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The Vermont Non-GMO Cookbook: Q & A with Author Tracey Medeiros and Book Giveaway

This post is sponsored by author Tracey Medeiros and Skyhorse Publishing. Please support our sponsors and be sure to enter the giveaway at the bottom of the post.

On Friday, March 2, 2018, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum is hosting a Contemporary Social event with author Tracey Medeiros, Salvatore Bagliavio, of Bailey’s Backyard, and Annie Farrell of Millstone Farm. Learn about Connecticut’s farm to table movement and the relationship between the restaurant and farmer. The talk will be followed by a wine reception and tasting of Bailey’s Backyard’s recipes. The Vermont Non-GMO Cookbook and The Connecticut Farm Table Cookbook will available for purchase at the event. Have your cookbooks signed at the reception! Registration is required at RSVP to Kris Honeycutt at [email protected] or 203-438-4519, ext. 125.

Q. Please tell me a bit about yourself and your cooking background.

A. I have always loved everything that is food related, even as a child I liked to cook. My dream was to one day study the art of food and its preparation. To this end, I enrolled at Johnson and Wales University where, after graduation, I quickly became interested in the sustainability movement. My love of farmers’ markets and roadside food stands led to the birth of my first cookbook, Dishing Up Vermont. I am also the author of The Vermont Farm Table Cookbook and co-author of The Connecticut Farm Table Cookbook. The fall of 2017 saw the release of my fourth book, The Vermont Non-GMO Cookbook. Each of my books seem to pave the way for my next literary adventure.

Q. Tell me about your new book?

A. The Vermont Non-GMO Cookbook focuses on the non-GMO and organic elements of the food system throughout Vermont. The book’s emphasis is on food transparency – “Know What is in Your Food.” It simplifies the complexity of the movement with recipes that include ingredients that do not contain genetically modified organisms. Along with these recipes, profile formats are used to introduce the reader to the book’s contributors. It was important to me that readers not only savor the delicious recipes, but walk in these folks’ shoes for a bit and share their thoughts, dreams and passion for what they do.

Thanks to author Tracey Medeiros and Skyhorse Publishing, we are giving away a copy of The Vermont Non-GMO Cookbook: 125 Organic and Farm-to-Fork Recipes from the Green Mountain State to one lucky Fairfield County Moms Blog reader. Enter below. 

The Vermont Non-GMO Cookbook by Author Tracey Medeiros Giveaway

To learn more about Tracey, go to or @tmedeirosvt

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