Meet & greet with author
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Tracey Medeiros
Tracey Medeiros
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WILMINGTON- Bartleby’s Books will host a meet and greet signing event with “The Vermont Non-GMO Cookbook” author Tracey Medeiros on Friday, September 22, from 5 to 7 pm. The book signing will take place during the annual Vermont Wine and Soup Stroll, part of the Vermont Wine and Harvest Festival.

“The Vermont Non-GMO Cookbook” honors the state’s mission to connect with its local organic farmlands and the farmers who nurture and care for them. It also serves as a guide for eating organically and non-GMO in Vermont. The book celebrates the region’s esteemed organic food producers, farmers, cheesemakers, dairy farmers, and the chefs who partner with them to create delicious, innovative, organic, and non-GMO recipes.

Medeiros is often seen on various television cooking segments preparing one of her favorite recipes while sharing helpful culinary tips with the viewing audience. She travels regionally as a guest speaker and cooking instructor, emphasizing her commitment to the sustainable food movement by using locally produced fresh ingredients to create dishes that are healthy and delicious. The author and her family reside in the Green Mountain State.

Bartleby’s Books is located at 17 West Main Street and is open daily. Contact the store at (802) 464-5425 or visit www.myvermontbookstore.com for more information.
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