Amy McCoy author of The Poor Girl Gourmet: Eat in Style on a Bare-bones Budget will be at the Market. as well as the Attleboro Historical Commission will be showing off their new Christmas ornament featuring the Capron Park entrance!
For those of you who are curious, here’s a little info about The Poor Girl Gourmet book:
- 83 budget gourmet recipes featuring seasonal ingredients, including soups and salads, entrees, vegetables and sides, bakery and desserts, and splurges.
- All but seven of the recipes are $15 or less and serve four.
- The recipe pricing is based on regular prices, non-GMO treated meats, and doesn’t require clipping coupons, so if one shops sales (which I strongly suggest) and does clip coupons (which I suggest only if it’s a product that you actually use on a regular basis), they’ll very likely do better than the estimated cost in the book.
- There is a menu suggestions section in the back of the book for readers to create entire meals that cost less than $15 for four.
- There are reviews of 26 lesser-known value wine varietals.
Below is a listing of the vendors* that will be at the Market this week:
- Dufort Farm
- Edgewater Farms Firewood
- Foxboro Cheese, local artisan makers of fine cheese
- Fairland Farm Cranberries
- Langwater Farm: Certified organic farmstand – N. Easton
- Level Acres Farm -Attleboro
- Hilltop Farm Jelly and Jam
- Mello’s Farm
- Peasley Farm- Rehoboth
- Trolly Crossing Farm
- Product of the Hive by Lisa Nason- Attleboro
- A1 Pickle Company – Attleboro
- Attleboro Ice Cream – Del’s Lemonade
- Be Sweet Bakery– Attleboro
- Eagle Mountain Maple Products
- Razzo Coffee – Rehoboth
- Scorpios Resturant – Fresh Breads- Attleboro
- Nonnies Bakery
- Netties Kettle Corn
- Jack’s Snacks, a dog bakery
- Martha Maynard
- Nature’s Intention Home & Body Products- Attleboro
- Recycled Silverwear by John Atkinson
- Tog Photography
- Unique Pottery by Sarah Silva
- Attleboro Farmers Market,Inc Welcome Booth
*Vendor list is subject to change