A Great Market Lineup

Shop the Delcambre Seafood & Farmers Market, Saturday, December 2 at Bayou Carlin Cove from 9 to 1.  Stock your freezer for winter with a selection of local seafoods. 

Santa "Claws" will be here taking pictures with the kids. 

Buy handmade crafts, jewelry and foods, etc. Enjoy variety music by Matt Castille - The One Man Band

Visit the Delcambre Seafood & Farmers Market December 2.

Pictures with Santa

Bring the kids for pictures with Santa from 9am to 1pm. We'll have face painting, a coloring contest, and a fun jump with dry slide!

Toy Drive

The market is collecting toys for underprivileged kids at the December 2nd market, from 9a-1p, which will be distributed to the needy.

Music by Matt Castille - The One Man Band

Via Gigmasters, "Matt Castille is the ultimate entertainer for any venue or event. Matt plays guitar, accordion, and sings along with a band of professional musicians or as a solo act with pre-recorded backing tracks, giving him a full band sound. He is also an experienced DJ, having provided music for dozens of weddings, private parties, etc.. With the combination of a live musician and DJ, the musical possibilities are endless. Matt is a true showman, interacting with his audiences and making every performance special. With years of experience as a professional musician under his belt, Matt Castille is a superb choice for any musical engagement.

Matt was born and raised in St. Martinville, LA, a small, historic Cajun town. Growing up in a community rich with diversity and culture, music was always around him.

Zydeco * Cajun * Swamp Pop * Country * Dance Hits * Classic Rock * 50's, 60's, 70's, 80's, 90's and Today"

Local Seafoods

Stop by our seafood tent for a variety of local seafoods: Vermilion Bay Sweet shrimp, crab meat, crab claws, black drum, and fresh catfish, along with frogs.

Grilled Black Drum

Having been undervalued by fishermen for years, Black Drum was the hit of this year’s Louisiana Seafood Cook-off after Chef Bonnie Breaux of St. John’s Restaurant highlighted it in her award-winning dish.

While this is a more simplistic, and healthier recipe, (we don’t dust them with flour) it will be a winner at your home. Prepared in less than 20 minutes and served with a side vegetable, it’s a dish you’ll want every week.

2-4 Black Drum filets (sold at the market)
1/4-1/2 teaspoon Seasoning (We use Shawn’s in Delcambre- sold at the market)
2 tablespoon olive or canola oil

Pour the oil in a medium to large skillet and heat the pan on medium until it’s sizzling hot. In the meantime, sprinkle seasoning on both side of each fish.

Cook fish about 4 minutes on each size or until nice and browned, depending on size of the filet.