There is always something going on in South Louisiana. Always. If I were there this weekend, I'd like be attending the Jambalya Festival in my sister's town or maybe the Bayou Country Superfest (new to me) so Young One could get a glimpse of Taylor Swift. There's the Jazz Fest, the Andouille Fest, the Bonfire Fest, the French Quarter Fest, the Catfish Fest, the Sugar Cane Fest, the Balloon Fest, the Strawberry Fest, the Essence Fest -- just to name a few that come to mind.
Friday night we went to the eighth annual "Pizza. . . Solo Pizza," in Montegaldella, organized by the GGP -- Gruppo Giovani Protagonisti di Montegalda & not connected to the church parish or a local product. Good food & good fun.
This is the second time I've seen portable pizza ovens in Italy. The first was at a pizza fest in Napoli. The pizza was better there -- it always is!
I love pizza topped with rucola. Is it a salad or is it a pizza?
Makes bedtime easier. . . .
First time I've seen this: Alcohol tests (sobriety tests) are available upon request for 2 Euros.
Tonight we are headed to the Cherry Sagra in the next town over. . . and we'll likely find others for the following weekend and the next. This is a link to an (incomplete) list of local sagre.