Sullivan’s Steakhouse of Baton Rouge, 5252 Corporate Blvd., will host a Gatsby Gala with live entertainment, dancing and a 1920s-themed costume contest beginning at 7 p.m. Friday.
The steakhouse also is holding a 1920s-themed photo contest. Contestants may upload Gatsby-inspired images for a chance to win a private dinner for 10 in the home with Sullivan’s executive chef.
Entries are being taken until May 31 at https://www.face
book.com/SullivansSteak. Public Facebook voting will be held from June 1 to June 7.
For more information about the Gatsby Gala, visit http://www.sullivanssteakhouse.com/gatsby or call (225) 925-1161.
Brad Collins’ Killer Tomato Seasoning will be available for sampling at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Food and Beverage Museum’s Farmers Market stage, located between Ursulines and Gov. Nicholls streets in New Orleans.
The museum’s staff each week hosts a cooking demonstration or culinary conversation at the stage. The events are free and open to the public.
Founders of Hogs for the Cause say the fifth annual benefit and cook-off raised $700,000 in one weekend.
The event to raise money for families coping with pediatric brain cancer was March 22-23 at City Park Festival Grounds.
“We are deeply grateful to all who attended Hogs for the Cause 2013. Without them, we could not fight this fight,” the event’s co-founder Rene Louapre said in a news release.
Hogs for the Cause already has provided more than $70,000 in grants to families since the March event and is accepting new requests for funding at http://www.hogsforthecause.org, he said.