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In New Orleans, an Actor Turns Grocer -- “The store will offer a free shuttle to anyone who spends fifty dollars or more, so they need not walk or take the bus with heavy bags. Each month, the store plans a cookout (which in New Orleans usually means a crayfish boil) to raise money for the community.”

Wendell Pierce to Open a Grocery Store in New Orleans

Actor Wendell Pierce has plans to open his very own grocery store in his hometown of New Orleans. Along with two business partners, Pierce will be opening a Sterling Farms grocery store in a low-income neighborhood.

In 1933, Rudolph purchased a secret recipe for yeast-raised doughnuts from a New Orleans-French chef and opened a doughnut shop in Paducah, Kentucky. Rudolph soon moved to Winston-Salem, NC, (some say Camel cigarettes attracted him to the city) where he opened the first Krispy Kreme on July 13, 1937. From a rented building in what is now Historic Old Salem, Rudolph baked his Krispy Kreme doughnuts and sold them to local grocery stores. It was not long before the sweet smell of baking…

In Vernon Rudolph purchased a secret recipe for yeast-raised doughnuts from a New Orleans-French chef and opened a doughnut shop in Paducah, Kentucky. Rudolph soon moved to Winston-Salem, North Carolina, where he opened the first Krispy Kreme on July

Wonderful Wendell Pierce Opens Grocery Stores in New Orleans Food Deserts

Wonderful Wendell Pierce Opens Grocery Stores in New Orleans Food Deserts

Actor Wendell Pierce opened a chain of Sterling Farms grocery stores in New Orleans.

A grocery store on the National Register? YES! This is Arabella Station at 5600 Magazine St in Uptown, now a Whole Foods. Built 1893-94 as a carbarn for the New Orleans Traction Company, a streetcar company. The streetcars housed here serviced most of the lines west of Canal until they were replaced by buses. Photo by Walter Parenteau. New Orleans, LA

A grocery store on the National Register. This is Arabella Station, now a Whole Foods. Built as a carbarn for the New Orleans Traction Company. New Orleans, LA

Langensteins. New Orleans- grocery store, buy cajun/creole dry goods to take home.

New Orleans- grocery store, buy cajun/creole dry goods to take home.

Central Grocery. Italian grocer in New Orleans, home of the muffaletta, a great sandwich.

Didnt eat here either, next time! Best Sandwich Ever @ Central Grocery 923 Decatur St., New Orleans, LA - Home of the muffuletta

Recollecting Nemasket: The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company nemasket.blogspot.com

The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company Use to get Green Stamps when shopping here

New Orleans, Garden District

New Orleans Grocery in Garden District by big bean photos- the have the most amazing Reuben sandwiches here!

I say this in the grocery store all the time when hubby turns his back and talks to me. He's learning. ;)

I say this in the grocery store all the time when hubby turns his back and talks to me.

Come explore our 30,000 square feet of hands-on fun! Pilot a tugboat down the Mighty Mississippi. Shop in the Little Winn-Dixie grocery store. Dine in Kids’ Cafe! Or maybe you want to stand inside a giant bubble! The fun is never ending at the Louisiana Children's Museum! #NewOrleans #MagazineStreet #NOLA

Come explore our 30,000 square feet of hands-on fun! Pilot a tugboat down the Mighty Mississippi. Shop in the Little Winn-Dixie grocery store. Dine in Kids’ Cafe! Or maybe you want to stand inside a giant bubble! The fun is never ending at the Louisiana Children's Museum! #NewOrleans #MagazineStreet #NOLA

Schwegmann's was a giant supermarket that sold groceries, also had a shoe dept., bar, pharmacy, pet store, barber shop, lunch counter, sold small appliances, booze, lawn furniture and coolers, etc. Way ahead of it's time

Schwegmann's was a giant supermarket that sold groceries, also had a shoe dept., bar, pharmacy, pet store, barber shop, lunch counter, sold small appliances, booze, lawn furniture and coolers, etc. Way ahead of it's time

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