 2. While the announcement will happen from the Capitol Park Museum and is not open to the public, everyone can view the event virtually on the Louisiana Seafood Facebook page or the Office of the Lieutenant Governor Facebook page.

WHAT:

2020 Louisiana Seafood Cook-Off

Crowning of the King or Queen of Louisiana Seafood

 

WHO:

Lieutenant Governor Billy Nungesser

Louisiana Seafood Promotion & Marketing Board

10 Competing Chefs

 

WHERE:

Capitol Park Museum

660 North 4th Street

Baton Rouge, LA

 

Public can view the event virtually on:

Louisiana Seafood Facebook page

Office of the Lieutenant Governor Facebook page

 

WHEN:

Monday, November 2, 2020

7:00 p.m. Central

 

 

 

Categories: Food News, Lagniappe