Go-to and to-go! 5 easy tailgate favorites from Robért’s

Posted on September 19th, 2019 by Robért Fresh Market
5 Easy Tailgating Favorites

Visit a Robért Fresh Market near you in New Orleans, Metairie or Baton Rouge to pick up these great tailgating food options, or order ahead! 1. Mini muffaletta platter Our mini muffs (as we affectionately like to call them) are the New Orleans version of finger sandwiches, bursting with flavor from mortadella, ham, provolone cheese and… Read more

lagniappe | September 19th, 2019

Hatch Chile Peppers at Robért’s

Posted on August 10th, 2019 by Robért Fresh Market
All about Hatch Chile Peppers

We are excited to stock fresh Hatch Chile Peppers! These chiles come only from the Hatch Valley of New Mexico and are known for their sweet, unique taste. We’re roasting these peppers in-store every day. So pick some up or prepare them at home. But be sure to hurry… Hatch Season only lasts for a… Read more

lagniappe | August 10th, 2019

All about peaches, plums & nectarines!

Posted on July 16th, 2019 by Robért Fresh Market
Peaches, Plums & Nectarines at Robért Fresh Market

Sweet summer produce can make the heat a bit more bearable. Eaten chilled and out-of-hand, peaches, plums and nectarines are a perfect way to stay cool and in-season. But that’s not the only way to enjoy these summertime fruits. CHOOSE WISELY: Ripe peaches, plums and nectarines should give slightly when squeezed. Plums should be richly colored with… Read more

lagniappe | July 16th, 2019

Do You Speak Creole? Creole Tomato Info & Recpies

Posted on May 31st, 2019 by Renee Simpson
Do You Speak Creole Featured Image

Creole Tomatoes tolerate heat and humidity, ripening into a meatier-than-average tomato with outstanding flavor. Developed at LSU for warm, humid areas, the indeterminate vines delight with high yields of juicy fruit that resists cracking. Matt Ranatza is a third-generation farmer based in Belle Chasse, La. His grandfather in 1937 grew the first Creole Tomatoes. The… Read more

lagniappe | May 31st, 2019

All about lamb!

Posted on April 17th, 2019 by Robért Fresh Market
Lamb for Easter

Lamb is a delicious, traditional Easter staple. But it’s also a super nutritious protein packed with vitamins and minerals. We have fresh lamb in stock for Easter! How should I prepare lamb? Lamb is very versatile; it can be grilled, roasted, sautéed, broiled or slow-cooked. Look for information on sourcing, cuts, easy and delicious lamb… Read more

lagniappe | April 17th, 2019

8 things you may not know about strawberries

Posted on March 17th, 2019 by Robért Fresh Market
8 things you may not know about strawberries

Robért’s is proud to be one of the exclusive grocers for Springfield, Louisiana’s Landry-Poche Farms. This family has been growing some of the sweetest berries around since 1926. The Process Landry-Poche starts each year by prepping their sandy soil. They plow, till, fertilize and collect soil samples to ensure a perfect base for the sweetest berries. Next, mulch… Read more

lagniappe | March 17th, 2019

Robért’s is your Seafood destination!

Posted on March 1st, 2019 by Renee Simpson
Robért Fresh Market Lent Seafood - Crawfish

Hot boiled crawfish and shrimp daily. Live crawfish by the sack available with 24 hours notice. Fried fish available daily on our hot food bar. Fresh Fish Friday each week – check selections on our social media accounts. Crawfish prices $3.29lb* BOILED $2.19lb* LIVE SACKS (w/ 24 HOURS NOTICE) as of 4/25/19 *Prices subject to… Read more

events, lagniappe | March 1st, 2019

Oktoberfest at Robért Fresh Market

Posted on October 15th, 2018 by Robért Fresh Market
Oktoberfest at Robért Fresh Market

Learn about the cheeses, beers and other foods we’re highlighting for Oktoberfest. And then… celebrate! 1. Butterkäse and Cambozola Cheeses As suggested by its name, Butterkäse has a buttery flavor and appearance. The softness and mildly salty or acidic flavor is reminiscent of Muenster or Gouda cheeses. The texture of Butterkäse is smooth and creamy, sometimes nearly spreadable, and is often sliced… Read more

lagniappe | October 15th, 2018