Thursday, October 23, 2008

Hey, it's my dad!

A program put together by the Louisiana Farm Bureau. My father's the first male older than me. The guy in the white coat and cap. Never seen him wear either before in my life. I'm going to have to find out if they bought the coats just for the program.


Mommy to Ander and Wife to Box said...

You earned a shared link on my blog!

Cool to see your dad, but I am really fascinated with the concept of pecan oil. Yummy!

Sammy Jankis said...

Uhm, yeah, how much does one of those bottles retail for? And do they send out free samples? And is it still healthy if you drink it straight from the bottle?

pacatrue said...

Woo-hoo! Shared link!

I've only had one bottle myself that I got as a present from him. It actually is good stuff and it's as healthy as olive oil. But, yeah, it's expensive. I just went to, which is the site, and here is a list of the Baton Rouge retail locations:

Baton Rouge Spec. Pharmacy 141 Ocean Drive

Calandro's Supermarket Inc 4142 Government Street

Calandro's Supermarket Inc 12732 Perkin's Road

Calvin's Bocage Market 7675 Jefferson Hwy.

Gift Baskets to Geaux 427 Hidden Lake Court
Baton Rouge

Matherne's at Bluebonnet 7580 Bluebonnet Blvd.

Maxwell's Market 7620-A Corporate Blvd.

Maxwell's Market 6241 Perkins Road

Tony's Seafood Market 5215 Plank Road

Whole Foods Market

Looks like they are in Whole Foods through much of the South, including Houston, etc.

Mamaebeth said...

so your dad can't hook us up with a case to try out??? :)

i think my mom got some to try and she liked it.

Sarah Laurenson said...

What fun. I'm sure my mom would love the pecan oil and she's in Shreveport.

I use olive oil most of the time. Would check into this, but we're fairly sure my wife is sensitive to nuts.

Robin S. said...

Your dad is a darling!

I need to check Whole Foods in Northern Virginia - to see if it's up here yet. That would be cool if it was.

Ello said...

Oh my gosh! Your dad is absolutely adorable!!!!!

writtenwyrdd said...

So your last name is Hatfield, Paca? Cool. I had an aunt-by-marriage who was a Hatfield. Her dad left the hills in the 20s and changed his name (drastically) to Hadfield.